About Identity


Anwen’s uncanny resemblance to Princess Lavena has been a curse since the moment she entered her service, as the spoiled princess has frequently used it to her advantage by forcing Anwen to switch places with her. But Princess Lavena’s latest scheme is her worst—and most dangerous—yet: compelling Anwen to take the princess’s place in her marriage to her loathed fiancé, Prince Liam. 

Bound by an enchanted contract not to reveal the charade, Anwen is forced to go through with the masquerade and endure a marriage to a man who despises the woman he believes her to be. As time goes on, Anwen struggles not only to maintain her identity, but to fight her deepening feelings as she begins to fall in love with her new husband, a man who not only isn’t hers to keep, but who has no idea who she really is. 

My review

Fairy tale re-tellings are some of my favorite types of books! I love the way this author does hers. They are full of great plots, and great characters. I really just love everything about them!

This book is all told through the perspective of Anwen. She’s Princess Levena’s handmaiden. The only problem is, Princess Levena put a spell on her with a ring and made her pose as the princess herself. I loved the craziness that brought to Anwen’s life. She is forced to marry the princess’ fiance, Liam. A man the princess can’t stand, but the feeling is mutual.

I loved the Prince Liam was back in this one. It would have been kind of fun to have seen a few things from his perspective. It was fun to imagine what he would have been thinking when his wife wasn’t at all what he expected her to be.

I loved the plot of this one. It’s just fun with lots of twists and turns. And beloved characters from the author’s other books pop in throughout it. I didn’t want to put it down!

I borrowed a copy of Identity with my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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