Review - Lost by Elle Field

My Copy of the Book

Lost is the second book in the coming of age Arielle Lockley series, but can be read as a stand-alone book. 
"I'm starting to realise that age is just a number, but Tabitha pointed out I'm only saying that because I'm twenty-five, engaged, and have my life together. (Touch wood things stay that way.)"
Arielle is back! OK, she's not on her way to becoming the next Coco Chanel, her childhood dream, but she is one way step closer to running her very own shop with business partner Felicity.
She's also planning her perfect romantic wedding to fiancé, Piers, and Arielle is starting to think that she's finally found her place in the world... Of course life is never that straightforward.
With a new-found foe interfering with her shop decisions, not to mention haughty wedding planners and loved ones facing personal struggles, will Arielle figure out what's important before all is lost?

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! 
(Please note: If you would like to find out more about Elle Field, please check out her website link down below.)

Connect with the Author:
Author Website: Elle Field Author Website

My Take on the Book:
I really enjoyed this book, though I didn't like the fact that it ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, even though a person sort of knows what happened in the end. There were times where I did get a little confused as to some things Arielle Lockley was referring to, but I think most of the things that confused me was probably things that had a bit of jargon. I gave this book a four star rating, got a copy in exchange for an honest review; and I would really like to read the next book in the series.

Last Word:
There's still one or two loose ends in this book that I'm hoping will be answered in the next book. 



  1. Thank you for reviewing Lost. :)

    1. It's my pleasure, I enjoyed reading it. : D

    2. I hope that reading Found answers all of your questions. :)

    3. I'm quite sure it will, I'm looking forward to reading it. ; )


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