Book Review: Ghosted by Rosie Walsh

Book Review

4.5/5

Book Rating

Ghosted is a modern twist on the psychological twisty thrillers! I absolutely loved this book. At first, I didn’t think it was something that I’d truly enjoy, but once I cracked this book open, I couldn’t stop! I stayed up past 1 AM in order to get further into it, and TBH, I totally tried to skip ahead to figure out what exactly was going on and how it would end. I also canceled some engagements and came home early to get to read more, and postponed driving home to try to squeeze more reading time in. Anyway, you could say I was addicted.

QUICK SYNOPSIS: Sarah meets Eddie shortly after her divorce and spends seven bliss-filled days with him. Everything is perfect, or so it seems. Then, he disappears. Secret-filled and packed with twists and turns, Ghosted is the perfect modern-day love story.

I love this book because everyone has heard stories about being “ghosted”. Thank goodness I am married and don’t have to deal with that because I would seriously go insane (probably along the lines of how Sarah handled it). Walsh took this idea of ghosting and built a wonderful plot around it–she filled with many more secrets than the normal ghosting, I’m sure, and turned it into a really great plot for this book!

Like I said, I didn’t expect to like this book so much. I was very pleasantly surprised and would recommend this book to anyone looking for something that packs a little romance, mystery, and plot twists.

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