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Lost and Found

Walk the Right Road, Book 2
Narrated by: Michele Lukovich
Series: Walk the Right Road, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 8 mins

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Summary

A parent's worst nightmare....

Now a year later, Maggie struggles to put her life together, hiding secrets with outrageous behavior until her strong-willed, soon-to-be ex sets out to bring her home. Warning: This series is filled with sexual tension, rough language, and steamy romantic suspense.

©2012 Lorhainne Ekelund (P)2014 Lorhainne Ekelund

Critic reviews

"There was not a human emotion I did not go through while reading this book. I will forewarn you, you will need a box of tissues and a punching bag while reading this dynamic tale." ( Romance Junkies)
"Absolutely 5 stars! This book kept me awake far too late so I could find out how this poor woman survives..."( Mimi Barbour, author of His Devious Angel)

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  • Sherry B
  • 25-09-15

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I loved this book...kept me busy and wanting more. It is a good story and the narrator did a great job

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  • Neesie315
  • 17-04-19

Lost and Found

This book starts out with what every parent fears: the death of a young child. Maggie and Richard try to deal with her death in their own ways, but things aren't going well at all. Maggie is hooked on prescription drugs, Richard is (again) mixed up with his shady ex-partner, Dan, and their young son, Riley, is suffering the effects of his parent's grief.

The book is interesting in a lot of ways, dealing with grief, special needs children, drug abuse, etc. But, the plot is very involved, with a lot of characters and a lot of gaps (in my opinion). Since this is labeled as Book 2, I can only guess that the story would be more understandable if Book 1 is read first. There are a lot of things in the whole conspiracy theory that stretch believability. How is it possible for one man (the mysterious Dan) able to manipulate so many people to do what he wants? I never fully figured out the connection between the characters, once again probably due to not reading Book 1 first.

The narrator does a good job with the story and the story moved at a fast pace, but I wish I had more background before listening to this book. I was given the opportunity to listen to this audiobook by the narrator/author/publisher and chose to review it.