Saturday, June 18, 2011

First review of Mistaken Identity...

I'm so excited! I just had to share my first review of Mistaken Identity. It's from Clare Revell at She gave it 4 1/2 out of  5 stars. Here's what she had to say:

I loved Mistaken Identity. I read it in one sitting, so engrossed that the toast burned and milk boiled over as I read. Eden faces all the problems young Christian girls do today. Short skirts, make up, protective parents (and yes I’m one of those dreaded protective parents who ban her daughters from wearing belts or pelmets – aka short skirts). And when she does finally fall for a boy, admittedly a slightly older boy, not only does she have to worry about what her parents will think, her BF, Lexi falls for him too. Problem is what Lexi wants, Lexi gets.

A book for parents and teenagers alike, this one deals with important issues as well as having an engaging storyline, loveable characters and enough nail biting moments to keep you rooted to the pages and wondering about the characters after the last page is turned.

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  1. Wow! Wonderful review, Dawn - congratulations!

  2. Sounds like a great story - one that every parent should read - including me!

  3. This is a wonderful review and the book sounds quite good.


  4. I read your review with Margaret Daley and thought it was a great idea to interview the main character! I love YA books!

    Deborah M

  5. We love to the great prize

  6. This book sounds exciting. I know some teens who would like to read it.

  7. I'm a grandmother, but my children have teens who are facing these problems. The review makes this book sound like just we need to read/
    Kaye Whitney

  8. What a great review to have as your first for this exciting story. It would be a great delight to read this book & find it's challenges and the many messages it must contain. The age-old parent's quandary of "how much is too much, but what does 'not enough' look like" and the eternal question every parent eventually comes around to, "Oh, Lord, what did I do to deserve such a blessing as this, and now what can I possibly do to be worthy of such a gift as this.."

  9. This sounds like a very good book. It reminds me of my Daughter and the girl across the street. Her parents let her dress in a way that not much was left to the imagination. My Daughter would not be caught dead in those clothes! It would have had to be over my dead body! I would love to read this book!