Lost and Found
A Lost Boys Novel #1
by Gina L. Maxwell
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Pub Date 22 Jan 2019 | Archive Date 31 May 2022
Not every story that starts with once upon a time ends in happily ever after...
Peter and I were drawn to each other from the very beginning—even when I was just a kid, sneaking out to see him at the rundown orphanage for boys. I thought we'd be forever.
So, I left our small town with nothing but a map for my future and a shattered heart, and I didn't look back.
See, I'm organizing the fundraiser of the year, and I need Peter, master mechanic, to help me rebuild a classic car for an auction that'll help hundreds of foster kids.
I was sure I was prepared to see him again. After all, I wasn't the naïve girl I'd been when his touch made me fly. I could ignore his magnetic pull this time around.
I was wrong.
Because the boy who broke my heart grew into a man who wants a second chance, and our connection is deeper and hotter than ever.
But love wasn't enough to keep us together once upon a time. Why should I believe in it—and him—now?
Lost and Found, book one in the Lost Boys novels, is a super sexy, lightly angsty, friends-to-lovers and second-chance contemporary romance.
"Hot, sexy, and forbidden, Hook and John Darling will become your new favorite re-read obsession!" ~ Laura Kaye, New York Times Bestselling Author
"Heartbreaking and uplifting all at once. As always, Gina's writing is immaculate and these characters' journeys will grip you all the way to their hard-won HEA. Loved every minute!" ~ Kate Meader, USA Today Bestselling Author
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