REVIEW for LOST AND FOUND by Suzanne Woods Fisher

About the Book

Trudy Yoder shares a passion for birding with Micah Weaver–and she has an even greater passion for Micah. Their friendship is finally turning romantic when Micah abruptly grows cold. Worse still, he wants to leave Stoney Ridge.

Micah Weaver thought he was over Trudy’s older sister. A year and a half ago, Shelley had broken his heart when she ran away from Stoney Ridge to pursue a singing career in Nashville. Then, out of the blue, she’s started to leave distressing phone messages for him.

When the bishop asks for volunteers to scout out a possible church relocation in Tennessee, Micah is the first to raise his hand. Despite scant details, he’s confident he can find Shelley. After all, his reputation as a field guide is based on finding birds that don’t want to be found.

What Micah doesn’t know is that what you’re looking for isn’t always what you find.

About the Author

Suzanne Woods Fisher loves stories worth telling about people worth remembering. With over a million copies of her book sold worldwide, this bestselling, award-winning author of more than 30 books is always on the lookout for the unsung hero with an untold story.

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Review of Lost and Found

I absolutely loved Lost and Found. This picked up where A Season in the Wind left off. I loved getting back with the characters of Trudy Yoder and Micah Weaver as well as the bishop David and his wife Birdy. The plots and twists and turns of this book I definitely didn’t see coming, which I thoroughly enjoyed, but I think what I liked most about the book was the reminder to be still and wait on God. To make sure I take everything to Him in prayer before making big changes in my life or having the audacity to “tell God my plans and then expect Him to follow my lead.” A great reminder for this particular season in my life as God and I are having quite the conversations lately. Hope there’s another one in this series to enjoy. And learning about all the birds? We’re birders in my family so that was the icing on the cake!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher but was under no obligation to give it a positive review. All opinions listed are my honest opinions.

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