by Betsy Love

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BN ID: 2940012751690
Publisher: Brigham Distributing
Publication date: 07/14/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 310
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Betsy Love grew up in Tucson, Arizona, but has lived in the
Mesa/Gilbert area for almost 27 years. She loves to tell stories,
often embellishing as she goes. Her philosophy is "That's the
way I choose to remember it." You can often find her on plot
walks, talking to her characters. People used to think she was
crazy, but now they think she's got a Bluetooth. Sometimes she
invites her wonderful husband, DeWalt, to join her as a sounding
board on her walks.

Betsy graduated from Ottawa University with a degree
in secondary education and English literature. After 13 years
of teaching, she is now a full-time writer. Her husband and
their eight children- Chris, Joy, Sam, Nathan, Andrew, Sarah,
Thomas, and David-have been her biggest fans and best
support in her journey to become published. <i>Identity</i> is Betsy's
debut novel. She loves feedback and would be thrilled for you
to visit her at

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Identity 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
AbGirl More than 1 year ago
I seriously struggle with some LDS books. I am trying to read more though and I'm glad I added this one to the list. The plot is fun and keeps the story moving. The "LDS stuff" was a little thick at times, but I'm terrible when it comes to that. I don't think it would bother most people. I like that this book is different from most LDS books. It has a fun plot, lots of mystery and suspense. I totally dig it! And I stayed up way too late reading more than once because I didn't want to put it down! :)
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Sweet-Tangerine More than 1 year ago
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. I received my review copy from Walnut Creek Press. Publisher: Walnut Creek Press Date Published: Aug 2011 ISBN: 978
Anonymous More than 1 year ago