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Mistaken Identity by [Jackson, M.C.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 605 KB
  • Print Length: 206 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07287N9SY
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book after reading the synopsis. I had no idea what I was getting into having never read anything by this author before.

Lena is kidnapped and she soon realises that her kidnapper thinks she's her sister Anna. Lena can't remember how she came to be there and she's even more determined to find out what happened to Anna than before. But she soon starts to see that things aren't what she was expecting, leaving her with more questions than answers.

Although this book starts strong I found it to be a bit slow going at times, even though it does pick back up again towards the end.
I don't want to go into details because this is one of those books best read knowing just the basics. It's got some really good twists that I didn't see coming and I loved Jakes character. If you like a good psychological romance that's got some really good twists in it, than I urge you to check this book out. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for more from MC Jackson.
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I received an advanced copy of this book through the Crazy Cajun Book Addicts for an honest review.

Great book thoroughly enjoyed it! Beware though it's a real mind trip, it's based on Jake and Anna after he re-captures after she found out about his secrets only to be suffering from 'amnesia' and can't remember anything, then Jake has a whole other life trying to protect Anna and this guy is head over heels for her but senses something isn't right! Anna finds a journal which she tries to use to help the situation and figure out Jake's weak points so she can escape, then there's the whole abuse situation and then you think you've clicked on to the plot but oh no there's a whole new twist to the story!
The ending is very heartwarming I think anyone who reads this will feel the same.
Must be read I think anyone would enjoy this book.
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Mistaken Identity is a romantic psychological suspense that had me guessing until the end. Lena is as straight-laced as they come with her twin sister, Anna, the rebel running away from everything that haunts her, they couldn't be more different sisters if they tried. Jake is as complicated as he is charming, who knows what he is capable of. These characters relationships intertwine in such a unique way, making this story line especially original.
Told in first person, from the lead characters' perspectives, via memory flashbacks & current day, this was an excruciatingly slow unraveling of backstory & mystery reveal for me. The story itself is a good one, but I found myself hanging on every word trying to piece it all together - thinking perhaps I'd missed something, when I found the story lacking progress more than three-quarters of the way through.

Thank you to MC Jackson for spurring readers on with dialogue like
"I can't stop reading. I'm so close to the end, and certain I'm about to uncover something big."
&
"I know all the answers are in here, waiting for me to find them."

And they were, all is revealed in the end, & although I was very close to giving up, I'm so glad I stuck with it. Would I have liked more progression earlier on? Yes. Was it worth the wait? YES. There is no question from the start "this isn't a god dammed fairy-tale." And once the twists & turns begin, you will not be disappointed!
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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars 40 reviews
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars twists, turns and the unexpected 18 May 2017
By Stephanie - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow. I am new to M.C. Jackson. I wasn’t sure what to expect. This was not my usual read. But wow! At first I was trying to understand what was happening in the story. But then, as I finished each chapter I found myself hooked! Mistaken Identity is a psychological thriller. I haven’t read too many of them. As the story started to come together I found myself going crazy with the what??? & why???

Lena:
<b>Last night I was surrounded by friends and today I’ve woken up and I’m locked in a basement, chained to a bed.</b>

Jake:
<b>This whole mess is my fault and that meant doing whatever to fix it. I pushed her too far and she cracked.</b>

The story has twists and turns. There was the unexpected. At the end it was like a puzzle that all came together, revealing the big picture. I don’t want to spoil the story so I will end my review here. As I said above it took me a few chapters to get a grip on what was happening. Throw in some unique plot twists and turns and some “wow”. I would definitely read another M.C. Jackson book!

4 stars
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Missing on the romance and pacing, but good suspense story line 16 May 2017
By historicalsloveme22 - Published on Amazon.com
Mistaken Identity is a suspenseful, psychological novel that makes the reader question what happens when you forget who you are.

Lena wakes up in a strange basement, tied up, and as the captee of a man she doesn’t know. Nor does she have any other memories besides her name and that she was looking for her twin sister, Anna. It leads Lena on a journey to find out who she is, what her past is like, and what happened with her sister’s disappearance.

