Not Mistaken Identity by Iyana Jenna

91iyTCtdIpL._SL1500_Title: Not Mistaken Identity

Author: Iyana Jenna

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Length: Novella (52 pages)

ISBN: 978-1-77101-346-8

Publisher: Breathless Press (January 2nd, 2015)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Reviewer: Cat

Blurb: Abducted and forced to channel all his TV character’s smarts, can actor Chase Riley escape his captors and return to his boyfriend?

Actor Chase Riley is road tripping his way home when he is abducted. A delusional fan is convinced that Chase is really Elliot, the character he plays in a popular cop series. In order to survive, Chase must channel all his TV character’s smarts, while trying to convince his abductor that he really is just a very good actor.

Chase’s boyfriend, co-star Aidan Buffett, is on a trip with his sister when he gets news of Chase’s disappearance. Trapped in an airport in Mexico trying to get home, Aidan is both terrified he will never see Chase again and tortured with guilt for allowing his lover to travel alone.

When Chase makes a desperate attempt to escape, the consequences are serious. And though Aidan will get to see his Chase again, it is with no guarantee that his boyfriend will survive to tell the tale.

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Review: Chase is staying with his parent for the holiday and Aiden and his sister are going on a vacation. Neither man is taking bodyguards though they are famous actors. Chase is abducted and Aiden is not sure he will be in time to see Chase alive.

Not Mistaken Identity was a good suspenseful story. I sat on pins and needles hoping Chase survived. Then there was another twist.

I loved the story. I just wish I had more information and details on each character. The story is precise and to the point without a lot of description and details. It is a beautifully poignant story of two men in love and tragedy striking.

If you like, short stories without lots of description, drama, sexy actors, committed relationships, mystery, and suspense and a sweet loving couple you will love this!

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