In “Mistaken Identity,” Melinda Robertson ventured into new territory, targeting a more mature audience. This fast paced story takes you into the life of a modern day single woman with several men in her life who plays by her own rules and ultimately changes the dating game.
Morgan McIntire is thirty-three years old and living the single life. She is financially stable, has a successful career, and travels the world, but when it comes to matters of the heart she hasn’t been happy in years. Morgan is looking for love and gets “caught up in the rapture of love” when she gets pregnant and mistakenly identifies the wrong man as the father of her unborn child.
Like everything else, being single has its advantages and disadvantages. Some people choose to stay in unhealthy relationships, or go from relationship to relationship, for fear of being alone. Morgan, however, chose not to do either. Instead, she chose to live her life to the fullest and embrace her singleness. In doing so, she made choices she later regretted, did things she wished she hadn’t and was publicly humiliated when all her dirty little secrets were exposed to the world in “Mistaken Identity.”