Thursday, July 28, 2016

Review: Missing by Lisa Harris

The Nikki Boyd Files series by Lisa Harris just keeps getting better and better.  In Missing we have Nikki and her partner Jack called in for a couple of homicides at a home.  Questioning why they are there, they find out that the owners of the home are missing and these were the goons sent to finish them off.  This story just becomes more intense as Nikki’s love interest, widower Tyler, is found standing over a dead body on his boat.  Nikki and her team know that the first 48 hours are the most crucial; they race against time to find this couple.  However, there are some powerful and rich people behind a scandal of monstrous proportions that don’t mind keeping the body count up to finish off anyone who stands in their way. And that includes Nikki and Tyler.

This is an adrenaline rush of a read that is further complicated with Nikki’s newly discovered love for Tyler and wondering if she should tell him.  Not only dealing with that, but Nikki who is still haunted by her sister’s disappearance 10 years ago receives some unsettling news concerning that unsolved crime.  After THAT ending and after THAT excerpt of the next in the series, I can hardly wait for Pursued to be published.   Keep on writing Lisa.

I received a copy of this book for an honest review from Revell Publishing and the opinions are my own.

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