Brand NEW from the bestselling author of The Village Shop For Lonely Hearts.
Scandal-hit party girl Lucy Conway needs to leave London fast, so she packs her bags and escapes to the sleepy village of Cranbridge to take care of her beloved Uncle Frank.
But the country village isn’t quite as idyllic as she remembers. To make matters worse, her Uncle’s pride and joy, The Cranbridge Times, is close to going out of business.
Editor-at-Large Tom Addison is having a crisis of confidence and needs help if the newspaper is going to survive.
With time on her hands, can Lucy work some magic and together save the family newspaper?
Over a long, hot summer, friendships are made and hearts begin to heal. And, with the help of a stray dog, perhaps Lucy and Tom can find their very own new beginning...
This is the first book I have read in the Riverside Lane series by Allison Sherlock, but it didn’t affect the story for me as it seemed that the author wrote the book to be a stand-alone, which is great for those of us who didn’t read the first book.
I have to say that my heart went out to Lucy over the whole Jamie and the media situation, then getting out of London to get away from the scandal. I also felt bad for Tom over his cheating ex-wife. I found the book a warm yet predictable read, but that didn’t spoil my enjoyment.
I give The Village of Lost and Found 4 stars