Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Review: Gone Without A Trace by:Patricia Bradley

Gone Without a Trace (Logan Point, #3)
About the Book:
It's been more than two years since homicide detective Livy Reynolds's cousin disappeared from Logan Point. Unlike most people in her hometown, Livy has never believed that Robyn left voluntarily. When Dallas private investigator Alex Jennings contacts Livy concerning a missing senator's daughter who was last seen in Logan Point, she notices eerie similarities between the two disappearances. But with self-doubt plaguing her and an almost instant dislike of Jennings, Livy is finding this investigation an uphill battle. With her future in law enforcement on the line, can she find a way to work with a man who is her polar opposite?

My Review:
Two years ago, homicide detective Livy Reynolds's cousin disappeared. With no evidence to follow and a warning to stay away, Livy's family believe this is what she wanted. Since then, Livy has went through quite the experience. Having shot and killed a nineteen year old kid, who was caring a toy gun and switch blade, Livy keeps replaying the scene in her mind. If only he would have listened to her pleas to put the gun down, if only she would have noticed that it was a toy gun. But no matter what she wishes, the boy is dead and his family, beyond mad.

Alex Jennings, Dallas personal investigator, is in search of a senator's missing daughter and Logan Point doesn't seem to know a thing. Pretty Livy Reynolds, has experienced this sort of thing before with her cousin's disappearance. The thing is she doesn't seem to be willing to help, unless he tries to find a few leads on her cousin. With everything up in the air, Livy and Alex must agree to work together, before someone else gets hurt.

Gone Without A Trace is book three in Patricia Bradley's epic series, Logan Point. I just adore Patricia's books. I've know officially read all three books, in the series and I can't wait to see what's next! And I assure you, when you read her books, you wont be able to stop.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Revell.