Monday, July 15, 2013
Lost Then Found (An Alison Creek novella) -- Heather Moore
Arie, at the top of her career as VP of an established real estate company, discovers that her professional success has led to a less-than-successful dating life. But she may have just met the ideal man in workaholic film producer Dustin Jacobs. When Arie discovers that Dustin’s life is more complicated than she thought, she wonders if there is room for her in it after all or if she should add him to her long list of disaster relationships. (AMAZON.com)
Another winner in the Aliso Creek novella series. I love the way Arie has a unique personality and life of her own, yet her story fits so nicely into the melody of those of her group of friends.
When Brad drops her in the opening chapter I thought maybe she would find a way to get him back, but the man she ends up with is so much better I would have been disappointed if she'd settled for Brad.
This is a story I would definitely like to see "Moore" of, and I'm hoping for an Aliso Creek novel that brings us more from the entire set of friends.
Posted by Lu Ann Brobst Staheli at 4:47 PM