Identity by Betsy Love
My Rating: 4 stars
While vacationing in Mexico, two similar-looking young women find themselves caught in a chain reaction of mistaken identities. Amelia is a wealthy heiress and business owner, and Savannah is a sweet Mormon girl deciding whether or not to serve a mission. When they end up on the same flight to Phoenix, Savannah and Amelia unravel the sequence of events that wreaked havoc on their trips, and they make plans to resolve the subsequent misunderstandings. But their flight is cut short when the plane crashes, killing one of the young women and plunging the other into a world of intrigue and deceit where identity means everything.
I really enjoyed this book. It captured my attention in the first chapter and kept it going for the rest of the novel. I loved how the identities of the two girls intertwined, even from the beginning. I thought the writing was smooth and the plot interesting and original. There were some real nailbiting parts that kept me turning pages and shushing interrupters. The growth and change of the characters was natural not contrived in any way.
I had to give it 4 stars because there were some serious formatting issues on the Kindle version that I read. Otherwise, I would have given it a higher rating.
If you want something different in the LDS genre, or just a great read--I highly recommend this book!