Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Book Review: Identity by Cleo Scornavacca

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Createspace
Release Date: 8th July 2016
No. of pages: 550
ISBN: 978-1-53362-212-9
Rating: 5/5


Miss Taken is the second book in the Miss Taken Identity Series.

I loved Dominick and Rain from the beginning. You immediately see Dominick’s reaction to Rain leaving him and there is no lapse in time from the end of Miss Taken to the beginning of Identity.

Rain is so strong and she finally learns to stand on her own two feet and stand up for herself without anyone’s help. Several secrets were revealed in the first book but that only gave way to new ones. Rain is now unsure how Dominick will react but she knows she has to be honest with him. Dominick continues with his possessive and irrational nature but that is the only way he knows how to show love. The love between Dominick and Rain is strong and all consuming but at times it also seems destructive. He loves hard and doesn’t always think before acting. This definitely causes issues between them.

Can Dominick and Rain finally heal what’s broken? Or will new discoveries push them even further apart?

I enjoyed reading both books and I look forward to the third book.

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