The poignant and unforgettable sequel to the beloved bestseller Lost & Found; a marvelous tale of life-altering surprises and unanticipated guests
Peaks Island, Maine, vibrates with its own special magic, a unique flow to life that knits together the small community that calls it home. The people, the animals, and even the houses have a charm and personality all their own. Just ask Rocky Pelligrino. Devastated by her husband Bob's sudden death, she found hope thanks to a relentlessly loyal black Lab named Cooper. Warm friends and a new job—as the island's animal control warden—have helped Rocky chart a course toward a promising future. She's even ready to try love again with Hill, the gentle and patient archery instructor. And there is an old house haunted by lost love and forgotten secrets that speaks to her soul.
But a phone call from a troubled young woman looking for her biological father shakes Rocky's newfound joy. Could this young girl hold a tendril of the man who was the love of her life? Or could the girl's appearance throw Rocky's world into chaos . . . and shatter her heart again?
Jacqueline Sheehan, Ph.D., is a fiction writer and essayist, the bestselling author of the novels Lost & Found and Now & Then. Currently on the faculty of Writers in Progress and Grub Street in Massachusetts, she also offers international workshops on the combination of yoga and writing. She writes travel articles about lesser-known destinations and lives in Massachusetts.
Ms. Sheehan scores again as she writes with narration for many of the major character's perspectives--including the voice of the dog at the center of the story. Read morePublished 4 days ago by G. Ehlert
I am a lab person and I definitely believe we are members of their packPublished 1 month ago by sam
Continues seamlessly from where Lost and Found left off......I found the book to be excellent. 5 stars from me, and the same for Lost and Found.Published 2 months ago by S. Morrelli
Jacqueline, you are a great writer. What I can't understand, though, is why you feel the need to sprinkle the story with bad language. Read morePublished 2 months ago by gtimmons
The premise of the book is intriguing and some of the plotting is good. If the main character didn't come off as totally stupid 3/4 of the time, I would have liked this book... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Coleman
I loved Lost and Found and I loved Picture This just as much. Jacqueline Sheehan knows how to write about love, loss and moving on. This book is funny and heartwarming.Published 4 months ago by Patricia Myers
The author writes well. Sometimes as the main character & sometimes as the dog. Her writing is very smooth & easy to read.Published 4 months ago by Julie Wineman
I have read two of Jacqueline sheehan's books now- they never get better. I just cannot get into her stories. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alyssa S.