Book Review: The Missing

The Missing (Birthright #2) by Necole Ryse: Reeling from her boyfriend's disappearance, Raevyn Jones is shocked to learn that she is considered suspect number one. To make matters worse, rumors are swirling that golden boy, Jeffrey Donnelly, isn't just missing...he may never be coming back.

And Raevyn is being framed.

Her second semester at Benjamin Wallace Fitzgerald University, the nation's first Ivy League institution for African Americans, is full of twists and turns.

Soon Raevyn will learn not to trust anyone, not even the people she calls friend.

Toni's thoughts: I have really mixed emotions about this book. There is nothing bad about it but on the other hand it wasnt an exceptional book to me. The book was very well written and has a good story line I just couldn't connect to and fall in love with this book like I did the first one in the trilogy. I would find myself starting to get lost in it but then it would just kind of fall flat for me. I think what bothered me is the times she has a way of finding out who was in the picture and find out what happened to her boyfriend and then she would just do something else and then in the next chapter it was all she could think about and then drop it again. The book just felt like it was jumping too much. I did like that it did answer most of the questions that you had.

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