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text 2017-06-28 12:42
Book Review For: 'UNMISTAKEN IDENTITY' by Marie Johnston
Unmistaken Identity (Fanboys) (Volume 1) - Marie Johnston

'UNMISTAKEN IDENTITY' by Marie Johnston is Book One in the "Fanboys" series.
This is the first book I have read by Ms. Johnston but I will say I have found a new author! This is a bad boy millionaire story with a hard working normal women. Mara was friends with Wesley father and had worked out a deal to buy the shop from him. But after he died Wesley isn't going along with the deal and thinks Mara was scamming his father. When Mara goes to confront Wesley after he sent a notice of eviction. Mara goes to his night club to try and surprise meet him. Wesley plays on the fact that Mara doesn't know who he is and pretends to be someone else to try to close in on her being a Gold Digger. But what happens with the truth comes out.
Really enjoyable read!
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/Unmistaken-Identity-Fanboys-Book-1-ebook/dp/B071YY8TVR/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1498608504&sr=1-1&keywords=UNMISTAKEN+IDENTITY
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review 2017-05-07 14:05
Really boring.
Black Lotus: A Woman’s Search for Racial... Black Lotus: A Woman’s Search for Racial Identity - Sil Lai Abrams

This sounded like an intriguing memoir. A young, mixed-race woman grows up thinking she is half Chinese and half white. It's not the best of childhoods, with her mother abandoning the family, leaving her father (who has his own issues) having to raise Adams and her siblings alone. Adams finds out that her dad is not actually her biological father, but rather she is the product of an affair her mother had with a black man. The book deals with Adams dealing with her childhood, these revelations, the struggles of adulthood and coming to terms with this information.


At least, that's what the book is supposed to be about. Honestly, I was really bored. The story is quite compelling but the author's writing style just wasn't for me. As an outsider I wanted to understand her struggle but I never really felt like I could connect with the author in any way. Another review describes her (and I believe within the text itself) as a "rebel without a cause" and I just couldn't feel much sympathy for her. It's clear she managed to become successful and find a way out of her childhood when many others couldn't or wouldn't have.


But it just didn't click with me. I'm glad she found happiness though.


I would skip this one. I remember now that I actually considered reading it when it was first released but for some reason decided not to add the book to my reading list. Now I can't quite remember what it was that made me not want to read it (nothing specific clicked when reading the book or looking at some of the older reviews) but my instincts were right.


Library if you're really interested.  

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text 2017-05-03 18:19
Identity: Unknown (Tall, Dark and Dangerous) by Suzanne Brockmann
Identity: Unknown - Suzanne Brockmann


Navy SEAL Mitchell Shaw wakes up one morning without a clue who he is. And the items in his possession are no help: an address he doesn't recognize and a .22-caliber sidearm. But the address eventually leads him to the Lazy 8 Ranch—and its beautiful manager, Becca Keyes, who makes him believe he might have a future, even if he doesn't remember his past.

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