When the dust settles, Nikki discovers that the woman who had been seated next to her on the plane is missing–and no one will admit she was ever there. Then she learns that Erika Hamilton had been flying to Nashville with an air marshal as a key witness in an upcoming grand jury trial. Nikki wonders if her disappearance from the crash site means she’s running from trouble or straight into it. Before Nikki can even see her family or recover from the crash, she and her team are pulled into a missing persons case where the motives are as unclear as the suspects. Can she get to Erika before anyone else does?
Bestselling and award-winning author Lisa Harris has planted danger around every turn in this can’t-put-it-down thrill ride that will leave you stunned.
Hey, guys! So, yeah, it’s been a while. I’ve gotten really busy and a bit behind on my reviewing. But I’m back!
Today’s book was really interesting. I loved the plot line. The characters were really cool too!
I loved the plotline… searching, searching, grasping, and finally, the thriller ending. I thought it was interesting the way that Harris strategically laid the evidence, making it stretch until the very last chapter. I loved that. Erika, my friends, is a very hard person to find. And Lily is even harder to find.
The characters were personable and interesting. I liked learning more about them through this book. Nikki was driven, her team was fun, and the bad guys… well they were motivated. Quite interestingly motivated, lol. But that only made it fun.
Her relationship… well, I’ve begun to see more of these. A friend or sibling dies, and then one of the characters falls for their widow(er). The relationships always set me off a little bit, mostly because I’m not sure how I would do that. Obviously I love my siblings and friends, but then somehow I get over their deaths and marry the person they loved? I’m not sure I could do that without seeing them in their spouse… but, I mean, the book characters seem to be doing it fine, so… I don’t know.
I liked the way the story started, and the ending was slightly sad, but also heartwarming. I think it’ll be a good read for any sort of day. If you ever get a chance to pick it up at your library… be sure to do so! I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
*I recieved a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review. All opinions are my own.*
This month is National Foster Care Month, so with each post, I’m going to include a quote about foster care or adoption.