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Mistaken Identity by [Matson, TC]
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Life sometimes gives you a fork in the road and doesn’t give you a hint of which direction to take. There’s no signs, no arrows, no neon lights to help. Luckily, Samantha Beckman chose the right path years ago and escaped from the horrors of her childhood. Along with her best friend, Jess, she lives a wonderful life—happy and carefree just as any twenty six year old should.

Opportunity arises when Samantha lands the job of a lifetime as the COO’s executive assistant for North Carolina’s leading corporation, Weston Company.

Yet, not everything is as it seems. Samantha soon learns Mr. Eye Candy from the elevator isn’t who he says he is, the sexy construction worker isn’t what she thought he was, and don’t forget about her new unwanted and clever stalker. Maybe her life isn’t as simple as she hoped it would be.

Caught in the sights of two men and a stalker, Samantha is forced to decide between flight and fight, fear over strength. Will she be able to take the right path again, or has her luck finally run out?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 955 KB
  • Print Length: 289 pages
  • Publisher: TC Matson (3 November 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00P872VI4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #157,236 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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There was a lot going on here, without taking the time to develop each situation.
It started out great, but I feel it rushed though each scenario.
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Very stilted, proper language used, not how people actually think or talk. Didn't connect with the characters. Annoying to read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars FIVE STARS FOR MATSON 28 November 2016
By Jessica Kennedy - Published on Amazon.com
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"This man knows his eyes are capable of giving women multiple orgasms with just one look, and he's not afraid to use them."

OK. I am confused. Not surprised, and certainly I am not surprised, but I am still confused. I didn't even know TC MATSON had another book besides her Fighter series which will blow your mind by the way. I thought Blindsided was the author's debut and I was wrong! and being wrrong has made Mistaken Identity so right!

Samantha Beckman-is such a fun character and she's independent! I love a strong female lead and TC MATSON delivers that with such grace and the plot flows perfectly. I love a good romantic thriller and this author gives you that everything and more!

Tanner---Wow! he's sweet, sexy, protective, wants to take care of Sam in every way possible and he wears a suit- swooon. Many times during the book I was expecting something to happen only to have my jaw hit the floor when the UNEXPECTED happens.

TC MATSON has a unique gift when it comes to being an an author she grips you from the first page and draws you into her characters, their emotions and makes you want to be in the book and just experience it. Do yourself a favor and read this book, even beter get to know this author because once you do she'll quickly become the author you one-click for no matter what!
26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Really ... I spent time reading THIS?!?! 6 January 2015
By Linda - Published on Amazon.com
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Warning: Major spoilers included in this review ...

So I'm trying to understand these four- and five-star reviews for this book because, honestly, unless we are grading this on potential or the story having been written by a precocious Labrador retriever, I can't give this more than two stars.

The book starts out with our h, Samantha (who goes by Sam, but who is also referred to as Belle by her BFF and H ... yeah, I don't get it either), beginning her new job at some fancy-schmany company in Charlotte, NC. She's lived in this city for a while - apparently, she had a PT job as a cleaning woman for the past year or so - but her BFF Jess was able to get her a job as an Executive Assistant with this much-admired corporation. Apparently, the hiring standards for Executive Assistants aren't that tough any more b/c just any ol' person can be one, according to this book. (And I'm not talking about the fact that she cleaned houses for a while b/c that has nothing to do with it. I'm talking more about her intelligence, or lack thereof. More details below...) And she's lucky enough to work some pretty manageable hours as well. Most days, she leaves the office @ 4 pm and, if she stays at work past 6 pm, she's considered super busy. And her crazy workload! When she talks about her boss flooding her Inbox with emails b/c he is keeping her super busy, she says she got a minimum of 10 emails that day. TEN!!! Can you believe that? OMG, she must be overwhelmed, the poor thing. How can she possibly handle as many as TEN emails in one day???

And I guess we are to accept the fact that she was hired as the Executive Assistant to the COO of the company (some dude named Adam) but she met him for the first time on her first day of work??? So Mr. COO had nothing to do with the hiring of his own assistant? Didn't interview her or get to decide whether or not she would be a good fit for him?

So Sam meets some weirdo guy named Logan at a bar early on in the book. They date for a bit, but she feels no spark, he creeps her out, says "I love you" to her after just two weeks of dating, they break up. At the same time, she's been wowed by some hot dude in her office building who she keeps bumping into in the elevator. After she breaks up with Logan, she meets this hot dude at a club and they talk and eventually start dating.

Now, here's the part I really can't accept in this story ... hot dude (whose name is Tanner) is actually the CEO of the company where Sam is working. The friggin' Chief Executive Officer!!! And she apparently dates him for all of seven months (yes, SEVEN MONTHS) without knowing who he is. Is our heroine deaf, dumb and blind? Oh, sorry, that's an insult to deaf, dumb and blind people everywhere. The girl would be a friggin' world-class, grade-A MORON for being the Executive Assistant to the COO of a company and not be able to identify the CEO. Her BFF is the same - she was the one who got Sam the job in the first place b/c she's worked at the company for one year already and she also doesn't know who is the big cheese? And Tanner was appointed the CEO of the company four years ago. FOUR YEARS!! And how they found out was that Jess found a newspaper clipping from four years ago, when Tanner's father named him as new CEO of the company, along with accompanying photo with said newspaper article. So they are obviously in the public eye, but those two yahoos had no idea who is he?!? How the heck did this peabrain get a job as an Executive Assistant to the COO of a successful company when she didn't even know who the heck the CEO is???

The whole book was just a mess, IMO. The potential was there as the plot line was interesting, but nothing was fleshed out in great detail. I am still trying to figure out why Tanner and Sam "fell in love" because I felt as much of a connection between the two of them as I do when I look at a piece of lint and slice of cheese trying to get it on. In fact, I couldn't connect with any of the characters in this book so really didn't feel that vested in the story or how things turned out.

