The Lost and Found Necklace by Louisa Leaman

The Lost and Found Necklace
.ePUB, 249 pages
Expected publication: July 13th 2021 by Sourcebooks Landmark

About the Book:
Jess has always loved taking chances, but after a terrible accident, she's ready for a quieter life. No more unsuitable boyfriends or unsafe adventures. More time with Tim, her dependable boyfriend who seldom surprises her. More time with family, like her ailing grandmother, Nancy, who wants Jess to bring home the lost vintage necklace that has been in their family for generations. The delicate moonstone pendant features a fluttering butterfly, and some say it has a history of leading its wearer to her soul mate. Jess isn't sure about that, but the necklace belongs to the Taylor women, and she's determined to bring it home. All Jess has to do is bid on it at a local auction. But when a rival bidder outplays her and sweeps the necklace off the table, Jess finds herself face-to-face with a charming stranger who has his own reasons for wanting the necklace. He might be willing to part with it, if Jess will have dinner with him...Desperate to bring back the necklace before her grandmother's health gets worse, Jess has no choice, even if her boyfriend objects. She has to bring the necklace home, no matter what it does to her own happily ever after.

My Review:
Awww another quirky romance. People may think I have a black heart, because of all the thrillers I read, but I love cartoony covers and a touch of romance. This book is a little heavier than most romances as it deals with some mighty big issues. Jess is recovering from an accident, she is trying to find her (dying) grandmother's necklace and she has to decide if she wants to be with Tim...or is Guy her happily ever after? Well you'll have to read the book to find out!

These characters were very relatable on every level. Complex and interesting and fully alive. I loved that the author included their personal felt entirely natural and authentic. Everything about this rom-com felt as natural as breathing, effortlessly executed, and I enjoyed it so much I stayed up half the night to finish reading it.

Thank you NetGalley, Louisa Leaman and Sourcebooks Landmark for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.



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