- File Size: 3043 KB
- Print Length: 167 pages
- Publisher: Liz Lovelock; 1 edition (October 20, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 20, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B012V2IBYG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,426 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Missing One (Lost Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The Missing One leaves off where The Lost One left off. So i recommend that you read it first.
This story had me hooked from the beginning. The suspense, angst, love and second chances are all there.
Melodi and Corban have so much love for one another that it just jumps right off the pages, same for Abby and Blake. These men will do everything and anything to protect them. These men just melted my heart. An the last 3 to 4 chapters had my heart pounding. The epilogue just ahh i have no words.
I hope we get to read more from this author, her words just fly off the pages making you want to read faster.
Melodi has the man of her dreams, she's pregnant and she's just had her sister walk back into her life. But it's not all happy reunions and such as they still have the black cloud called Jacob to deal with.
Liz Lovelock writes a fantastic series that really gives you all the feelings in a rollercoaster ride of emotions
Well this one starts off right were we left off in The Lost One. After finding out that her sister Abby is actually still alive, and in her apartment to boot, I’m not at all surprised that she fainted. Her emotions are going to be all over the place already after finding out she is pregnant – with twins no less – so you can forgive her reaction after seeing her sister again when she thought she was dead. Lets hope that she can forgive her sister for putting her and their parents through it all. But trust me she had a very good reason and when you are backed into a corner some times the crazy plans are the only ones you have left.
Even though the blurb suggests that the story is still going to revolve solely around Melodi and her relationship with Corban it is actually more focused on the back-story of Abby and how she has got to the place she is today. I did like how the story was laid out though and found it flowed nicely. While Abby is telling the story to her sister you are almost reliving the moments right alongside her with the flashbacks. With what she went through you can see why she would need to escape the clutches of her ex Jacob – who was and still is a complete control freak psycho! From how he was back then I really think that if she had waited any longer to leave then what her family thought has happened to her might have turned into reality.
With the flashbacks you get to see how Blake played a major part in her escape, he saved her in more ways than one. Not just from saving her physically from her ex but also by getting rid of the mental hold he had over her by making her believe she wasn’t worth anything.Read more ›
Since the characters are all the same in this book, with the exception that it’s told from Abby’s point of view instead of Melodi’s, it is still an absorbing read. As I stated in my review for the first book, The Lost One, I was really interested to read Abby’s view of things even though it was Melodi’s story. I wanted the inside peek on what I considered the bigger story as that’s what drove Melodi to do everything she did throughout the first book—everything she did, she did for Abby.
The Missing One is a heartfelt tale that brings the love of two sisters forced apart back together and expanded again. This book is a constant read; if one puts it down, I’d find it hard to leave. It is ensnaring and a thrilling page-turner. From Abby’s point of view, we get her side of things and why everything happened the way it did and why she did it. The story goes deeper than what Melodi ever thought it did and, by reading Abby’s side of things, the reader gets to go through that story and see it for themselves, along with the characters.
Along with the theme of love and hope throughout these novels, is the theme of family and what people will go through for their families. Not only do the sisters have each other, they have boyfriends and are learning how to start families of their own. They also have their parents and their love for one another throughout the book is astounding because they never give up on one another. That’s what love is. That’s what family is. Lovelock writes a wonderful story with these two books.Read more ›
I was given this book in return for an honest review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would recommend this series even though it is short for anyone to read it had love and action all in one I would like to have my own CorbanPublished 21 days ago by Sarah
This book is a great read and let's you know that you can overcome anythingPublished 25 days ago by als1168
For three years Melodi had thought that she had lost the one thing in her life that was most important to her - her other half, her twin sister Abby when she disappeared from the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Paula L. Phillips
I really loved this conclusion. I am again struck with not wanting to give anything away. A single word could be a spoiler. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Smut Hut Books
I received a complimentary copy of this book through Crazy Cajun Book Addicts for an honest review.
I was so excited when this book landed on my kindle after the... Read more
If you are anything like me, you would have finished “The Lost One” with lots of questions racing through your brain. I also wanted to read the next book immediately. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Karen Lea