About The Lost and the Found THE LOST When six-year-old Laurel Logan was abducted, the only witness was her younger sister, Faith. Since then, Faith’s childhood has revolved around her sister’s disappearance—from her parents’ broken marriage and the constant media attention, to dealing with so-called friends who only ever want to talk about her missing sister.
THE FOUND Now, thirteen years later, a young woman is found in the front yard of the Logans’ old house, disoriented and clutching the … Continue reading →
Never, Never (Part 1) by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher / Hoover Ink
I stumbled across this series of novellas on Amazon. Of the three parts, I’ve only read Part 1. It basically seems like a novel broken into three pieces. Right now part 1 is free, so you’re really paying about $4 if you buy all three parts. Or if you don’t like it, you got the first part free anyway. I can’t decide if I really like that idea or feel somehow taken advantage of. It’s a clever sales strategy, I think. In terms of the story, it was definitely a wild ride. There’s a lot of romantic tension and some sexual content (main characters watch a … Continue reading →
Fifteen year-old Nell has always been comfortable in her older sister’s shadow. She and Layla are intertwined. Nell begins her first year of high school, delighted to share her school days with her sister again and thrilled by the interest of a handsome boy. Then she begins to sense something strange in Layla. Her sister is pulling away. Keeping secrets. And try as she might, Nell can’t understand why.
Desperate not to lose their closeness, Nell pursues Layla, being supportive and loyal. Earning her way back into Layla’s … Continue reading →
When Annabelle attacks an opposing team member at a basketball game, she faces dire consequences. Though she is a volunteer with the police force, she may be sent to a rehabilitation facility far from home and the younger sister she dearly loves. Annabelle’s only alternative is to join a fierce group of government agents called Mechs. All she wants for herself is a quiet life as a restaurant owner and a place to keep her adopted sister safe.
In Annabelle’s world men are exiled, quarantined or forced to fight to the death in the annual games which serve as final training for Mech … Continue reading →