The Missing One (Lost Series, #2)

The Missing One (Lost Series, #2)

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by Liz Lovelock
     
 

Everything in Melodi White’s life is finally perfect. She has an amazing man by her side, she’s made lifelong friends and she’s starting to live the life she and her twin sister Abby dreamed of. But things don’t stay perfect for long. 

Melodi lives constantly haunted by the past of her sister Abby and her ex-boyfriend Jacob. Can

Overview

Everything in Melodi White’s life is finally perfect. She has an amazing man by her side, she’s made lifelong friends and she’s starting to live the life she and her twin sister Abby dreamed of. But things don’t stay perfect for long. 

Melodi lives constantly haunted by the past of her sister Abby and her ex-boyfriend Jacob. Can Melodi and Corban move forward with their relationship when someone she never expected to see again returns, and throws them on to an emotional rollercoaster? 

With so much turmoil surrounding them, will their love be strong enough to endure when disaster strikes and Melodi is put in harms way? Will she survive or will Melodi become the missing one?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152142013
Publisher:
Liz Lovelock
Publication date:
10/20/2015
Series:
Lost Series , #2
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
13,664
File size:
379 KB

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The Missing One (Lost Series, #2) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
badkat17us More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in this series and they must be read in order to understand what is happening. This book tells the story of what happened to Abby while she was gone and everyone though she was dead. Why she left and how she faked her death. Jacob is coming after Melodi because he believes that she knows that her sister is still alive and where she is. Melodi is pregnant with twins and Corban is doing everything he can to protect her and their unborn children. Melodi has no idea that her sister is still alive until they come home to her apartment and there Abby and Blake are standing there. This book so super emotional; I felt for both Melodi and Abby. Abby felt her only option was to leave and let everyone think that she dead. Melodi is hurt and angry at her sister for letting them think that she was dead and now she is back and putting her new family in danger. They are all in danger until they can figure out where Jacob is and what he is up to. Jacob is crazy and out of control. He seems so charming at first but he is deadly. This book is kind of inspirational; reading about how Abby felt she couldn’t tell anyone or ask for help and her learning that she did have that option. That now that she is back she doesn’t have to hid, that she can take a stand and stop this once and for all. It may not be easy but she isn’t alone; she has family and friends that want to help her through this. There are some little surprise and a couple twists in this book. The book is wonderfully written and the characters are great. This book was just as good as the first one. It was great getting read about how everything happened from Abby’s perspective and having her tell Melodi about everything finally. I would love to read more about the characters in this series. I look forward to reading other books by Liz in the future. I was given this book in return for an honest review.
MJHughes12 More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars - A sweet NA romance with a really good mystery This was a nice conclusion to the mystery that started in the first book in the series, The Lost One. A good chunk of the story focuses on events from the past and the story is told from multiple points of view which does help get a better understanding of some of the characters. This is a tough review to write since there isn’t a lot I can say without there being a spoiler! The characters to me were just ok. Melodi tended to get on my nerves a bit and it’s hard for me to put my finger on exactly why that was. She was a bit immature and self-centered at times, and I was really looking for her to show some maturity as she comes to terms with the events that unfolded in the book. I really liked Jacob, he was the perfect villain – his bi-polar behavior was perfectly written into the story and really worked well. The mystery itself had some nice twists and turns, and I liked the foreshadowing from the first book that played out in this one. I do wish there was a little more resolution to what drove Jacob to behave the way he did. There was some information given about him, but I would have liked to have gotten a better understanding as to what was going on in his mind and/or what caused his behavior. There wasn’t really any heat in this story, but there was some nice sweet romance. The characters definitely fell in the New Adult category. What I liked most about the story was the mystery, the author did a really nice job with laying out the story to keep the reader engaged with finding out what would happen next or what had happened in the past. This story is about domestic violence, so I would caution anyone who is sensitive to that subject matter that you might want to skip this one. And I would definitely recommend reading book one, The Lost One, first. This was a good conclusion to the first book and I look forward to see what the author comes up with next. I received this book from the author for an honest review.