Lost and Found

Book 2 in the Loundon Series

In the years after Cari McKenna lost her husband, she threw her energy into raising her family and starting a thriving coffee shop. Now, her grown children have moved out and her daughters are pushing her to brave the perils of internet dating. Even Cari is forced to admit that her life might be a little too placid. Until, that is, a tree falls across her roof…

Ray Davis always stops by What's Perkin' for his morning muffin, but the handsome master carpenter is starting to wonder if he'll ever find the chance to persuade Cari to see him as more than merely a neighbor. Consulting with her about rebuilding her damaged house gives him an excuse to spend more time with her, but she still only seems interested in him as a buddy. Then Ray's past suddenly comes looking for him, and he realizes that his dreams-or even his life-could be lost.

Satisfying, vivid and evocative

After reading "Between Here and Heaven," I was ready to spend more time with Cari and her family, and this next imstallment in the Loudon series does not disappoint. Ms. Race writes so vividly that you can see the locales clearly in the mind's eye and feel we know her characters. I found myself rooting for what we all knew needed to happen. Romance, famil dynamics and friendship are skillfully interwoen here, and the story also led me to think about some of my relationships and consider some of the "blind spots" in my own life.

Wonderful Story

 

I loved this beautiful story!!*****

 

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