Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Book Review for "Missing" by Lisa Harris

Nikki Boyd's sister was kidnapped a decade ago. Since then she has been resolute in finding Sarah and other victims of kidnapping. However, when a case involves her close friend Tyler's family, it gets more and more dangerous to do her job.

I enjoyed reading Missing. It had a lot of twists and turns; it was exciting. The characters were well thought out, and the plot likewise. Missing was an easy summer-on-the-deck-with-a-glass-of-ice-tea kind of book. I liked the male character in Tyler because he was strong, and Nikki was a positive model for girls.

Only a few things I didn't care for in this book was that the "bad guy" was kind of predictable, and the book itself was intense, however, upon realizing the topic, it's understandable.

I received a copy of Missing by Revell Books in exchange for my honest opinion.

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