Review: Vanished by T.K. Leigh

February 13, 2017


Recommended for mature readers due to strong language and graphic violence.


Rayne Kilpatrick has everything. A job she’s dreamed of since a little girl. The perfect house. And a man she loves and is about to marry… Until he never returns from a humanitarian mission.


Gone. Disappeared. Vanished.


When footage of his gruesome murder by a Muslim extremist group is shown across the country and around the globe, she wants the person responsible for the disappearance of the man she loves to pay. She wants him to lose the one person who means the world to him, too, and she won’t stop until he does.


Alexander Burnham has everything… Finally. A job he enjoys where he can actually make a difference in the world. The perfect woman who he’s loved his entire life. And the most beautiful daughter a father could ask for… Until he walks into her bedroom one morning to find it empty.


Gone. Disappeared. Vanished.


It’s a race against the clock for Alexander to put the pieces together and find out who has taken his daughter and what they want from him. As information comes to light, he is forced to bury the guilt he feels after losing his fellow team member and focus instead on finding and saving his daughter…


Before it’s too late.


Vanished can be read in conjunction with or separate from the Beautiful Mess series.




**** 4 Star Review ****


When I went in to this book, I wasn't sure what to expect. I have read all of Leigh's books. Every last one. I have been a huge fan since she released her first book... which happened to be these very characters. Well, Alex and Olivia... But this one is set in the future. 


I will admit. I didn't know who was going to go missing in this book. You are probably wondering how since it's in the blurb. Well, I didn't read the blurb. It's T.K. Leigh. Naturally, I just wanted to read her words. I went in completely blind.


When his daughter is taken, I was shocked. I was scared. The twists and turns in this book had me flipping the pages, waiting to get to the end.


This book is definitely an emotional roller coaster and a race against time. I wish I would have had the time to devour it in one sitting. It's one of those books that you want all of the answers as soon as possible.

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