Review: Finders Keepers by Nicole Williams

Finders Keepers (Lost and Found, #3)Finders Keepers
Nicole Williams
Lost and Found #3


Ok, the feels are out. Now I can write about how FREAKING AWESOME Garth was. Josie and him were like the cutest couple ever! I don’t know how Nicole Williams does it but her couples just make me so emotional. I can’t count the number of times I teared up.

Remember Josie? She’s just earned so many more points towards being my favourite female in the series. I guess that’s not hard after my Rowan fallout. Josie was just so sweet towards Garth and I just loved seeing their romance bloom.

The character development was just amazing. Garth turned from this badass hot jerk to a um… badass hot guy? Seriously the opening scene was him getting into a fight. The ending he was the most amazing boyfriend ever. I’m getting teary just thinking about his awesomeness.

It was as cute as it was tearyfiying. I loved the little flashbacks and references to their past and kid romance. The one scene that stuck in my head was Josie explaning the spin the bottle memory. It was so adorable and heartfelt. I think it really reflected their long, hard relationship perfectly. But however cute it was, the story just kind of lacked something for me. I felt this way about all the books in the series. I just feel like the story could’ve had way more potential.

This book was definitely the best out of the Lost and Found Trilogy and is the perfect ending. If you liked the last two or just YA romance, you’ll love Finders Keepers.

Rating: 4/5 bamboo sticks



Author: Prima @ Panda Hearts Books

Lover of books, rom coms and chocolate. I also spend way too much time on the internet.

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