Can true love prevail when the real and online worlds collide? Perfect for the fans of Miranda Dickenson and Paige Toon.
Melissa Riva works in Milan as a university researcher. After buying an iPad at auction, she finds it contains files belonging to its previous owner.
Fascinated by the beautiful photographs of romantic landscapes and views of the city, she starts her search for the previous owner. Locating him through Facebook, Melissa can't resist contacting him.
Melissa and Riccardo begin chatting online. Both of them becoming increasingly dependent on this strange relationship, though acutely aware that it's only likely to remain a virtual one.
But when real life bursts in on their digital world, they can't resist revealing their true feelings...
What readers are saying about LOST AND FOUND:
'Well written with great characters'
'A light entertaining read ... Perfect for a long train journey or in the garden on a hot sunny day'
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About the Author
Danielle Ryan is a bestselling author in Italy. Her debut novel Finding You reached no. 1 on Italian Amazon.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The premise of this book intrigued me because I have had similar situations so I was curious to see the outcome of this particular one. After purchasing an iPad Melissa discovers the previous owner has left some pictures on it. Nothing ‘naughty’ just scenic landscapes etc but enough to pique her interest and go on a voyage of tracking the owner. Technology is wonderful and she soon finds a link with the help of google that matches one of the pictures to a Facebook profile. Mel then embarks on making contact and discovers Leo. They flit between messaging each other with the assumption it is purely an online connection. As the story progresses and the relationship changes we begin to delve into their backgrounds. It took a while for me to get into this, at first I wasn’t entirely clear who Mel was chatting to. Maybe that is the whole mystery behind it, once it became apparent that Leo/Riccardo had issues it all fell into place. Not wanting to add any spoilers just enjoy this as two strangers striking up a friendship and watch how far it goes. Who would you trust on the internet? Mel is almost too trusting, she appears sweet and very accepting of circumstances further into the book. Leo should have been a strong male lead but there was something about him that irked me. Bianca is a total b*tch! As a light entertaining read this was enjoyable. My favourite parts were in fact the Facebook messages the pair share, very cute to see how a virtual ‘relationship’ can develop. Perfect for a long train journey or in the garden on a hot sunny day. I do like the cover that sums up the situation perfectly. Thanks to the author, Netgalley and Aria for my copy. I read and reviewed voluntarily.