Book Review: Mistaken Identity Part Deux by Sylvia Hubbard

  • Review: Love 101, Learning to Love
  • Series: Mistaken Identity #2
  • Author: Sylvia Hubbard
  • No of Pages: 172
  • Release Date: Self Published
  • Received From: FMB Author Promotions
  • Rating: 3/5

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Synopsis: Love101MistakenIdentity2

Prudish school teacher, Cheyenne, loses a bet with her students and is forced to wear her student’s uniform.

On the same day, she meets the devilishly gorgeous Evan Crane who is desperately lost and needs “assistance” getting home. Fighting his attraction to who is think is just a high school student, Evan finds he needs her help.

Deciding to take advantage of his weakness and her own mounting attraction to him, Cheyenne kisses Evan.

That’s when her plan to just tease the stranger becomes a chance for her to live out her own reckless fantasy.

Yet, when the tables are turned and she reaps what she has sown, Cheyenne has to make a choice to forgive Evan and overcome her own fears or miss out on the most perfect love any woman could ever have.

Sequel to Love 101 (included in Prologue) and the continuing saga of Mistaken Identity series.

My thoughts:

So my thoughts are a bit twisted with this one. The plot is there, it kept me wanting to find out what was going to happen, but I have to admit it may have been a perverse sense of wondering what in the holy hell was GOING to happen to these characters? So, I know the plot has something going for it, for sure.

The characters were also interesting. I didn’t understand everything that they did, but for the most part the reasoning behind decisions was easily explained. And I did enjoy Sylvia’s writing. As I said above, I wanted to find out what was going to happen but there was something holding me back with this one.

I think it could have been the editing. And that is nothing against Sylvia but it does take some out of the read when you have to reread a paragraph to understand what is going on. It takes time and effort to double and even triple back. I have noticed this happens more when I’m reading the ebook version and it could have had to do with that. I’m not a grammar/editing expert but I do see how sometimes it can really take away from the read.

This was also, quite … whew… um.. adult! Sexy!! Super sexy! The imagery that Sylvia uses is great, only a few hiccups here and there but the sex scenes were out of this world. I just wanted Cheyenne to get with it a lot faster! I knew and everyone in the book knew what she was thinking but it took her forever! Of course, that also adds to the fun of the read. 😀

So, all in all, this was a pretty easy read. The plot wasn’t something to die over but it was entertaining and boy was it sexy! And it was nice because I really couldn’t tell where Cheyenne was going to take her relationship, which is always great. I want to keep guessing while I’m reading!

I recommend this to adults who need a bit of a thrill and maybe some hotness added to their reading!


About the author:

Sylvia Hubbard knew she’d wanted to be a writer of romance long before she knew there were black writers in the world. Weaving stories magically as a summer past time to writing stories to get through the humdrum of school, she was able to create something from nothing.

Today, she has independently published over 28 books, is the founder of Motown Writers Network and The AA Electronic Literary Network, CEO of HubBooks Literary Services, runs over five blogs on a variety of subjects, host The Michigan Literary Network Radio Show and is a happily divorced mother of three children in Detroit, Michigan.

“I’m no superwoman,” she states with a smile that seems infinite on her lips. “I’m just being an asset in the world instead of a liability.”

Considered an addicted blogger by, nominated and recognized for her literary work in the Metro Detroit area, referred to as “A Literary Diva” by Detroit City Council and donned “Cliffhanger Queen” by her readers, she finds solace in speaking and educating on a variety of topics.

Her subjects range from Social Media, Internet Marketing, Creative Intimacy, Single Parenting, Blogging, E-Books, Publishing (all aspects i.e.: writing, publishing, marketing & promoting online & offline), and personal triumphs with inspiration mixed in.

Never a disappointment, Sylvia Hubbard, has spoken in front of thousands all over the United States and Canada and has been an Amazon Bestseller.

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