Published September 22nd 2013
On the tail-end of her ex-boyfriend crashing through a restraining order and putting her in the hospital, Krista realizes that the only way to effectively escape her past is to put distance between it. She gets her life back on track in San Francisco with a job that has limitless potential.
Unfortunately, to achieve her dreams, she must brave the star of the company; a charming and handsome salesman that isn’t used to the word no. Krista tries to run from him at every turn, but his pull continually sucks her back in; her hesitancy to trust the only thing saving her from being another notch on a bedpost.
Sean never has to try with women. He’s the type of guy to jump in with both feet, get bored, and sprint right back out. But when a geeky new hire stumbles through the company, befuddling him with a keen intellect he doesn’t expect, he starts to lose his way. Before he knows it, all his efforts are concentrated around trying to capture the interest of the only woman to run when he tries to deliver a line. As she opens up, so does he, landing him in a terrain as disconcerting as it is invigorating.
Right away, this book started off confused and the writing was so weird. I could tell everything was written to draw the reader in and get them confused so they would keep reading but it was so obvious. I wasn’t emotionally invested so I get have the feelings that the author wanted me to have.
The characters felt under developed and I just wasn’t into them. Everything just felt weird. I can’t quite explain it but it everything, mostly the first 20%, just felt weird and unnatural.
I didn’t like Sean at all. He was such a D-bag and I couldn’t understand why
Krista trusted him when he did nothing to warrant that trust. I couldn’t find any redeemable qualities in Sean to make him worth while. I would never put up with someone like him and Krista deserved better. But she was so blind and such a poorly written female character. It was so frustrating.
I really hated the ending. It stopped so suddenly and made no sense. I felt like it ended the way it did so the reader would have to get the next book. It was just stupid.
Overall, I just didn’t enjoy this book. I wish I could think of something I liked about this book other than the cover. But I can’t. I wasn’t expecting Lost and Found to be amazing but I didn’t like this book at all.