Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Lost Then Found (New Beginnings #1) by Christina Freeburn blog tour & review







Lost Then Found
(New Beginnings)
First in Series
Genre: Inspirational Romantic Suspense
Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc (April 13, 2014)
Paperback: 180 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1612527505
E-Book File Size: 479 KB
ASIN: B0061XJJKC
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Synopsis

The hope of a future for the broken begins in Mourning.

Skip-tracer Renee Stratford-Knight’s life plan changed upon her sister’s murder. Instead of using her skills to find people, Renee opened New Beginnings a firm specializing in “vanishing” abused women. Now her ex-husband -and former business partner – Jonas Knight reenters her life asking about her most vulnerable client.

Jonas knows his ex-wife helped embezzler Gina Howard elude the authorities and intends to bring the young woman to justice. When Renee is threatened, Jonas grows suspicious of his client’s reason for finding his niece.

In order to uncover the secret a teenager girl disappeared to keep, and a killer wants silenced, Jonas and Renee must struggle through distrust and the pain of their pasts to work together to save the life of teenage girl – and their own.


About This Author

Christina Freeburn is a full-time writers and focuses on stories with characters, especially heroines, overcoming their pasts and striving to help the down-trodden turn around their lives. The stories are sometimes told with humor, other times serious, but always with heart.

The New Beginning Series includes the books: LOST THEN FOUND, LED ASTRAY, SAFE AND SOUND, LONG GONE, and FAR AWAY.

She lives in West Virginia with her husband, children, dog, and rarely seen cat except by those who are afraid or allergic to felines.
Webpage: www.christinafreeburn.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christina-Freeburn-Author/245592138834150?ref=hl

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChristinaFreeb1

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5315723.Christina_Freebur



My Review: Lost Then Found (New Beginnings #1) by Christina Freeburn

4 STARS

I liked reading Lost and Found. It had some good twists, characters are ones that I cared about and would enjoy seeing more of in the future. It dealt with some hard subjects of abuse and what happens when they stay or what happens when you run.

When Renee's sister was murdered by her husband it affected a lot of lives. Members of her family changed professions, it broke up her marriage. Renee is now hiding those who need to run to protect them.

Jonas is hired to find a girl who stole a check. He figured out that his ex-wife is hiding her. He is afraid that Renee will be brought in for hiding a thief. He just wants to turn the check back over to his client.

Someone is out to get Renee and is putting her in danger. She just wants to protect those who need it. She is hurt by her ex-husband leaving her when she needed him the most.

There are a bunch of characters in this book who I would like to know what happens next in their lives. I like Renee's family even though they got divorced they still care about each other.

For most of the story you are not sure who to trust or not to trust.

Their is plenty of drama, action, danger and relationships with each other. You want Renee and Jonas to communicate better and forgive each other and themselves for their past actions. I did not want to put the book down till I was through reading it.

I like reading Christina Freeburn's books and will read more of them in the future.

I was given this ebook to read and agreed to give honest review of it and be part of its blog tour.


Tour Participants

June 30 – Queen of All She Reads – Review, Guest Post
July 1 – Kelly P’s Blog – Interview
July 1 – i blog 4 books – Review, Giveaway
July 2 – readalot – Review
July 3 – Melina’s Book Blog – Review, Guest Post, Giveaway
July 3 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – Review
July 4 – off
July 5 – Michele Lynn Seigfried’s blog – Guest Post
July 6 – Brooke Blogs – Review, Giveaway
July 7 – deal sharing aunt – Interview

1 comment:

Betty Louise Davenport said...

I haven't read Christina Freeburn yet. I have one her books high on my TBR list. Looking forward to reading it.