Missing Her by J. L. Willow Review

When I first heard about Missing Her, I was intrigued. I was lucky enough to be a part of the Street Team for the book and received an ARC from the author. Even though the book is fairly short, I was engrossed in the story. The storyline was suspenseful and even included a little bit of paranormal. I'm usually not a big fan of paranormal but in Missing Her, it fit right in the story.

The author does a great job in taking the reader through a roller-coaster ride in the minds of the characters and you can't help but fly through the pages to try to solve the mystery. A big part of the book was predictable but there were still twists and turns that I didn't see coming.

I'm impressed by the work the young author put together and I will definitely read her future books. 

My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Here's a quick synopsis:
Vanessa Stockton and her best friend Eliza are inseparable. They’re living the best years of their lives, enjoying high school, boyfriends and planning for their futures. All that changes, though, when Eliza goes out to a party and never makes it home. Months pass without a break in the case, until one day Vanessa wakes up . . . in Eliza’s mind. Even more disturbing, she discovers she’s woken up two days before Eliza goes missing. Vanessa has no choice but to relive her best friend’s memories leading up to the disappearance and discover the truth about what happened before time runs out. But is the past set in stone? Or can Vanessa save her friend from an unspeakable fate? (Reference : Goodreads)

Happy reading,

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