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Her Good Name ➶ Her Good Name Free ➬ Author Josi S. Kilpack – Thomashillier.co.uk Chrissy is having an identity crisis As a single woman and convert to the Church, she has always managed to find her place in life at least until someone else begins using her credit cards, her bank a Chrissy is having an identity crisis As a single woman and convert to the Church, she has always managed to find her place in life at least Her Good PDF/EPUB or until someone else begins using her credit cards, her bank account, and, most important, her name Now the real Chrissy must prove her innocence against a growing pile of collection notices and unpaid bills But with no job, no money, a warrant for her arrest, and a closet full of high heeled shoes, a girl can only get so farWhen Chrissy meets Micah Heet, the other half of a blind date gone bad, the two discover they are facing the same battle and join forces to find the perpetrators Little do they know that the small semblance of life they have left will be put on the line in the process.


About the Author: Josi S. Kilpack

I wrote my first book while on bed rest with my third child in and haven t stopped My most recent books have been Historical Romance Her Good PDF/EPUB or through the Proper Romance line with Shadow Mountain PublishingI currently live in Willard, Utah with my husband, and children.



10 thoughts on “Her Good Name

  1. Cindy Cindy says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Josi sent me this book and I devoured it that same night Of course I am mentioned TWICE in the book once in the dedication and once in the acknowledgements so how could I not enjoy the story Come on I liked the story line I felt it was good to address the importance of keeping your identity private I worked at a credit union and at a mortgage company IT IS A HUGE PROBLEM They steal social security numbers from babies in hospitals Just watch out and check your kids numbers and credi Josi sent me this book and I devoured it that same night Of course I am mentioned TWICE in the book once in the dedication and once in the acknowledgements so how could I not enjoy the story Come on I liked the story line I felt it was good to address the importance of keeping your identity private I worked at a credit union and at a mortgage company IT IS A HUGE PROBLEM They steal social security numbers from babies in hospitals Just watch out and check your kids numbers and credit reports too You are NOT the only one in danger and SHREAD EVERYTHING that has any personal information on it even if you think you re being lame If you don t own your own shredder get off your duff and buy one It s a war baby and it 25 or your identity You choose.Aside from that little soap box moment, the story was great I have several friends and was also a single sister getting older and older in the Mormon community I went without a date in almost two years It was really hard Anyone that has been there knows how fun those valentines and Mothers Day holidays are Just like she says Josi, eventhough she was not single for long, gave us a good flavor of how that is.I liked Chrissy s tenacity but wanted to scream at her to peek at her financial life rather than sit there It frustrated me which was proabably the point I really liked Micah s approach to it better I think you should sequel this one It left me a bit bummed that we don t know what those two are going to do at the end Will they hook up or will they stay single forever What will it be like raising a baby without a husband


  2. Marsha Marsha says:

    This was very different from others that I have read by this author The subject matter of identity theft was a bit to realistic and frightening I went back and forth between 3 and 4 stars The story moved pretty slow at the start but the last half it was hard to put down I confess I stayed up late one night to finish it as I got pretty caught up in the story I did not love Chrissy s character but she was okay She seemed to bring much of her problems on herself At the start of the book when This was very different from others that I have read by this author The subject matter of identity theft was a bit to realistic and frightening I went back and forth between 3 and 4 stars The story moved pretty slow at the start but the last half it was hard to put down I confess I stayed up late one night to finish it as I got pretty caught up in the story I did not love Chrissy s character but she was okay She seemed to bring much of her problems on herself At the start of the book when she quit her job without having another one I knew there would be manybad decisions in her future


  3. Rebecca Irvine Rebecca Irvine says:

    I was naughty last night Yesterday I received Josi S Kilpack s novel Her Good Name in the mail I had won it on the LDS Women s Book Review Blog and started reading it I should have gone to bed at 9 pm to get enough sleep and get up early to get my things done before work But this book was too good to put down I read it until 11 15 pm when I finished And tonight I will likely be rereading it, although I am extra tired this evening.Here is the description of the book Chrissy is having a I was naughty last night Yesterday I received Josi S Kilpack s novel Her Good Name in the mail I had won it on the LDS Women s Book Review Blog and started reading it I should have gone to bed at 9 pm to get enough sleep and get up early to get my things done before work But this book was too good to put down I read it until 11 15 pm when I finished And tonight I will likely be rereading it, although I am extra tired this evening.Here is the description of the book Chrissy is having an identity crisis As a single woman and convert to the Church, she has always managed to find her place in life at least until someone else begins using her credit cards, her bank account, and, most important, her name Now the real Chrissy must prove her innocence against a growing pile of collection notices and unpaid bills But with no job, no money, a warrant for her arrest, and a closet full of high heeled shoes, a girl can only get so far When Chrissy meets Micah Heet, the other half of a blind date gone bad, the two discover they are facing the same battle and join forces to find the perpetrators Little do they know that the small semblance of life they have left will be put on the line in the process Here s the list of a few of the things I liked about Her Good Name since I am too tired and lazy to expound much tonight 1 The main character has a real body type not the standard tall, slim, can eat like a horse and never gain weight character that seems so common lately Chrissy is 5 1 and has curves where a woman should have curves Being a short, curvy woman myself, I thank you, Josi, for this.2 The ending was happy and well resolved, but not overdone I don t want to give any spoilers here, but trust me on this the end is strong and unique.3 The story reads very true to life In the acknowledgments Josi says she had assistance from a law enforcement professional to make sure the identity theft plot line was accurate Not only was it accurate, but it was exciting to read yep, gun shots are involved.4 I learned from this book that I am making some mistakes that might cause problems if my identity was ever stolen Time to make some changes around my home.After reading Her Good Name I look forward to delving intoof Kilpack s novels


