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Losing Kate by Kylie Kaden
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Mar 01, 2014

it was amazing


This is quite an incredible story and for a "first time" author quite remarkable.
For thirteen years Frankie and Jack were inseparable friends until Kate entered their school and their lives.
Kate became great friends with Frankie and Jack becoming an item with the latter which didn't help the friendship as Frankie
had feelings for Jack herself. One night during a trip beach camping Kate disappeared and then the rot set in.
Even after an intense police search with many questions being asked Kate was never found. Who held the secret
behind this puzzling mystery? Jack a brief suspect moved away to escape all the innuendo and nasty glances.

Now many years later Frankie is nearly 30 having never married as he feelings for Jack never truly wavered.
An auction of the property behind hers stirs much guilt and pain once she discovers the buyer is Jack-complete with
family. Will they still suppress the story of Kate or open up to ease the pressures of guilt?

The whole saga makes for an amazing read and nail biting mystery complete with an incredible twist in the final pages.
The entire process of travelling from the past to the present is seemless and professionally handled.
A great story to acquaint yourself with and one I have no hesitation in recommending.
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Reading Progress

March 1, 2014 – Shelved
March 1, 2014 – Shelved as: to-read
March 26, 2014 – Started Reading
April 7, 2014 – Finished Reading

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