A sassy, sexy and touching story about family, friends and love that made me smile from start to finish.
Quinn Weller just turned thirty and aside from the overwhelming emptiness her sister’s loss caused her, she seems to have everything from a loving family, to a great career and a boyfriend who’s just waiting for her to lift the embargo on her heart and feelings. But something is just a bit off and then her entire life is turned on its axis when she’s informed of an inheritance from an unknown relative which causes a domino effect revealing upsetting lies.
Needing to get to the bottom of things, Quinn puts her life on hold to go to Wildstone, a small town where everybody knows everybody and the pace is vastly slower from L.A. Sticking out like a sore thumb at first, she’s captivated by the town’s charm, its interesting inhabitants and one gorgeous man who’s been welcoming, helpful and engaging her in sexy, teasing banter.
While trying to do the right thing, Quinn starts a journey of self-discovery which eventually will lead to fork in the road. Will she go back to her empty yet familiar life or will she take a risk and embrace love, family and strange pets in a way she never imagined?
I love reading books that are set in small towns where the author gives readers graphic details that allow the imagination to soar and characters that draw you in. I loved reading about every single one of them including the animals that make for every interesting and fun scenes. I also appreciate when loving and supportive parents are included in the secondary character mix.
I’m being purposely vague because there are very interesting twists to this story I don’t want to spoil you with. I can say though that I really enjoyed Quinn’s journey. I was so much more about the sweet and sexy romance between Quinn and Mick.
The Lost and Found Sisters is book #1 in the Wildstone series by Jill Shalvis. It is a standalone contemporary romance. It was touching, it was sexy, it was heartwarming and full feels. Told from two points of view with a happy ending.
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* I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via InkSlinger. The excerpts taken are from that copy. *