Rose Harrington is planning a vacation, but first, she decides to have a brief fling with the man she meets at the farmers' market. Her friend, P.I. Shaughnessy Flynn, promised her late mother that he'd watch out for her and worries when she doesn't contact him. Thus starts the investigation as Flynn tries to find his missing friend. I found the story slow at the beginning, but it soon picks up speed to a satisfying conclusion. Some aspects of the crime were telegraphed early, but I didn't mind as the characters are fascinating and the story is well-told. It's a quick read and a good thriller.
I when I first started I thought it was slow, but then I realized it was me and I just wanted to hurry up and find out what was going on. I had trouble putting it down and there was a couple of unexpected twists which were good for the story. This is a suspense/mystery, love (not romance) and forgive story. The author has a different style than I was used to by writing in short sentences. At first I was thinking choppy but then it seemed more of a style that gave the story a certain feel because in occurred more so in the beginning of the story which makes me think that she did it with purpose. There were things that Rose did that I thought were not too smart or in line with her independent personality that was portrayed, but you must read the whole story to get the story and it all tied together at the end. So in the end I understood Rose's choices. Highly recommend to read. I received this book for free and voluntarily reviewed it.
The Heart of the Missing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go until the last. The characters are well-written with strong points and foibles everyone can relate to. Plenty of suspense and action. I most definitely recommend this for readers who are looking for a tense, suspenseful ride. This one fully delivers. I received a free copy for proofreading purposes and decided to review.
I received an arc of this book for honest review. Never read anything by this author before. The storyline e starts off real slow but as you got towards The middle where Rose disappears it picks up rapidly and doesn't slow down. Surprising twists and turns in this book