  4. Heidi Heidi says:

    As an LDS fiction, this is one of the better ones hence 2 stars instead of 1 I like Josi Kilpack a lot, and I love that she writes about relevant, current topics like modern infertility and identity theft and internet predators However, this story lost me at the point where the victim of identity theft goes to Southern California from Idaho to track down the people who stole her identity I mean, I understand that it wouldn t have made a very good story if she d just sat around in Idaho m As an LDS fiction, this is one of the better ones hence 2 stars instead of 1 I like Josi Kilpack a lot, and I love that she writes about relevant, current topics like modern infertility and identity theft and internet predators However, this story lost me at the point where the victim of identity theft goes to Southern California from Idaho to track down the people who stole her identity I mean, I understand that it wouldn t have made a very good story if she d just sat around in Idaho moping about her ruined life, but that was a little far fetched If you re into MoRo s Mormon Romances and you want to step away from the pioneer love stories, or the end of times love stories try Kilpack s Sheep s Clothing, or Unsung Lullaby


  5. Josephine Josephine says:

    I think this is the first book I ve read by this author and I really enjoyed it Mostly I liked the realness of the characters, especially the guy He wasn t your typical knight in shining armor from a typical romance novel He actually could have been a very real man He wasn t perfect and neither was the main female character The story line itself was fun and got pretty exciting Made me feel an urgent need to go check my credit and make sure my identity hasn t been stolen Fun book


  6. Janice Janice says:

    After reading Lady Audley s Secret, I needed something light and this one was a really fast and easy read My only complaint is that I wantedat the end Did she end up with the guy Did she adopt that baby If I knew there was going to be a sequel to this, I would have beensatisfied at the end.


  7. Alisha Alisha says:

    I almost gave it 4 stars but I m stingy with my stars This was a book about identity theft in fictional form I really enjoyed it, though I thought the end got a little overly dramatic my opinion then it just very abruptly ended, I mean VERYYYYYYY abrupt I feel like I was left hanging I had to sit there and wrap up all the loose ends in my head how I thought they should finish out I liked the chemistry between the two main characters, I wish there wasn t the whole I like you but I ju I almost gave it 4 stars but I m stingy with my stars This was a book about identity theft in fictional form I really enjoyed it, though I thought the end got a little overly dramatic my opinion then it just very abruptly ended, I mean VERYYYYYYY abrupt I feel like I was left hanging I had to sit there and wrap up all the loose ends in my head how I thought they should finish out I liked the chemistry between the two main characters, I wish there wasn t the whole I like you but I just can t right now spill, I hope I never have to deal with having kids and dating I also felt like it was trying to make you feel pity for the thief at first, almost like it was justifying it I didn t understand the whole Guatemalan war drama It s scary though how warped some people are Also, the drama with her sister was just hanging out there, it never resolved it It could be it s own book about abusive relationships Anyway, looking at all I ve written makes it sound like I didn t like it but I did overall so we will leave it at that


  8. Jen Jen says:

    I rated this book a 3.5 star rating I have read several of Josi Kilpack s books and think that she does a good job with writing books that have good LDS standards without coming across as cheesy in her writing I also liked how this book was not just a romance, but had a littleto it It talked about identity theft and had some deeper issues such as divorce, abuse and step families while still managing to throw in some romance.


  9. Ellen Ellen says:

    This was a good book and I didn t want to stop reading it until I got to the end I agree with many of the reviews I ve read in here I will say that if it was a movie I probably wouldn t have watched it due to the violence And the lecherous behavior of many of the male characters made me uncomfortable with parts of it The emotions and relationship challenges seemed pretty true to life I ve enjoyed all of the books by Josi Kilpack that I ve read so far.


  10. Elaine Elaine says:

    I felt my heart beat fast and faster as I read the book, horrified at the abilities of those who steal identities These days it is such a prevalent crime The author gives excellent advice at the close of the book with ways to avoid or deal with such crime A suggested read for all.


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