Are you afraid of monsters under the bed? Well, Nora Roberts’ latest thriller, “Identity,” will make you more afraid of the monsters that walk among us.
The story centers around Morgan Albright, a former Army brat who has finally found her place in a friendly neighborhood near Baltimore. Her life is turned upside down when she hosts her first dinner party and realizes that the charming IT guy she’s been flirting with is actually a con artist named Gavin. The night ends in tragedy when she discovers her friend and roommate Nina dead on the floor, and she realizes that she was the one who let the monster in.
If you’re looking for a cozy mystery, this is not the book for you. “Identity” is a rollercoaster of emotions and twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last page. Nora Roberts knows how to play with our fears and anxiety, giving us a terrifying reality check about how easy it is to fall for a smooth-talking predator.
What makes “Identity” stand out from other thrillers is the character development. Morgan is not your typical damsel in distress. She’s a fighter who refuses to be a victim, even when everyone tells her to run and hide. Her journey to reclaim her life is inspiring, and her interactions with the secondary characters bring a balance of humor and heartwarming moments to the story.
The romance element in “Identity” might not be the main focus, but it adds a layer of hope and lightness to the dark and gritty storyline. Miles Jameson, the love interest, is a refreshing change from the usual alpha male trope. He’s grounded, patient, and supportive, giving Morgan a safe space to heal and trust again.
Aside from the main characters, the supporting cast is also well-rounded and intriguing. The FBI agents are not just faceless authorities; they have personalities and backstories that make them relatable. The secondary villain adds another layer of danger and unpredictability, keeping the readers guessing until the end.
The writing style in “Identity” is smooth and engaging, with vivid descriptions that make the scenes come alive. Nora Roberts’ attention to detail is impressive, adding layers of depth to the setting and the characters’ emotions. The pacing is spot-on, with enough suspense and action to keep the readers hooked, but not too much that it becomes overwhelming.
Overall, “Identity” is a must-read for fans of psychological thrillers and suspenseful romances. It’s a well-crafted story that will make you think twice before trusting a stranger or unlocking your door at night. Nora Roberts proves once again why she’s the queen of romantic suspense, delivering a chilling but satisfying tale of survival and redemption.
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(as of Mar 30, 2023 12:49:13 UTC – Details)