Lost and Found (Growing Pains #1)

Lost and Found (Growing Pains #1)

by Willow Summers

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BN ID: 2940152739145
Publisher: Hazy Dawn Press, Inc
Publication date: 10/28/2015
Series: Willow Summers's Growing Pains Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 13,863
File size: 745 KB

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Lost and Found (Growing Pains #1) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Slow going and all the way thru. I felt that there was no romance and the book was pretty much about her starting her career. I know the book is a starter for the series but it made me not want to read the next one. Not her best book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very long spaces between interesting areas.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dislike books that start a story and then require you to buy the next two or three books to complete the storyline. Starts out talking about her ex boyfriend and leaves that hanging until later books. I do not recommend this unless you like being forced to read additional books to complete a story line.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book just dragged. It was slow, boring, and had no romance at all. It was supposed to be about an abusive ex but the ex was only mentioned in the first chapter. It was so boring i found myself skipinng pages. Do not waste your time with this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have no idea why this book has such low reviews. I read all the time, every extra moment that I have I read a book, and I can pretty much tell by the first couple of pages if I will continue to read it. This book kept my attention and I read it in one sitting. Don't let the low reviews fool you. Get this book and read it I guarantee that you will love it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed it. Quirky main character. A little drama. Serial tension.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Like an incomplete sentence, felt like an incomplete storyline...and the nerve to have a cliffhanger ending.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Wow. I had a hard time putting it down. Very disappointed in Sean though, to want someone as much as he wants Krista he can screw anyone else shows men have no scruples. Makes me angry. I think Krista should find someone else, someone who will take care of her without other women getting in the way.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read. Made me laugh and kept my attention.
Julie_R_Evans-Artist More than 1 year ago
Absolutely Delightful. I loved it! I found it absolutely delightful! After reading Lost and Found (Growing Pains #1), I immediately ordered the next two books to complete the series (#2 & #3). I could not have been happier with this series and read the approximately 912 pages in one week. It was smart writing, with a story that detailed friendships (old, new, and forming), the struggle to rebuild one’s life (two characters have turbulent beginnings--one in childhood and one in love), and lasting relationships that are formed in life. It capitalized on how each of us view how we relate to our world and our relationships from our prior life's experiences, good or bad, and how that can sometimes be problematic. Spoiler alert: While office romance is generally frowned upon, the slow pace Sean and Krista get to know and trust each other, while having their own secret and not-so-secret thoughts, looks, and some actions steaming up their interactions builds excitement with anticipation and hope that they will unite. There is so much they like about each other, starting with how hot they each look to the other and ending with the many other things that drive men and women wild (maybe even being hard to get, right!). After a brief and happy union, hell breaks loose and each is disappointed with directions they next take. The description of loss, art/office/research projects, and office politics had me turning pages throughout. It was NOT FULL of mostly "hot and heavy" sex scenes, but the ones that were there provided icing on a very well-made cake. The time passing between romantic interludes was filled with fascinating office and personal events that mirrored the idea that growing pains take some time. The leading character Krista was a strong, smart, hard-working woman who stepped past taking "crap" from men while finding meaning in her life. Her quirky ways only further made her endearing. Her friends and closest co-workers were also loveable characters who I would feel right at home around and would love to meet. This book was steady to fast-paced and enticed me to keep reading. The characters were complex, yet the writing focused primarily on the main characters, leading me to think there may be other books that highlight a friend or two's romance. I appreciated the twists, surprises, and thoughtfulness to this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good storyline. Krista and Sean were too funny. He is also running from something. We know has been hurt by an abusive ex. Sean has something going on that has him running through women.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok, is a long drawn out cliffhanger . At times was hard to get through but I managed . Two people who danced around their attraction to each other, to be continued .