Thursday, May 23, 2013

Review: Identity Crisis by Eliza Daly

Identity Crisis by Eliza Daly

When Olivia Doyle’s father dies under suspicious circumstances, rather than inheriting a family fortune, she inherits a new identity. She learns they were placed in the Federal Witness Security Program when she was five years old. Her father was involved in an art forgery ring and testified against the mob. Brought up not to trust anyone, Olivia has a difficult time relying on U.S. Marshal Ethan Ryder to protect her, and to keep her secret. She fears her father may have continued his life of crime through her art gallery. She has little choice but to depend on Ethan when she realizes someone is now after her. Olivia’s search for the truth leads her and Ethan across country to a family and past she doesn’t remember.

At the age of ten, Ethan witnessed a brutal murder. He vowed when he grew up, he’d protect people in danger. Protecting Olivia is difficult when she won’t trust him. He soon realizes his desire to protect her goes beyond doing his job, but if his judgment becomes clouded by emotions, her safety could be jeopardized.

Can Ethan and Olivia learn to trust each other when they uncover secrets that will change their lives forever?

Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors

My Thoughts:
Mystery, suspense, and romance. This was a quick read. I barely noticed the pages flying by as I read on to find out what would happen next. When Olivia's father dies, she finds out that they were in witness protection and now she could be in danger. Then Ethan, a U.S. Marshall, shows up to protect her. They both have trouble trusting, but want to trust one another. She has a family she never knew about. He has his own family issues. Secrets, tension, and plenty of heat, though the steam factor is low.

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!

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