My #BookReview for the incredible #LastGirlGhosted by @Lisaunger @harpercollinsuk @netgalley

Title – Last Girl Ghosted
Author – Lisa Unger
Publisher – Harper Collins Uk
Pages – 400
My Rating – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

You trusted him with your secret … and then he vanished.

When Wren Greenwood meets a good-looking stranger from a dating app, she expects a casual fling – but they connect immediately. Adam Harper is her perfect match.

She falls for him.

She confides in him.

And then he disappears… his profile deleted, his phone disconnected, his Manhattan apartment emptied.

First, Wren blames herself. Then she hears about the other girls – girls who fell in love with Adam, and are now missing.

Wren needs answers, but as she follows the breadcrumb trail Adam left behind, it leads back to her own dark past. Suddenly she’s no longer sure if she’s predator or prey.

She only knows one thing, whatever it takes she’ll be the last girl he ever ghosts.

WOW!! What a book, this was a unique voice, captivating and a definite can not put down from the start. This book has me fully invested and to hell with everything else until I was finished.

The story mainly followed main character Wren, she had a busy life but had been through a hell of a trauma when she was younger, she used the trauma for good and helped whoever she could. She was an amazing character, vibrant and life-like – someone you would chose to become a good friend. Her downfall was her loneliness – and falling for that one guy. We have all been there though right? Fallen for the wrong one? Ok, but maybe not to this extent!!

Wren has fallen and now he is gone, and her world as she knows it just gets darker and darker and starts tumbling out of her control until she is stuck and is in desperate need for help.

As I said earlier, this book was so unique in the writing style – I have only read one other book similar to this style and it was my favourite read last year. The story was told from many different character views as well as the main character Wren. It was incredibly fast paced throughout, incredibly hooking until the very last word.

I would like to thank NetGalley and the Publisher for my copy of this Ebook in exchange for my honest review … and I would like to recommend this book to anyone who loves an edge of your seat thriller. Big Bravo to the author. I can not wait to see what she writes next.

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