Lost and Found written by Ginny L. Yttrup
author of "Words"
Paperback, 340 pages
I had the privilege of reading "Words" and I really loved the book, so this one has to be just as great if not better!
Ginny Yttrup is an author, freelance writer, and writing coach. She has two grown sons and lives near Sacramento, California. Words was her first novel.
As I begin to read the Bouvier family was having a charity brunch in a Georgian-style mansion that was built in 1912 in California. Jenna was not happy about having to go downstairs and attend. She was not happy about anything anymore. She had married a man a lot older that herself (or let's say forced to marry). Gerald Bouvier was forty-five to her twenty-one years and he was controlled by his mother.
At this time a lot of jewelry was missing that should have been in Jenna and Gerald's safe, she was so worried about what was going to be said when that was found out, she also was not as beautiful as she once was. She had a scar running down her face and Jenna just could not see past that. She had rather stay out of sight but the Bouviers would have none of that as it might look bad on them.
Jenna is a Christian and she wants to do what she thinks God would have her do but her husband and French mother-in-law was sure making it hard on her.
At the brunch her brother was in attendance with a young woman that Jenna didn't know but was supposed too. Andee Bell was a young woman that had the world in her hands and would do what ever she could to keep it that way. These two young women became friends in a long distance kind of way.
Can they both find and keep the love they so want and deserve?
This novel keeps you so interested that it would be so nice to be able to read it all in one setting.
Thanks to Wynn Wynn Media for sending me this book to review.