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Lost and Found (Lost & Found Book 1) by [Williams, Nicole]
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Length: 360 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Nicole Williams is the founder of Wildly Sophisticated Media Inc., a company designed to empower and support young women on their quest for success. Currently, her speaking series, Wildly Sophisticated LIVE, has reached thousands of young women across North America. By parlaying her own fast-track professional achievements into the Quest for Success workshops, a one-on-one career building practice, and the Drinks After Work networking events, Nicole has redefined the professional playing field for Wildly Sophisticated women everywhere.

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  • File Size: 990 KB
  • Print Length: 360 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 6, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CODYP5C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,022 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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"Sometimes we just have to cut off the dead branches in our life. Sometimes that's the only way we can keep the tree alive."

Books like this one are the reason why I love reading. There is nothing more exhilarating than finding a rare gem of a story that holds you captive from beginning to end, makes you smile so much your jaw hurts by the time you turn that last page, and leaves you so delightfully enthralled by the characters, you wish the story never ended. This book quite simply stole my heart.

Rowen is a young woman desperately in need of a wake-up call in life. For the past five years, she has been spiralling down an angry hole of self-destructive behaviour, rebelling against everything and everyone around her. But behind the provocative black clothes, the dark contact lenses and the black lipstick, hides a broken-hearted young girl whose life has hurt and disappointed her so badly, that she has convinced herself not to expect anything but further pain.

"Instead of trying to get to the bottom of why her daughter was floundering through life, she sent me off to ranch boot camp to "prove" myself worthy of art school."

After being shipped off by her emotionless mother to a ranch in the middle of nowhere with the directive to prove herself as responsible, hardworking and worthy of trust, Rowen finds herself sticking out like a sore thumb in wholesome countryside Montana. But for the first time in her young life, instead of fingers being pointed at her and being labelled a freak, people are actually taking their time to get to know her and seeing past her appearance.
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I don't know if maybe I'm just over the entire new adult genre or what, but I thought this book was terrible. It was free on Amazon and so many of my friends thought it was great, but I hated it.

It started out okay, but the melodrama VERY quickly escalated until it was almost like the whole book was a big joke that I wasn't in on.

We've got Rowen (so tired of these stupid names), the emotionally damaged girl who can't hide her overwhelming beauty with make-up, hair dye, and black clothing no matter how hard she tries because she's just so pretty that nothing can stop the gorgeous from shining through.

Rowen has a bad relationship with her mom, she drinks, dabbles in drugs, and is over-sexed. Her mom sends her to a ranch in Montana to prove that she deserves to go to art school despite her bad grades. At the Greyhound station when she arrives, Rowen meets Jesse. Jesse is the most gorgeous adonis of a cowboy to have ever lived. Apparently. The way he is described is like he walked off of the set of a gonzo porno film. He's 19, but all man. Because everyone knows that 19 year old boys are super manly and physically mature. Obviously.

On the car ride to the ranch the author makes it apparent that every single character in this book thinks that are either the second coming of Gandhi, Aristotle, Plato, or some other dead person that people used to quote in their AIM away messages. I don't know about you, but reading about teenagers waxing poetic about their lives and damages like they have all of the answers makes me want to stab sharp objects in my eyes.

"We all have secrets, Rowen. Every last person on the planet. And you know what else? We all experience the same kinds of things.
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I love a bad boy. I do. But my real weakness isn't a d.b. turned romeo. Nope. It's a "good guy." A man who would give you the shirt off his back. And look damn good doing it. And I found my man candy inside the pages of this book.

Jesse is a good looking cowboy that all the girls are drawn to. But even though he's got women lined up to paw him, he's not a manwhore. He's a genuine respectable nice guy. Wrapped up in the body of a god. And I fell hook, line, and sinker for this horse-riding, tight-jean-wearing, country-music-listening package of perfection. Get ready to swoon ladies.

Rowen Sterling was a freak. An emo. An outcast. And yet none of those things. For what is perceived on the outside is not always representative of what's on the inside. This story is her journey to finding who she truly is and who she wants to be. And lucky for us, Jesse helps her with that venture.

She's a city girl headed for art school, but has to make a pit stop in Montana for the summer 1st. Rowan's mom might have manipulated her go, but Jesse's family will make it easy to stay. One thing I loved about this book was that not only was the leading story full of intrigue, snarky comments, witty banter, and chemistry to boot... it also has a supporting team of characters I couldn't get enough of. Jesse's mom (Rose) goes down as one of my all time favorite moms in all the books I've read. I'm a city girl, but even this I-better-live-within-10-minutes-of-a-Target girl was thinking maybe country life is the way to go! <slaps herself> Sorry, Starbucks. I'll never say that again.

I love Nicole Williams' writing. With each book of hers I've read, I keep thinking the writing gets better and better and better. She's got the kind of books I have a hard time putting down.
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