For most of Candace’s life she never felt like she completely belonged. But nothing could prepare her for the shocking discovery that her parents have been concealing the truth about who she is and where she came from her entire life.
Feeling like her world has been turned upside down, and unable to trust the people she’s closest to, Candace runs away...right into the arms of an alluring stranger.
But while Candace and Toby have an undeniable connection, it's less certain what the future holds for them as Candace’s family and Toby’s less-than-legal lifestyle threaten to rip them apart.
As things start to spiral out of control, Candace must fight to understand her own identity...and who she can truly rely on.
Missing At 17 really wasn’t the right book for me. First of all, I was expecting an intense thriller, but the story was more of a relaxed contemporary. That would be fine if a) I had been expecting it, and b) it was written well. But it wasn’t.
I also hated the romance in this book. The male love interest comes off as controlling and overbearing, and I couldn’t get over my dislike for him. I was expecting the author to address these character traits and have the main character grow from the relationship, but instead it was portrayed as an epic and tragic love story. I wasn’t happy with that at all.
Missing At 17 was a pretty standard contemporary, with no twists or turns, and a disappointing ending. The whole thing felt very emotionless and linear, and it doesn’t offer anything new.