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Lost Girl: A Shelby Day Novel by [Holly Kammier]
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"Lost Girl is a compulsive thrill-ride that reads as if it's been pulled straight from the headlines. Kammier's journalism background brings undeniable
 authenticity to a novel that has it all--a love story, a murder mystery, and a real-life introduction into the distinctive world of television news."
New York Times Best-Selling Author
"An unstoppable, YA Romantic Suspense, full of secrets and lies. Lost Girl is a whodunnit that will keep you riveted until the very last page."
Anchor/Reporter at NBC Los Angeles
"Great storytelling in a beautiful and off-the-beaten-path part of America. I read it cover-to-cover in one sitting and loved every minute of it. Lost Girl made me recall my earliest days as a reporter chasing a serial killer!"
National Producer for a Primetime Crime Show
"Holly Kammier has crafted a first-rate romantic suspense story, with wonderfully realized characters who will grip your interest until the very end. In fierce, young Shelby Day, Kammier has created a heroine both utterly familiar and entirely modern, a figure to root for (and hold your breath for) page after page."
Contributor to JezebelThe AtlanticSalon, and Co‑Author of Beauty, Disrupted: A Memoir, A Biography of Supermodel Carré Ottis
"Ambition. Betrayal. Envy. Romance. And a fledgling TV news reporter hell-bent on tracking down a killer in a double homicide even as she struggles to resist the added complication of falling for the one person who sees beyond her bravado. Lost Girl, A Shelby Day Novel
 from Holly Kammier, will lure you into this fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat tale from the get-go, leaving you craving more from this talented writer. In a nutshell, 5-stars!"
6-Time Romantic Times Award Winning Author

About the Author

Holly Kammier is the international best-selling author of Kingston Court, Choosing Hope, and Lost Girl. Co-Founder of Acorn Publishing, the UCLA honors graduate is an accomplished writing coach and a former journalist who has worked everywhere from CNN in Washington, D.C. and KCOP-TV in Los Angeles, to the NBC affiliate in small-town Medford, Oregon.

Lost Girl and Choosing Hope are cross-over novels to Kingston Court, with overlapping characters and locations.

The California native and mother of teenage boys, lives in San Diego, California close to her large family (she is one of eight siblings) and friends.

You can visit her online at

Product details

  • Publisher : Acorn Publishing (December 24, 2019)
  • Publication date : December 24, 2019
  • Language : English
  • File size : 3360 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 292 pages
  • Lending : Enabled
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.4 out of 5 stars 38 ratings

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2.0 out of 5 stars "Shelby is also a woman-hating, self-destructive psycho."
By Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? on January 3, 2020
I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Any quotes I use are from an unpublished copy and may not reflect the finished product.

Lost Girl: A Shelby Day Novel made me stabby. You know the people in horror movies that repeatedly make bad decisions? The people you just know are going to die? That's Shelby. She makes bad decision after bad decision, and her reasonings were ridiculous. If someone leaves a threatening note on your door after you "investigate" a murder, you flarking tell people about it!

"Jack didn’t need to know about the note. I wasn’t going to be scared into losing my lead story because of some creep, and I definitely didn’t need anyone’s protection. I could take care of myself just fine."

I'm also not sure why someone would leave her a vaguely threatening note for simply doing her job. Other news stations also reported on what happened, so Shelby being singled out didn't make sense. She wasn't a detective looking for clues, or a person that had access to the bodies. She was an investigative journalist that reported her findings based on interviews and some sleuthing. Why was she targetted??

"Fear was a waste of time."

No it's not! Fear is healthy. Fear is normal. Fear will likely keep you alive, because you're less inclined to do something stupid.

"...I typed in my phone and posted updates on Twitter and Instagram about our exclusive interview with Melissa Rossi’s ex-boyfriend."

I have no idea how investigative journaling works, but wouldn't you want to keep your "exclusive" interviews under wraps until they aired? Anything could happen... they could cancel the segment, or decide to go in a different direction, etc. Again, I have no idea how this works, but it seems like blasting it on social media immediately after the interview is unprofessional and has the potential to hurt the story itself.

Shelby is also a woman-hating, self-destructive psycho. She's always working, so she can "be the best" and get out of the town she's in. She wants to go home, make her dad proud, yada yada. I didn't read enough to understand what her reasons were. However, I was there for her belittling, hurtful comments, and her need to be seen by everyone. She wants to work hard so she can be on top, but gets frustrated when someone else does the same.

Example 1: "It was cheating. But Lily didn’t care about that, she was determined to make it to a big market faster than any of us. Her fake Colgate smile and relentless drive exacerbated my competitive side and worked my last nerve."

Example 2: "I envied Kaya’s carefree spirit. She wasn’t like the rest of us. She’d grown up in this charming small town with her loving, all-American, intact family. Her brother and sister had probably come with her parents to cheer her on when she played high school softball. I could imagine Kaya taking annual summer camping trips with her family and gathering in the living room each Christmas to eat popcorn and watch their favorite old movies. Her life seemed so intoxicatingly normal."

I just love how she tried to excuse her behavior.

"Covering those gruesome murders followed by a threatening note on my door and then a suspicious call to my work, had left me feeling cornered and vulnerable, and the alcohol wasn’t helping. The toxic combination made me mean."

She likes Jack, Jack likes her, but she refuses to acknowledge their shared feelings. She thinks emotions and a relationship will get in the way of her success, so she keeps him at a distance. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean she's mature about it. She gets jealous when other girls talk to him, and then tries to make herself feel better by making him jealous?? What is happening?? Is this high school?

More of Shelby being a dumb[beep]: "In other breaking news, Melissa Rossi’s supposed best friend had called the station this afternoon. Despite any concerns regarding my personal safety, I was going to get another exclusive, my third in a row, a major coup in the news business."

Why is Shelby getting these interviews? What has she done to earn people's respect? Make out with a producer at a bar? Badger a police officer into commenting on camera? Stalk the ex-boyfriend of a victim for an interview? Secretly hate and publicly belittle her coworkers?

"Having said my own sloppy goodbyes and cursing out Jack under my breath for taking off with Kaya, I stumbled across Main Street feeling completely paranoid."

"He was the toughest guy I knew. The kind of man who made you feel safe at night. 'You’re worth the wait.' I held his gaze with a loopy grin as I sipped my wine. With Jack off doing who knew what with Kaya, I had no intention of going home alone."

Jack offered to walk Kaya home since it was late, dark, and two girls had recently been murdered. Also, I thought she wasn't afraid? What happened to "fear is a waste of time"? She talks big about being able to take care of herself, and then she's meeting a guy so she can feel safe (with the added bonus of potential revenge-sex). Revenge for what? Her friend Jack walking a coworker home?

I'm getting worked up just writing this review! Shelby is a horrible person and an unrelatable character. Her actions are ridiculous and vindictive, and she keeps really important and relevant information to herself. At this point, I wouldn't be surprised if Jack was the murderer. Everything else has been bananas so far, so that's my guess. Sorry it that spoils something for you, but I honestly have no idea who the killer is.

Originally posted at Do You Dog-ear? on December 30, 2019.
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