The story definitely starts with the conflict. Lena's abducted and suffering from amnesia, and much of the story is her looking for clues. She almost takes her capture too well for me. I expected more emotion up front. And then she gets the feeling that her captor knows what happened to her twin sister, and she plots to find out the truth.

It started to drag for me in the middle. Not much really happens. There’s plenty of suspense at the beginning, but then the internal monologues became overly long, and the same thoughts were rehashed over and over. The story wasn’t propelling forward enough and as such, my attention drifted. The plot kicks back into gear at 80%, but by then, it was ending. I did enjoy how everything came together though.

I think a reader who loves a good, suspenseful story line would enjoy this one. It just missed its mark on the action and romance portions for me.

3 stars!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I love that this book kept me guessing and was so ... 15 May 2017
By Megaden2222 - Published on Amazon.com
This book was unexpected. I had an idea of what the twist would be and I was wrong! I love that this book kept me guessing and was so unique and original that I couldn't even figure out fully what was going to happen. It was a mystery and I loved it. It could have been a little more polished and some ideas either needed to be expanded or left out but all in all it was a really interesting and good book. I was sucked in and I wanted to know what was going to happen, as the pages left in the book kept getting smaller I was worried the book wouldn't have an ending and then BAM twist time. And some how the author manages to wrap the book up as well. I wish the ending would have been more elaborate and the beginning maybe a little less because I wanted to understand a little better how and why it all happened. I mean it was explained I just wish we could have went a little more in depth. It was a very interesting book and I could not put it down. If you are looking for something that is entirely it's own this is the book for you. It will keep you guessing until pretty much the very end.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 stars 16 May 2017
By bookfreak - Published on Amazon.com
I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book after reading the synopsis. I had no idea what I was getting into having never read anything by this author before.

Lena is kidnapped and she soon realises that her kidnapper thinks she's her sister Anna. Lena can't remember how she came to be there and she's even more determined to find out what happened to Anna than before. But she soon starts to see that things aren't what she was expecting, leaving her with more questions than answers.

Although this book starts strong I found it to be a bit slow going at times, even though it does pick back up again towards the end.
I don't want to go into details because this is one of those books best read knowing just the basics. It's got some really good twists that I didn't see coming and I loved Jakes character. If you like a good psychological romance that's got some really good twists in it, than I urge you to check this book out. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for more from MC Jackson.
4.0 out of 5 stars Twists and Turns! 16 May 2017
By Jamara - Published on Amazon.com
Lena finds herself in a precarious situation and she doesn't know how or why it happened. She wants answers and a way out of her prison. She feels as though her life was just starting to make sense, before she is taken by her captor, Jake. She can't figure who Jake is and why he has kidnapped her. She's even more baffled by his looks of familiarity.

Lena soon realizes that Jake is connected to her sister, her twin. She's been looking for her sister for the longest time and she wants to find her. She desperately wants to reconnect with her better half, her twin even though they haven't always gotten along. She finds herself curious about the mysterious and very gorgeous Jake, curious about his history with her sister.

What Jake doesn't get is that Lena isn't the sister he was searching for. He has mistaken Lena for her twin sister, Anna. He has a past with Lena's sister, a history, and a shared love. He's willing to do just about anything for the woman that he loves and cares deeply about. He wants to guard her and keep her out of harm's way. He's willing to make sacrifices to do so.

What Lena doesn't count on is her reaction to Jake as a man. His touch scares her as much as it excites her. It seems familiar, they feel familiar. It throws her off her game. She isn't prepared for someone like him, she's been hurt so many times by the people that she's trusted. She comes to the conclusion that Jake would go to any lengths to protect her.

Mistaken Identity by M.C. Jackson is definitely a page turner. It's going keep you at the edge of your seat trying to figure out what's really going on. It's also filled without a lot of twists and turns that really worked well for the story. I was surprised as those twists and turns unfolded as the story progressed. I didn't see it going down like that, but I loved the unexpectedness and gave this one a four star rating ⭐⭐⭐⭐.
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