"Traditional Romance with plot to keep you interested until the end"
Imogen was going to Bermuda to find the REAL cause of her
brother's death. Fate, in the form of a plane crash and
her fear for her life, has brought about her mistaken
identity as her seatmate, Isodora. As she recovers at
her "Aunt Elizabeth's" home, Imogen finds herself in the
precarious position of investigating Morgan Dax,
Elizabeth's friend and her brother's former employer -- her
main suspect in her brother's death.
IMPOSTERS IN PARADISE is a short contemporary romance with
enough suspense to keep the pages turning. Max's sister,
Averil and Ellis are kept as secondary characters but well
defined and make a strong contribution to the plot. As a
romance, there is time spent on the emotional perspectives
of the characters and their actions were believable. This
fast-paced story had enough plot twists to keep interest to
the last page.
For US readers, you will notice and enjoy the UK 'accent'
in the author's 'voice'. I did not like the inserts
(putting thoughts in parenthesis) in the writing style as I
found it distracting. As I am used to seeing it in email
and other informal correspondence, this was only a minor
irritant but one I think many readers would note.
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted June 16, 2002