In Allison Leotta's newest novel, college student, Emily Shapiro, has disappeared after an encounter with Dylan Highsmith. Prosecutor Anna Curtis has been asked, by her former fiance, Jack, to help find the missing woman. This creates a bit of a love-triangle for Anna, who is now living with a new man named Cooper.
To add to the drama, Emily Shapiro's father is less than helpful during the search for his daughter, whom we learn may not be missing at all. The lack of a body or any evidence to indicate foul play, make Anna's efforts to question Dylan Highsmith about Emily's whereabouts are less than effective.
I've been a fan of Allison Leotta since her very first book. The Last Good Girl didn't let me down. As a former prosecutor of sex crimes, Leotta knows how the courts work. Her novels reflect her knowledge of the system, keeping the readers informed and entertained.