One of my 2019 New Year's resolutions is to read two books per month (24 total for the year). The first book I read on my quest was Ghosted by Rosie Walsh. A friend lent me her copy, and after her solid review, I was excited to get started.
The books tells the story of Sarah and Eddie, two strangers who meet and quickly begin a whirlwind, week-long romance. Certain she has just met the man of her dreams, Sarah becomes alarmed and concerned when all of a sudden her calls, texts and Facebook messages to Eddie are being ignored.
Now, I know what you're thinking - he's just not that into you. And Sarah's friends tried to drag her to toward accepting that same conclusion, but something keeps nagging at her, telling her there's more to the story.
Without giving anything away, it turns out Sarah and Eddie aren't strangers (though it takes some time for this realization to occur) and his decision to keep his distance has nothing to do with a lack of interest. Eddie is torn between the overwhelming feeling of joy he has when he's with Sarah, and the harsh reality of their intertwined past.
Ghosted is an excellent plane book, because you won't want to put it down until you solve the mystery. You'll race through all 337 pages, itching for the big reveal.
Fun fact: Ghosted is the book's title in the United States, but in the United Kingdom, it's called The Man Who Didn't Call.
I've seen photos of the book cover all of Instagram. Tell me, did you read Ghosted? What did you think?
*Image courtesy of Bookaholic Belle.