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Book description:

NEW YORK TIMES and USATODAY Bestselling Series

There’s tortured. And there’s Garth Black.

His life has been a constant carousel of tragedy and disappointment, including his love life. Of course, applying the term “love” to Garth’s conquests is a gross misuse of the word. Some people were made to give and accept love, and others weren’t. Garth Black redefines the “others” category. He’s made a vow that the day he meets a woman who could sucker him into falling in love will be the day he runs away.

Garth’s plan has one flaw. What happens when he’s already fallen hard for a girl before the warning signs and red flags go up? What happens when the love he’s avoided his entire life brings him to his knees? What happens when Garth Black lets the dirtiest four letter word he’s ever known into his dark, lonely life?

This cowboy’s about to find out he can control some things, and he can’t control others. Number one on the what he can’t control list?


Giselle’s Review:

First off, my love for Nicole Williams’ novels stemmed when I read her Crash series. Then I fell in love with her writing even more after reading the first two books in the Lost & Found series. 

Finders Keepers is the third book in the Lost & Found Series and it was another great journey. Although I must say it does not beat my love for Lucy and Jude (Crash) and Rowen and Jesse (Lost & Found), Garth and Josie were still a great couple and story to read about. Garth Black is one bad ass cowboy and upon meeting him in the first two books of this series you can’t helped but be a tad intrigued by him.  

In Finders Keepers we uncover the mystery that is Garth Black and it is one hell of a journey. Garth is definitely rough and tough on the outside but on the inside he can be as sweet as caramel. His personality was definitely one of my favorite things about this book, and I loved Garth even when I hated him. Sometimes, especially in the beginning of this novel, I just wanted to slap Garth or I would find myself rolling my eyes alongside Josie, but as the novel progressed I found myself smiling at Garth’s actions, especially when he was around Josie. 

Although I did not connect as much with these characters as I hoped to, I could definitely feel the connection between Garth and Josie and all the other relationships/friendships in the book. Josie really brought out the best in Garth and I loved following them through all their ups and downs. I really enjoyed all their banter and found myself grinning throughout the majority of their conversations too. 

Finders Keepers is a sweet, sexy, fun, and enjoyable read that is sure to have you rolling your eyes and/or shaking your head, but all with a huge grin or smirk in place. 😉

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