Identity (Miss Taken Identity #2)

Identity (Miss Taken Identity #2)

by Cleo Scornavacca

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Identity (Miss Taken Identity #2) by Cleo Scornavacca

..............People aren't always who you believe them to be.

Dominick Kane and Rain Medici started their relationship with one another in the most unconventional way.

He kidnapped her.

With the kidnapping now behind them, life returns to normal, right?

Not a chance.

The push, the pull and their fights for control that we've come to love about Dominick and Rain still exist. And so does their passion.

People aren't who you think they are. Familiar faces are not so familiar. The past and the present collide, opening up all of those old wounds and struggles once again.

Now, everything you thought you knew, gets blown out of the water.

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

Will love win out and bring them back together? Or will ghosts of the past ultimately destroy their love once and for all.................

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158446498
Publisher: Cleo Scornavacca
Publication date: 11/08/2014
Series: Miss Taken Identity , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 426
File size: 341 KB

About the Author

Cleo Scornavacca is a wife, mother and a true "Jersey Girl". She was born and raised in NJ and still resides in the Garden State.

In 2012, Cleo began writing Miss Taken (book one in the Miss Taken Identity Series). Miss Taken was published in 2013 and Identity (book two in the series) in 2014. She is currently working on several projects, including The Ties That Bind, book three and the final installment in the Miss Taken Identity series. The Ties That Bind will be published in 2016.

This Beautiful Escape is an anthology that will be published in November of 2015. Cleo is honored to be part of this project. All of the proceeds for This Beautiful Escape will go to the Ataxia Awareness Fund, Canada.

In addition, Cleo is working several other titles for the coming year. Within Six Months is one of four standalones that will feature the secondary characters from the Miss Taken Identity Series and their stories.

Club Paradise and The House on Leighton Avenue are two additional titles that she is working on for 2016/2017.

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Identity 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CassandraNZ More than 1 year ago
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.
SuperReaderChick More than 1 year ago
I jumped right into reading Identity so that I could find out the answers to the questions that Miss Taken left me with at the end. The beginning of this book is all about setting the story up by telling secrets, answering questions, and making sure that the reader is caught up on the events from book one. I enjoyed the characters, but I couldn't help but feel frustrated with Rain and how she bounced back and forth to Dominick. This book contained many secrets and twists, some that I saw coming, but many that I didn't. About a third of the way through the book, the plot really started kicking and it was very hard to put the book down to eat or sleep. I needed to know what would happen next. By the end, I had several answers, but again more questions that I am assured will be answered in book three. I will be on the edge of my seat until I am able to have all of my questions resolved.