Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Review: Missing by Lynette Eason

Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Love Inspired
About the Book:

Her daughter is the most important person in Lacey Gibson's world. So when the girl disappears, Lacey will do anything to find her. Even track down a man she hasn't seen in sixteen years--U.S. Marshall Mason Stone, the father of her child.

Mason was perfectly content with his life until Lacey arrived. Her confession that their daughter--the daughter he didn't know they had--is missing shakes his carefully controlled world. But there's no time to adjust as they race to find their child, catch the kidnappers...and learn whether they can have a second chance at happily-ever-after.

My Rating & Thoughts:    

We meet Mason Stone who is a U.S Marshall and Lacey Gibson. Early on we learn that Lacey and Mason were high school sweethearts until something happened that caused a rift between them. She left town and now it's 16 years later and she's come back. The story opens with her arriving on Mason's doorstep and asking for his help because her 15-year-old daughter has gone missing through the course of that conversation we realized that this daughter is Mason's daughter who he never knew about. I do not enjoy the secret child storyline. She only tells him now because their daughter is missing. As he is a U.S Marshall he has connections with the police station and can get an investigation started right away. Can they put aside the tension between them to find their daughter? The poor kid, she is on the run after escaping her kidnapper and is avoiding returning home because of threats from the kidnapper. I had no idea who was after her. I had my suspicions due to some comments that were made but wasn’t 100 percent sure if I was correct. There is a little bit of faith in the here, the two main characters were once Christians who had fallen away but are now rediscovering their faith. It talks about forgiveness and moving forward. This had a nice mix of suspense and romance. 

(I purchased my copy of this bookopinions expressed 
in this review are my honest opinion and completely my own.)


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