We found each other where no else could.Found a purpose. Found ourselves. Found love.Again.But then life got in the way.
Three years later and the people that we once were are nowhere to be found.
Can our love survive everything we’ve put it through?
Can we find a way back to each other…
Conclusion to the Captive Heart Duet.
Well now … talk about an about-face! Not so much for the book, but for me as a reader. This is definitely one of those duets you have to be really careful when you pick up to read. Because the first half, LOST, may leave you really frustrated and wanting to not move forward.
DO NOT DO THAT
FOUND finds us three years into the future and Charlotte and Tucker have to pick up the pieces of their lives and move forward. I say have to because anyone can see these two are absolutely perfect for each other. And in hindsight, their story is perfect for them as well. I wasn’t a big fan of these two people in LOST and at the time, I couldn’t understand why Carrie Aarons chose the path she did for these two … but I do now, and it is perfection!
LOST & FOUND …. how ridiculously appropriate is this?!?!?! so obviously #TitleWIN … but more than that. It represents the journey that Charlotte and Tucker had to go thru to be the people they became. I was SO frustrated with these two, but they were lost and then they found each other and I was borderline giddy reading FOUND. Three years and time apart is exactly what these two needed to make sense. I can’t give you the plot, but I can tell you that this book isn’t fluff and it isn’t rainbows and gumdrops but it’s real. And there is a rainbow, and when you see it, you might shed a tear or two but you will also laugh and you will smile reeeeal big 🙂 #TRUTH
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Author of romance novels such as Red Card and the Captive Heart Duet, Carrie Aarons writes sexy, swoony and sarcastic characters who won’t get out of her head until she puts them down on a page.
Carrie has wanted to be an author since the first time she opened a book. She loves spinning tales that include dapper men, women with attitude, and the occasional hunky athlete.
When she isn’t in what her husband calls a “writing coma”, Carrie is freeing up her jam-packed DVR, starting her latest DIY project, or planning her next travel adventure. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, who is more than happy to watch sports while his wife plots love stories.