The Other Side of Disappearing (Paperback)
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The Other Side of Disappearing (Paperback)

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Published: 26/03/2024
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'Poignant, observant, tender, and deeply romantic. This book is everything' CHRISTINA LAUREN

From the acclaimed author of Georgie, All Along and Love Lettering, a pitch-perfect, radiantly transporting love story about an unexpected road trip, true crime obsessions, and hard won vulnerability . . .

Hairstylist Jess Greene has spent the last decade raising her younger half-sister, Tegan - and keeping a shocking secret. The boyfriend her reckless mother ran away with is actually an accomplished con man and subject of a wildly popular podcast, The Last Con of Lynton Baltimore.

Now thirty-one, Jess didn't bargain on Tegan eventually piecing together the connection for herself. But Tegan plans to do exactly what Jess has always feared - leave their safe, stable home to search for their mother - and she'll be accompanied by the prying podcast host and her watchful, handsome producer, Adam. Unwilling to let the sister she's spent so much of her life protecting go it alone, Jess reluctantly joins them.

Together, the four make their way across the country, unravelling the mystery of where the couple disappeared to and why. But soon Jess is discovering other things too. Like a renewed sense of vulnerability and curiosity, and a willingness to expand beyond the walls she's so carefully built. And in Adam, she finds an unexpected connection she didn't even know was missing, if only she can let go and let him in . . .

Why readers love Kate Clayborn ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐!

'A glorious feat and a must read' TESSA BAILEY

'You get everything with this book: the most tender of love stories, a complicated relationship between sisters, and an engrossing mystery you won't be able to put down' CARLEY FORTUNE

'Totally original and so romantic . . . the moving love story I'm always looking for' BETH O'LEARY

'Kate Clayborn delivers another masterclass in romance' ALICIA THOMPSON

'A delight from beginning to end and beyond' JULIA WHELAN

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780349440125
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 260 g
Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 34 mm


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Poignant, observant, tender, and deeply romantic, The Other Side of Disappearing is a genre-bending triumph. Clayborn takes what she does best and goes deeper, deftly braiding mystery and family drama with an absorbing romance in her trademark lyrical voice. This book is everything; Jess and Adam own my whole heart - Christina Lauren

I laughed and swooned and cried, then came away with indelible memories of unforgettable characters who jumped off the page and into my heart. A delight from beginning to end and beyond - Julia Whelan

Totally original and so romantic, The Other Side of Disappearing gave me the moving love story I'm always looking for - Beth O’Leary

With her signature beautifully crafted prose, Kate Clayborn delivers another masterclass in romance with The Other Side of Disappearing. I fell completely in love with prickly, private Jess and Adam, the big-hearted giant of a man who's gone for her from the start. I was so intrigued to follow the clues about what happened in the past, but so, so invested in Jess and Adam building a future together in a way that was careful and tender and achingly true. I never disappear into a book the way I do into Clayborn's - Alicia Thompson

You get everything with this book: the most tender of love stories, a complicated relationship between sisters, and an engrossing mystery you won't be able to put down - Carley Fortune

A glorious feat and a must read - Tessa Bailey

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“It was okay, but not one of her best - a little depressing”

Jess and Teegan's mother eloped with a notorious man and left her children. Jess was 21 and Tegan was only 8 years old. Jess had raised her young sister alone, and then she gets a shock: Teegan has left school... More

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“Comforting & cathartic”

Following the heroine’s journey to healing and stability, this novel was a quietly powerful read. The tender romance threaded through felt like a much-needed balm for all her past hurt.

Would I recommend?... Yes,... More

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“Romantic, tender, and vulnerable!”

There’s something about Kate’s books that just makes me ache. Her slow burns and luscious romances always hit the spot.

Also, the way she writes such achingly tender passages that speak to my soul needs to be... More

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