Found by Claudia Burgoa–Review

If you’ve read Claudia before, you know that she writes emotionally passionate books that pull on your heartstrings. Found is no different. It is so beautifully executed that it isn’t long until you are feeling and going through exactly what the characters are going through. Found is told from triple POV, but isn’t a triad.

Found revolves around Hazel. She is an extremely strong, independent woman who is always looking out for others. While being this strong and charming individual she battles a secret that affects her daily.

Scott Everhart has had to grow up quickly and in doing so, he becomes everyone’s rock and solid ground. He has put up an emotional wall to remain unavailable and detached. However, there is one person who can see through that wall and knows the real Scott. That would-be Hazel.

Elliot McFee is Hazel’s first love. She honestly thought they would be together forever until she caught Elliot in a lie. He has never stopped thinking about her and when he accidently sees her again, he is determined to try and win her back.

Found is an exquisitely gorgeous book about finding one’s true self, realizing what you deserve and seeking that elusive HEA. Hazel’s journey as well as the Everhart boys truly bring this story to life. There are episodes of extreme high’s and low’s, gut-wrenching pain and hilarity (mostly because of the Everhart’s. Gosh, I love them!) It was very easy to get sucked into the story and feel like you were one of the characters. I was instantly pulled in from beginning to end and am still thinking about Found. That is how you know that it was a good book. Do yourself a favor and pick up Found, but don’t forget to have the tissues ready!!

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