So, basically, in a nutshell, the story goes like this: Sam starts new job, meets weirdo Logan, dumps Logan, meets hottie Tanner, dates Tanner, finds out Tanner is her CEO, gets mad that he lied to her about his identity, they break up for a short while and then get back together. Meanwhile, someone is sending Sam threatening notes and stalking her. That someone ends up being weirdo Logan (no big shock). He assaults her (did we really need this in the storyline??), she ends up fighting back and calling 911, he gets arrested, she recovers, Tanner is there to support her and proposes marriage. End of story. There, you just saved yourself 99 cents. Go get yourself a Slurpie and call it a day.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A fresh take on romance with a thrill! 21 November 2014
By For the Love of Books and Alcohol - Published on Amazon.com
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TC Matson's writing was surprisingly impressive for a debut novel. Her ability to draw you into a scene and cause you to lose yourself was fabulous. I felt alongside the characters as each scene unfolded. This book centered on Sam and an issue that wouldn’t go away. I can't say I there was a part I didn’t like but there were a couple of difficult but necessary scenes that were hard to read. The way it ended made those parts earlier to swallow.

Sam was cute and feisty. She knew who she was and didn't try to be anything else. Tanner was hard not to love. He was a breath of fresh air in the romance genre. Logan was sexy and cocky and oh so yummy. I identified strongly with Tanner his mindset and lifestyle are very similar to mine. Jess and Mack were AWESOME! Jess was Sam’s bestie. I loved her allegiance to Sam, but she didn't cross lines like I see in a lot of bestie characters these days. Mack had a smaller roll than the rest, but I was instantly a Mack fan. He was just so laid back and comfortable to have in the scenes. I hope we get more Mack in the next book.
<blockquote><em><strong> “It’s fascinating to watch a man of his stature be so domesticated. It’s downright erotic."</strong></em></blockquote>
The plot had a lot of twists and I have a sneaking suspicion that we haven’t seen the end of it. Matson has a great concept with Sam's story. The plot flowed beautifully and secrets and sins were revealed along the way. I never felt like something was missing or unbelievable. As a thriller, it was fun to try and piece together whodunit as I read. I never actually guessed and was truly surprised when I found out who the stalker was.
<blockquote><em><strong>"He studies me for a minute, probably deciding whether he wants to take a bit of my neck or not, but finally lowers his eyes back to his work. Creep."</strong></em></blockquote>
My favorite parts of the book are actually spoilers, but some of my other favorite parts were the simple banter between Sam and Jess. Their friendship was solid and comfortable. Nothing felt forced and I enjoyed the easiness of their relationship. This story had some similarities to other stories, but that ends about 2 chapters in. The twists in the plot and the characters themselves keep this novel unique from others in its genre.

I was a roller-coaster of emotions reading this book. If you were on the couch with me as I read, this is what you would have heard. "Hahahaha- Yowza!- Awwww - OMG - Hmmmm - No! No! No! - Awwww- Ahhhhhh! - Did he? - Holy Sh... - Awww - NO!!! - OMG- Wait! But- Oh no! - YIKES! - Awwww - Awww- Awwww"

The ending was a HEA, but it was hard earned. There were some serious and difficult scenes in this book that could be hard dome readers to handle.

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves romance and wants a fresh take with a thrill.

This book was definitely worth the price. I look forward to picking it up in paperback.

5 Stars and a cold beer for Sam and whoever ends up true to her!

ARC generously offered in exchange for an honest review
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mr. Eye Candy is sexy hot! 13 January 2015
By Eva McFarden - Published on Amazon.com
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Sam, (Samantha), has started a new job, has put her life back on track after she caught her ex cheating on her. She hasn't dated since. While working her new job, she went on a few dates with Logan. That didn't go so well and things ended when he wanted to man handle her when she didn't have the same feelings for him. Sam and Jess, Sam's roommate, go dancing one evening to blow off steam and in walks Mr. Eye Candy. Sam named him Mr. Eye Candy after riding in the elevator with him at work. He's the most gorgeous, sexy, hot man she has ever seen. And so begins the road of these two people drawn to each other, but someone is leaving notes for Sam and she doesn't know who it is.
Tanner has spoken to Sam while riding the elevator with her. He knows she is drawn to him. He likes her. When he sees her dancing with her roommate at the club, he wants to know more about her. She's different from the other women he has known and he wants to see who she really is. When she asks his name, he omits part of his name. He's guarded, as he should be, as he has to be, as he has been. From the omission, to the stalking, a past that has not been revealed, an attack that leaves physical and emotional scars, this book tells their story of healing. The emotions, betrayals, secrets and hurt that these two endure will forever stay in your heart. I give this 5 stars.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Romantic Suspense, read in one sitting, couldn't put it down! 28 December 2014
By Paula Harp - Published on Amazon.com
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For a first book T.C. Matson has done a great job. I bought this book this afternoon and couldn't put it down until I finished it. Sam (Samantha) wasn't looking for love as she was getting over a two year relationship. Jess (her best friend, sister from another mother) helps her get a job with the Weston Company where she works. Sam meets Logan, a construction worker, at a local bar after work on the first day and they start dating but there's fireworks and he gets weird so she ends it. She meets Mr. Eye Candy in the elevator at work several times (later to be named Tanner). They start dating and it gets serious. Then she starts getting white envelopes with notes on her car, at work, under her door, etc. She has a stalker and he doesn't like her dating. They were some hard scenes with violence to read in this book but they but they were necessary to get to the back story of her childhood. Lot so twists, turns and secrets to keep you on the edge of your seat. This was a great read and I will definitely be watching for the authors' next book.