About the Book
Series: Regency House Party
Genre: Adult, Historical, Regency, Romance
Publication date: September 16, 2018
Conrad Pinkerton, the Marquess of Kendal, despises society; the scheming, the guises, and the games they play. And yet, for his twin brother, he agrees to a temporary guise of his own, pretending to be his brother for a house party. Playing the fop should be easy, as long as he keeps everyone at a distance. But when he meets Jessica Standish, he wishes she didn’t think he was someone else.
Jessica Standish has never been considered worthy by the ton and now that she and her mother are penniless, the chances of a good match seem out of reach. Even the matchmaking schemes of the Countess Du’Breven seem doomed to failure. This house party will change nothing, though it’s hard not to hope when she sees Lord Ian again. The connection between them grows, though he seems so different from the man she remembers.
With his family name and fortune on the line, Conrad knows he should leave with his secret intact. After all, how can she truly love him if she thinks he’s someone else?
About the Author
Mindy loves all things history and romance, which makes reading and writing Regency romance right up her alley. When she isn’t living in her alternate realities, she is married to her real-life Mr. Darcy and trying to raise five proper boys. They live happily in the beautiful mountains of Utah.
When Conrad Pinkerton attends Lady Du’Breven’s house party posing as his twin brother Ian, his main goal is to get out of the situation with as little interaction with others and as soon as possible. But when he meets Jessica Standish, his plans change.
Jes can’t quite reconcile the Ian at the house party with the one she danced with two years ago, but his attention is something she doesn’t want to give us. The man makes her life and she flourishes in his presence. But sometimes he acts so differently than the man she’s come to know, she’s not sure what to think.
Ghost stories, a few close calls of the ruse being discovers, and the early blooms of love—not infatuation—make Mistaken Identity a quick and entertaining read. While appearances can be deceiving, this book stresses that the heart of the person is where the true beauty lies.
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