A cleverly plotted romantic thriller filled with scandalous twists and turns and a juicy central mystery, Ghosted proves impossible to put down as readers race to seek the closure and resolution (and perhaps the happy ending) that Walsh’s heroine so desperately desires. Deliciously addictive, surprising and sentimental, Ghosted is a must-read for fans of Liane Moriarty and Jojo Moyes, or any reader who knows that the course of true love never did run smooth.
Her quest to find him [Eddie] doesn’t border on obsession, it is obsession. Now, if you think as I do that perhaps Eddie has an extremely good reason for never contacting the stalkerish Sarah again, then you do not want to pick up Ghosted. But if you’re a nicer, more romantic soul, you might enjoy this book. Walsh has a good ear for dialogue, and the mystery behind Eddie’s disappearance is a particularly satisfying one.
It's happened to so many women: they have a fantastic connection with a guy and then he disappears ... Rosie Walsh's Ghosted takes this premise and refuses to let it go, in a gripping and surprising romantic suspense story ... the story takes a surprising turn. This novel is, at heart, a love story ... You won't want to put it down.