Danielle Corbett lived a seemingly ordinary life, until she received an ominous phone call one night from a stranger delivering a warning to her. Shortly after the phone call, Danielle responds to a swimmer in distress only to find once she pulls him ashore that he's been shot. Another man who witnessed the rescue attempt, hurries down the beach to offer assistance when Danielle realizes who he is- her college sweetheart and ex-fiance, Jason Ryan. Not only is Jason taken aback that he and Danielle's paths have crossed again, he is also stunned to realize that the man who has been shot is his business partner and best friend, Garrett Peterson- the man who also called to warn Danielle she was in danger. As Danielle and Jason team up to investigate Garrett's strange death, clues begin to fall into place linking Danielle to a secret Garrett kept from his business partner and to a dangerous identity thief- one that threatens her financial security and the safety of her family. Not to mention that her pairing with Jason not only forces Danielle to address the hurt she caused him when she broke off their engagement years earlier, but also requires her to examine whether or not their romance should be given a second chance.
Stolen Identity was eye opening because the horror that Danielle faces when her identity is stolen and the ease in which the criminal could turn her world upside down could happen to anyone. I also liked the way Harris plays out the potential rekindling of Danielle and Jason's romance because you don't know for certain until further into the story if the two will have a fresh start or if Danielle's resistance will bury the relationship for good.
This review contains my own thoughts and opinions. I have not been compensated for this review in any way.
Lisa Harris is a wife, mom, teacher, author, dreamer, photographer, world explorer, and most importantly a follower of Christ Jesus. She currently lives in Mozambique with her husband where they work as church-planting missionaries. I’m a wife, mom, teacher, author, dreamer, photographer, world explorer, but most importantly a follower of Christ Jesus. When not working she loves hanging out with her family at the beach, playing games, cooking different ethnic dishes, and heading into the African bush on safari.