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Lisa Unger Last Girl Ghosted

Last Girl Ghosted

Lisa Unger

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For the first time in her life, Wren Greenwood meets a man who seems caring and compassionate, possibly because he has issues in his past like she does. Their relationship grows until a message that he must disappear for a while blindsides her.

Frantic to find out what has happened to him, she discovers his social media accounts disappear, his phone no longer works, and the apartment he claimed as his own turns out to be a vacation rental. When she finds some items he left behind, she’s shocked to discover he knew about her childhood secret, something only a few people know.

Her confusion grows when a private investigator appears. He’s searching for the man she dated, only he knows him by different names. Worse, he’s looking for three girls, all who dated the man before they disappeared.

Will Wren be the last girl ghosted by the mysterious man? Who is he? And how does he know about her past?

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