One of my struggles as a writer is concluding the story. I don't always feel the need to "conclude", nor do I feel the need to drag it into a series to justify *not* concluding the story.
Without giving anything away, I feel like this story should've stopped two to three sections (okay, maybe more than that) in advance. I would've rather not had a "conclusion" over what was delivered here.
Otherwise, the story was good and unique, as far as I know. I figured out the "dilemma" before she introduced a "new character", but that's okay. It was still enjoyable, up until the end.
I'd recommend "I Found You" if you're looking for an easy reading, contemporary romance-type story. There really isn't much thrill or mystery, so don't go in hoping your socks will be knocked off.