Monday, April 28, 2014


Title: Lost and Found
Series: Ripple Effect Romance Novellas#4
Author: Karey White
Publisher: HEA Publishing
Publication Date: April 21, 2014
Genre: Clean Romance
Reviewed by: Angie Edwards
Source: Received for blog tour review
My rating: 4/5


Lydia was supposed to have an adventurous and exciting summer. Instead she's done nothing more than read and eat takeout. Now it's time to go home, and what does she have to show for it? A big fat nothing. Unless, of course, her trip to the airport somehow turns into something more than just a flight home. 

Blake feels like he's been sent on a wild goose chase. While work is piling up back in Denver, he's on the other side of the country, hunting for some mysterious box that his grandfather left him. Well, no more. Nothing inside that box could possibly be more important than the opportunity to make it as the youngest partner at his firm. So he's going home, and that's that. But that's before he discovers his flight has been cancelled. 

When these two strangers meet at the airport, they make a split-second decision to search for the box together. Maybe with both of them on the hunt, Lydia can have her adventure and Blake can find the box. And maybe, if they’re lucky, they’ll even find some romance.


Lost and Found turned out to be a surprisingly heart-warming and adventurous read with a touch of mystery! In the previous novella, we get to meet Lydia’s character. In Lost and Found her story continues, and we get to know her even better. Both her and Blake’s characters are so realistic, it’s easy to identify with them. They both have flaws and certain personality traits which make them so much more endearing to the reader. The story is filled with adventure and engaging dialogue, and even though it wraps up with these two lovely people falling in love, their journey to that pivotal moment is light-hearted, intriguing, and romantic. I’m having such a great time reading this series, and now it’s off to book five!



I am the oldest of eleven children, born to parents who were either saints or crazy, maybe both. They thought we were all capable of being professional athletes or broadway stars. They weren't right, of course, but they did help us have self-confidence.

Nothing makes me happier than being with family and friends eating good food, sharing good conversation and a few laughs. That might be why Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.

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