So here are a couple more reviews for Identity:
"I loved this book, the characters were engaging and the plot had plenty of twists and turns, kept me guessing who the good and the bad guys were, I highly recommend it!" Adrienne from Utah--on Deseret Book
"Identity is Betsy Love's 1st published novel. It is fast moving, full of adventure and suspense. The characters and the plot are well developed and there are enough twists to keep the reader wondering which girl really survived the plane crash, and just who the too good to be true boy friend really is.
I loved this story, I didn't want to put it down.
The Kindle version does have some serious formatting issues, but the story made it worth ignoring them." Mary Walker on Goodreads
"Betsy, I loved your book!!!!!!! The way the story twists around had me excited to turn the pages. The spiritual side to the story really ministered to me. It helped me to understand Mormons link to the family and how prayer works. After all, praying to the Father, in the name of Jesus and with the evidence of the Holy Spirit is the promise of finding Him in our lives. You did a beautiful job portraying that. I really enjoyed reading this book." Lori Dobbins
Identity by Betsy Love For a debut novel, Identity packed a great performance. This novel had a few twists and turns and the ending was a surprise. Samantha is a very active Mormon girl vacationing in Mexico with her best friend Haley. Samantha can't decide if she wants to serve a mission, Amelia is on vacation with her fiance Brent. When the flight to Phoenix crashes and kills all but six passengers, including one of the girls, things go topsy-turvy. When Samantha recovers from her two month coma, she doesn't remember any of her prior life and hasto learn everything over again, even to learning to love her family again. Her brother Shawn, ready to leave for the mission field, is concerned about her feelings for the new single man in their ward. Brent is suscpicious about the crash, finding out that someone tampered with the commuter plane. He has problems with knowing how to pray, so asks his secretary, who is a Mormon, to help. He feels the urgency to get to Samantha to warn her she's in danger. With the police on his tail, he borrows his secretary's car to get to Phoenix. With Samantha's family hot on the trail of the people involved in the plane tampering and another murder in Mexico, and trying to rescue Samantha, we have quite a scene. With Samantha and Amelia having a striking resemblance, anything can happen. I thoroughly recommend this debut novel to anyone who loves a good romance with a lot of suspense thrown in. Teri, WA on Deseret Book
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