Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Mistaken Identity by K. Dawn Byrd

Here's the second review of Mistaken Identity. It's now on Amazon. I'm excited that the book is being so well received.

Best friends Eden Morgan and Lexi Branson are as different as day and night. Lexi can get any boyfriend she wants, and Eden longs for boyfriend of her own. As this story unfolds new neighbors move in next door to Eden's family. And we have all heard about the `boy next door' right? Well these new neighbors included that boy Channing, and wow was he ever drop dead gorgeous! He and Eden seemed to hit it off from the beginning, but the problem was that Lexi wanted him too. And what Lexi wants she gets.

Mistaken Identity, a wonderful and sweet love story that anyone romance fan would like. And I would especially encourage any teenage young lady to read this book because dating is something they will all face at sometime. I loved the teen characters in this story; they made me feel as though I was watching this story in real life! Channing was just a sweet and hot guy that every girl at school had their eye on. The idea of having a Christian and non-Christian going for the same guy was cool. And it kept me wanting to finish the story to see just who Channing would pick, Eden or Lexi. It just all depended on what Channing was looking for in a girlfriend. Now you just need to read the book to find out who the winning woman turned out to be.

First Review
I'm so excited! I just had to share my first review of Mistaken Identity. It's from Clare Revell at http://telscha.blogspot.com/. 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.

Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/6ez8xvh
Barnes & Noble: http://tinyurl.com/6bpw26c
Also available at Sony and other ebook outlets and coming soon to Christianbook.com


  1. I would love to read your book! Thanks for the chance and congrats on the success!


  2. I am so excited to read your book! I would LOVE to be the winner!

    I'm an email subscriber

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

  3. This sound really good and I would love to read it. Thank you for giving a copy away!

    christianworship [at] live [dot] com

  4. thanks for the chance to read YOUR masterpiece :)

    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

  5. I would LOVE to get this as an ebook!

    Rhonda - myboyzmom@netzero.com

  6. Looks like a good read, especially for teens. Thanks for the chance to win.



  7. I LOVE the ebooks and would love to have this to read. I love the cover picture too! Sherry (sherryhill@cableone.net is a good email to get me on)

  8. oh, I'd love to win thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  9. This sounds like a great read! I love teen romance books. Thanks for the giveaway!

    emstclair {at} gmail {dot} com

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  11. I'm posting this for Marianne. Blogger wouldn't cooperate and she asked me to post it for her.

    Thanks for your posts, interviews and chances to win. Mistaken Identity sounds intriquing, and would be the first of your books i have read.

    Marianne Barkman <mitzi_wanham@yahoo.com

  12. Sounds like a great book!
    greenduckie13 at gmail dot com

  13. We love to win the big prize

  14. sounds like a wonderful book to share with our youth group girls!



  15. I teach teenage girls in Sunday School and this book sounds like something I would offer them, as well as a title I will purchase for the public library where I am employed.
    Thanks for the chance to win a copy!