Missing YouBook - 2007
The fifth book in the 1-800-Where-R-You series by Meg Cabot, the New York Times bestselling author of the Princess Diaries series.
Ever since a lightning strike, Jessica Mastriani has had the psychic ability to locate missing people. But her life of crime-solving is anything but easy. If you had the gift, would you use it?
The fifth book in the beloved series, Missing You continues with fun adventure, crime-solving, and plenty of romance. Fans of the series will not be disappointed.
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Sexual Content: Well they make a lot of references to it. And Jess and Rob have it (but they just show that they went into her house at night and he stayed all night).
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Two years later since book 4 :Sanctuary. Jessica Mastriani has moved on with her life. Away from the government and the past. She has broken up with Rob, and now still mad at him for kissing this blond girl. She moves to New York City with Ruth to attend Julliard and such. Plus Skip (Ruth's twin) and Mike (Jess's brother) also move into their one bedroom to live on the floor and couch. Anyways they are happy and stuff until Rob suddenly comes knocking. He asks Jess to find his long lost sister Hannah. It turns out she ran off with a guy named Randy. He is twelve years (27 and she is 15) older. She met him online in some Manga (Japanese comic books) fan site. Jess pretty much drags her back to Rob's place, where she has a tantrum (like a baby). Jess finds out that Randy has been video taping his nights with not just Hannah but many other girls. She steals the tapes from the apartment and the second apartment (he's two timing), and finds tapes there too. Rob basically wants to kill Randy. Jess finds out that Randy's father (a really rich guy) is actually gay. So in the end she bribes, calls the cops, and gets Randy arrested. Jess ends up making up with Rob. She also finally finds out why he was ON PROBATION! (which is beyond funny). Then they get engaged in a odd way. And they have a happy ending!
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