Taken Identity by Raven McAllan

Taken Identity If someone steals your identity and marries a sex god and that sex god husband shows up at your door…do you get to keep him?
Jules has no memory of marrying a sex god—and no woman is that forgetful.

So when the devastatingly handsome Gray turned up on her doorstep looking for his wife and calling said wife by Jules’ name, Jules wondered briefly if she’d landed in an alternative universe. She knows she’s not his wife and so does he, but apparently someone with her name and history is. Is it a case of coincidence or did his missing wife ‘borrow’ Jules’ life?

Even though the dominant Gray sends her knickers aflame with just one look, with a missing wife in the equation, Jules knows there’s no chance of finding out what else he could achieve.

There’s only one thing to do—unravel the mystery and try to keep their hands off each other in the meantime. The first may well prove far easier than the latter.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of light bondage and BDSM.

Publisher’s Note: This book was previously published elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for release with Totally Bound.addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da16

When a strange man knocks on the door and demands to speak to Jules, she thinks he is a crazy lunatic trying to get in. But, the man insists that it is his pregnant wife’s name and he is looking for her. Strange coincidences begin to unravel and Jules and Gray find that his wife was not all that she appeared to be.

This was a very fast paced story focused on the mystery and suspense of Gray’s soon to be ex-wife. I found the original Jules a bit “odd” and difficult to like. Gray, on the other hand, was very likable and HOT! I could not understand what he saw in Jules, but I chalked it up to them both being taken off guard and trying to figure things out together. Even so, the sex was HOT and the chemistry was intense between these two! Yowza! They set the sheets on FIRE with their sex scenes in this book!

I think the story could have been less fast paced, but the writing was well done.  It was a good read, but did not wow me.


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