The Day We Disappeared by Lucy Robinson

Dear Reader,


Annie has a secret. But if she's not going to tell, we won't either. It's a heart-breaking secret she wishes she didn't have - yet Annie isn't broken, not quite yet. Especially now there's someone out there who seems determined to fix her.

Kate has run away. But she's not going to tell us why - that would defeat the point of running, wouldn't it? It's proving difficult to reinvent herself, however, with one person always on her mind.

Scratch beneath the surface and nobody is really who they seem. Even Annie and Kate, two old friends, aren't entirely sure who they are any more. Perhaps you can work it out, before their pasts catch up with them for good . . .

A gripping and unpredictable story of two young women running from their pasts. We defy you to guess the twist . . .


I cannot begin to tell you how much I enjoyed this book. I mean wow - where to start!

This is one of those books that would be very easy to spoil so I cannot give too much away. There is a great cast of characters all of which have been well developed. It is written from a dual perspective alternating between Kate and Annie who are harbouring their own secrets but Lucy isn't going to tell us so our investigative skills will be put to the test.

We meet Kate first who starts as a trainee at a stable yard but she has no experience of horses but has to make a go of it as she has nowhere else to go and no one must find out where she is.

Annie, a masseuse, who after a tragic incident during her childhood has never been the same but when she meets the handsome Stephen, suddenly she feels that good things are finally happening but it is all a bit quick?

This was such a clever and riveting story with an amazing plot and the twist had me sitting up straight and gobsmacked! If you have not read this book yet then put it on your 'to read' list immediately it will not disappoint


Kind regards,

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