Review - Found by Elle Field

My Copy of the Book

"How did people even come up with the idea of these dizzying skyscrapers, let alone work out how to make them possible? Whoever built the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, their legacy will live on forever. What sort of a difference will I ever make?"
Who knew one flight could change everything? When Arielle Lockley stepped on the plane at Heathrow, she never realised how different her life would be when she touched down in New York City. Now she's dealing with that aftermath, as well as trying to find common ground with Etta, her new and unexpected business partner.
But, trying to sort out business in London whilst her fiancé, Piers, recovers from surgery in New York, is starting to take its toll on their relationship. Can Arielle and Etta work together to continue Felicity's legacy without destroying it, and will Arielle and Piers even make it down the aisle to say "I do"?
Find out what happens this summer in the final part of the warm and wonderful Arielle Lockley series.

About the Author:
Elle Field writes coming of age romantic comedies, and is the author of the Arielle Lockley series and Geli Voyante's Hot or Not. She grew up in a small town in England, then moved to Scotland to study International Relations and Social Anthropology at the University of St Andrews.
Elle now lives in London with her boyfriend and their cat. She's a massive fan of sunshine, giraffes, The Killers, Audrey Hepburn movies, playing Scrabble, and tea. Oh, and reading, of course! 
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Author Website: Elle Field Author Website

My Take on the Book:
This is the second book in the series that I read. There were times where I thought Arielle Lockley (Bramley) was being a little overdramatic, though I am sad that this series is coming to an end, as I would have liked to know what happens after this book ends. I also got frustrated with Piers Bramley when he pushed himself too hard. I ended up being right with what I suspected was going on with Arielle; and would have liked it if there had been more of Arielle doing her fashion side of things, though I can understand why she didn't. I gave this a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Last Word:
I'm still sad that this series is ending, one aspect I would have liked to know more about is where Arielle would have gone with her fashion career, along with juggling one or two other things. If you decide to pick this series up, be warned, it is ADDICTIVE (but well worth it)!