- File Size: 555 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Publication Date: February 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079V2XCYC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,269 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Zane Wilkerson left Chicago seven years ago with a new face and a terrible sense of guilt. He has been running from the pain of a life no child should have had to survive. He’s broken-hearted and all alone in the world. When he ends up in a place that offers him some peace, he makes a home there. This place may also be temporary, but you see and feel the sense of home that Zane feels there. He is living half a life and doesn’t let anyone close because he’s carrying a tremendous amount of guilt and fear. A new employee comes in and Zane starts to feel alive and while he’s cautious, he wants to try.
Jeremy O’Brien is a former USAF pararescueman and is now working security for Hamilton Security. His boss and friend, Micah sends him on a search and retrieve mission that seems to be personal to Micah. He has very little to go on and only one picture of a 16 year old kid. Jeremy spends months searching for Zane and keeps finding himself staring into the eyes of that photo. Eyes that appear to have seen more than any 16 year old should. A chance encounter makes him believe he’s found Zane, but to make sure, he hires on and begins working with the man he believes is Zane. What he doesn’t expect is for “the job” to become so personal to him.
I loved this book, I love that a man as large and physically strong as Jeremy is a safe harbor. Zane makes me ache for all he’s been through and how little he seems to value himself. Survivors guilt is something I see when I look at Zane and it hurts my heart. Annabella Michael’s does a great job of putting my heart back together and giving these characters the ending they both deserve! I was in tears through many scenes and wanted their happy ending with all my heart. I can’t wait to see these guys again in future books in the series. 5 huge stars for Found and I highly recommend it to everyone!
Zane thought he had lost the only person he loved and who loved him, but with Jeremy's help he was reunited with the brother he thought was died.
Though heart and secrets Zane and Jeremy fine their HEA with each other.