Lost & Found (New York Knights Book 1)
Book Review - Lost & Found by Anna B. Doe
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For a first book from Anna, written in English no less, it was pretty impressive. William, loved that he didn't stop chasing. Annabel, I struggled to connect with. Her constant back and forth for me was difficult to put up with. I could understand but the fact they didn't connect til as late as they did left me feeling a little unsatisfied.
It's a constant play of back and forth before you get to happily ever after but its a nice journey getting there.
This was a cute read. Annabel was on a temporary job as a travel babysitter. William was a professional football player. The two have a chance meeting and sparks fly. The only problem is that Anabel keeps trying to fly away too. It's a constant play of back and forth before you get to happily ever after but its a nice journey getting there
I don’t know what I want to do with my life. The only thing I am sure of is that this is not what I imagined my life to be. So, instead of staying and trying to figure out what is wrong, I choose to run away. I choose the unknown. I choose the adventure. My name is Anabel Majer, and I’m lost. I have it all—well, almost all: family, health, money, fame, career, women, you name it. The only thing I am missing is a Super Bowl ring—or so I thought until the night everything changed. One night, a small Tinkerbell collided with my life, and I am gone. My name is William Price, and I found her. She is everything he wanted. He is everything she needed to stay away from. What happens if at the end of the journey you lose more than you find?