Missing

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
After a visit from her first love, and her ex best friend, Alyssa Monroe must return to the supernatural community she walked away from two years ago. With the help of elves, vampires, and many other supernatural races, Alyssa and her friends must risk their lives to protect their people. When her new life collides with her old one, friendships are put to the test and new relationships are formed.

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Words: 53,200
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781370191871
About Nicolle Shield

** Wattpad Featured Author **

I have loved reading for as long as I can remember. According to my parents, I had taught myself to read by the age of three, and just never stopped. I'm thankful to say that this is a hobby my son seems to have inherited too. I have always enjoyed a wide variety of books, from fantasy and sci-fi to romance and teen fiction. 

I found Wattpad one day when I was looking online for new books to read. I found my library on there full of books very quickly ​and enjoyed the fact that people can comment and get involved with the story and the author. 

After a few months of reading on the site, I decided to have a go at writing myself. Once I had an idea for a story, the characters wouldn't leave me alone until I'd finished it. In fact, they even insisted on a sequel too! I'm sure most authors will completely understand the sleepless nights caused by characters and plot lines pestering away until they are written out!

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Reviews

Review by: Mark Ash on Aug. 31, 2017 :
A very good read! Nicolle shows excellent insight into the complexities of her characters' interactions and the motives which are behind them. Believable, complex characters and a good storyline combine to produce a good book overall. The work is more character-driven than plot-driven, but only by a little way. Nice to find a work in this genre which takes this approach; it's unusual and refreshing. Looking forward to more works by Nicolle: keep up the good work!
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Review by: R. McCullough on Aug. 27, 2017 :
VERY interesting story…….
Dare I 'say' … unique?
Being an American; born and raised in the south, now transplanted to Texas; one thing I did note.
The manner of UK speech / written language meant sometimes I had to pause and 'rehash' what I just read.
Reading the story was still well worth the effort.
I partially liked that it didn't have excessive extra details which can often cause a story to drag.
I especially liked how Nicolle described Laura's finding out what a family really is; biological or not.
WELL DONE Nicolle!
PS - love the tents!
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Review by: Mike White on Aug. 18, 2017 :
This story is interesting. The prose is efficient. I appreciate that it is more character-oriented than many similar works in the genre.
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