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Posted August 1, 2013
This is another sweet, clean romance in the Aliso Creek series. These are short stories and can easily by read in a few hours. I like that in this story, the main character comes to realize that she has been pre-judging the male interest. I think we often have preconceived notions about people and it is a good lesson to accept people for what they are, not what we think they are. This story has a sweet ending and I will admit that I wished there was more. However, that is one of the things about these short stories that I like, there is more on the horizon, it is just the beginning of something wonderful.
Warnings: Child abandonment, divorce
As far as clean factor, I would let my 15 year old read this story. However, it is definitely adult and I do not think she would appreciate the story the way an adult would.
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Posted April 25, 2013
I have read all of the Aliso Creek Novellas by Heather Moore so far. They do not have to be read in order but each book tells a story about one of “the Five”-Liz, Gemma, Arie, Jess and Dres-who have been friends since high school.
“Lost then found” is the story of Arie who is a business professional. She meets this man, Dustin who appears to be a little arrogant and tries to win Arie’s attention immediately. This novella has a cute ending but these books always leave me wanting more!! I like that the author is writing more novellas so she can tie in some of the characters in the other story lines so I’m not left wondering what happens to them after the book ends.
Heather Moore is a wonderful writer and there hasn’t been a single book that I’ve read by her that I haven’t enjoyed!!