I did NOT see that coming! A Person Could Disappear Here is the first book I have read by Terri George, and it left me blown away. I will offer a trigger warning, as it is a story of a woman who is kidnapped, and kept locked up and sexually abused. The story alternates views between Abbey, who is the prisoner, and her best friend Cristina, who is on a mission to rescue her. Abbey and Cristina are like sisters, and live together in London. Abbey has an online relationship with a man, Jensen, and decides to fly to Denver to meet him in person. He seems amazing at first, until he takes her to his grandfather’s house in the middle of nowhere in Nebraska. He takes her phone, and her falling off the grid is what raises alarm in Cristina. She decides to travel to the US with her brother, in search of Abbey. The story has a lot of suspense and I didn’t want to put it down. The ending is not what I expected, and I’m not sure how I feel about it. However, I highly recommend it. It was well written and heartfelt. The characters and their relationships are wonderful. Cant wait to discover more by Terri George.
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