by J. S. Scott, Lane Parker

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A sexy, moody, broody mountain man who only wants his solitude. A city woman trying to find herself in the backwoods. One horrible rock slide that leaves the two strangers stuck together...whether they want to be or not.

I've been holed up in my crappy, one room cabin in the back country of Colorado for so long that I'm basically not even human anymore. And I'm not here because I have to be. I'm not some crazy prepper who thinks the apocalypse is coming, and I'm not running from the law.

I'm just an artist who gets lost in the creation of my wood sculptures, and I'm alone because I like it this way. I do my best work when I'm separated from the rest of the world And for the most part, people suck, and there isn't anybody back in civilization who will ever notice that I'm not there anyway.

I'm so far off the beaten path that it's rare for me to see another human at all, and I'm perfectly fine with that...until Keeley Norton comes crashing into my solitary life--literally.

It isn't like I really want to rescue the woman and haul her back to my cabin. But I can't leave her on the side of the mountain injured, either. I might be a surly jerk, but even I can't be that heartless.

Basically, I'm screwed in more ways than one.

Luckily, she only has to be stuck with me for a few days. I can handle that, right? Even if I don't want her in my cabin, what can happen in forty-eight hours?

Problem is, I didn't count on the way she makes me feel every time I look into her sexy, smoldering dark eyes. All I really want to do is nail her. Against the wall. Bent over my rickety table. Any time or any place is fine with me. And believe me, I fantasize about every single location as the hours tick by.

My plan is to just ignore her until she can get back to her own place, but that idea isn't working out so well.

Turns out, Keeley isn't a woman who is easily ignored.

She's beautiful.

She's sexy.

She's smart.

She's chatty -- which really should drive me crazy since I'm a guy of few words, but it grows on me.

She's kind and not the type to judge -- even though she's a smart-mouthed city woman who doesn't have a clue how to survive in the backwoods.

All in all, Keeley is way more dangerous to me than any four-legged predator in the woods.

Simply put, she's exactly the kind of woman I need to avoid.

And I try to keep my distance. I want to keep my secrets to myself, and the last thing I want is to be painfully pried open by a female who will be gone in a matter of a few days.

I'm a master at avoiding complications, but Keeley is an unholy temptation that even a hardened loner like me might not be able to resist...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161241974
Publisher: Golden Unicorn Enterprises inc
Publication date: 06/17/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 43,561
File size: 776 KB

About the Author

J.S. "Jan" Scott is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of steamy romance. She's an avid reader of all types of books and literature. Writing what she loves to read, J.S. Scott writes both contemporary steamy romance stories and paranormal romance. They almost always feature an Alpha Male and have a happily ever after because she just can't seem to write them any other way! She lives in the beautiful Rocky Mountains with her husband and two very spoiled German Shepherds.

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The Lost 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
KatDunn 11 hours ago
What happens when you get moody totally handsome mountain man and a lost city girl? Both are lost for different reasons. James was happy in his isolation and when the cute whirlwind, Keeley stumbles upon his cabin high in the Colorado Aspens, he knows he doesn’t need the dirstaction and quickly sends her on her way. James couldn’t forget her though and quickly follows her just in time to rescue her. Thrust together, they ignore the we shouldn’t and see where their attraction goes. I loved this book and it is a lighthearted romance of finding themselves and romance along the way.
Adin419 16 days ago
Sometimes you have to get lost to find that what you want is not necessarily what you need in life. James and Keeley are both lost, but together they will help each other find the right path again. Loved this amazing, romantic, fast paced story where love finds a way to heal, mend, and unite two lost souls that are stuck together thanks to an accident of nature. This story will let you stuck to the pages and you would be sad to see this story end, leaving you wanting more from James and Keeley.
Lit_Litehosue 16 days ago
Keeley goes to the mountains to get away and regroup only to find something she never expected. James is an artist living in the mountains and he's not interested in having people disturb his peace until Keeley gets her self in a fix and they end up trapped in his cabin. I wasn't sure what to think of this book but I ended up flying through it and loving it. This author makes me want to get away into nature myself and just be with my guy. Sometimes simple is best and Lost keeps it simple in the best ways. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Anonymous 3 months ago
## Albeit being a tad shorter than I like, I enjoyed reading this story a whole lot. I love stories about loners and this guy is definitely that. He's an artist who lives off the grid in the mountains with no phone. The heroine is from L.A. and the type that has to be moving all the time. She is unhappy with her job and wants to have some "me" time to find herself outside of her work. I love how they meet in the middle. She learns that she likes the quiet and he learns that he does like companionship. Thank you to the author for not writing James as a manwhore. That is the absolute pits when I have to read about guys who think they're God's gift to women and who go through women like underwear. Yuck. The only reason I didn't rate this 5 stars was because it's only 122 pages and it's difficult to feel fully satisfied when the relationship is slightly rushed. However, I still recommend if you are up for a quick and entertaining read.
QueenieAqua 3 months ago
A book that kept me guessing, yet falling in love with every turn of the page. Lane Parker is fast becoming one of my go to "quick fun pick me up" authors
Tania Lopez 3 months ago
Let me begin by saying that this author writes fantastic books, and this book was no exception. In this great story, we meet James, who is hiding out from the world and Keeley goes to the mountains to get away from things and think but she gets hurt in the process and James helps her. This story is about two characters who have their own problems but find each other in the process and can't help but fall for one another. I don't want to spoil anything, but this is a must read from this author. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Steph7anie 3 months ago
This is Lost: A Mountain Man Rescue Romance written by Lane Parker/JS.Scott. Trust me when I tell you that JS Scott writing as Lane Parker is an amazing writer. The stories are original and well thought out with characters that you will be able to think of with lots of fondness. Keeley stumbles across James when she is lost in the woods. Getting lost may scare some people, but it’s the best mistake she could make, well except for one little issue. You should read it to find out for yourself!
Kohler7586 3 months ago
Lost by Parker is another great read. James is a loner in the mountains all by himself. He likes his privacy and also just likes to be alone to do his work..carving. Along comes Keeley this city girl escaping her world. She needs to prove to herself that she can survive in the quiet. When they bump into each other by accident it is not a good thing. She is lost and he is irritated that she is in his space. He gives her directions to get her on her way and out of his quiet world. When James realizes that Keeley's map skills are lacking, he takes off after her to make sure she is okay, only to find out that she is in trouble. Unable to walk away he helps her and they end up "stuck" together for at least 2 days. Will they be able to handle it? Or will their chemistry win and break down their walls? This book kept me interested from the beginning and I'm looking forward the more from Parker.
NatalieT 3 months ago
Fantastic read from J.S. Scott writing as Lane Parker We meet James a reclusive sculpter who has hidden himself away in the mountains. He has been alone for a long time before Keeley gets Lost and ends up near his cabin. circumstanses arrise and James and Keeley get trapped together for what becomes a lovely romantic and steamy story. James has his issues and Kelley doesnt know where she belongs anymore reading how they help each other was lovely I really enjoyed this book and would highly reccommend
Anonymous 3 months ago
I I have read all of the Lane Parker books and this one is definitely my favourite. James is hiding from the world and Keeley is running away from a life that’s making her lonely and stressed. They meet each other at the crossroads and sparks fly Stronger together than apart I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Lashea677 3 months ago
Parker has quickly become a favorite of mine. Each time I think I have characters all figured out, there is always a twist to keep me on my toes and jump start my heart. There's a depth that goes beyond the sexual and targets the emotional. James and Keeley prove that opposites have the deepest connection. Lost is a battle of hearts that I'd gladly escape into again and again.