Author: Lisa Harris
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Length: 322 Pages
Release: November 2017
A copy of this novel was received through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Vanishing Point is the 4th and final book in the Nikki Boyd series by Lisa Harris. While the first three books follow Nikki's life and come from her perspective, this book starts about 10 years before the others and gets to the point of her sister's abduction, which is the reason that Nikki left her teaching career and went to the Police Academy, later joining the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's (TBI) Missing Persons task force. This is the driving point in all of the books - seeking to find what happened to her sister and helping other families in the same situation as hers at the same time. Although this book introduces new characters - those who were working the case when her sister was abducted - and works primarily around their story, the last 3rd of the book takes place in modern day. Though Nikki is more of a background character in this book, we still get some closure on her story - we find out how things turn out with Tyler (her love interest in the other books) and most importantly, we find out what happened to Sarah all those years ago. This book is filled with action, suspense, romance and deep emotional turmoil. The characters are well developed and easy to like and the book was very well written. Because of the suspenseful nature, it was a pretty quick read as well. While this one could easily stand alone and be enjoyed on its own basis, if you plan to read the other books, I would recommend reading this one last as it does spoil some of the major plot points in the other books. I really enjoyed this one and would highly recommend to anyone who enjoys a good clean romantic suspense/thriller.