ARC BOOK REVIEW: Little Girl Gone by Amanda Stevens


Publication Date: December 28, 2021
Format: Paperback
Genre:  psychological thriller romance

Publisher: Harlequin
236 pages
Buy:  Kindle Paperback 


Nothing matters more to her

when a child's life is at stake.   

Special agent Thea Lamb returns to her hometown to search for a child whose disappearance echoes a twenty-eight-year-old cold case—her twin sister's abduction. Working with her former partner, Jake Stillwell, Thea must overcome the pain, doubt and guilt that have tormented her for years and denied her a meaningful relationship. For both Thea and Jake, the job always came first…until now.  

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I received a free copy of this book from the publisher through in exchange for an honest review.

Thea returns to her hometown to support her mother and to help with the investigation into a missing child.  Her former partner and "friend with benefits", Jake is heading the investigation and Thea can't help realizing that her feelings for Jake are more than what she wanted them to be and it seems Jake may feel the same way.  As the investigation into the missing girl continues it brings back memories of her twin sister who disappeared when they were young children, her body never found. 

This was a creepy mystery that wraps up but has a sequel with some of the same characters (John Doe Cold Case by Amanda Stevens). I really enjoyed the mystery and its a quick read.  I have enjoyed many of Amanda Stevens gothic romance mysteries.  This is a nice easy read for the crazy holiday season. 

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