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Found In Us (Lost Book 2) by [Hagen, Layla]
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Jessica Haydn wants to leave her past behind. Hurt by one too many heartbreaks, she vows not to fall in love again. Especially not with a man like Parker, whose electrifying pull and smile bruised her ego once before. But his sexy British accent makes her crave his touch, and his blue eyes strip Jessica of all her defenses.
Parker Blakesley has no place for love in his life. He learned the hard way not to trust. He built his business empire by avoiding distractions, and using sheer determination and control. But something about Jessica makes him question everything. Not only has she a body made for sin, but her laughter fills a void inside of him.
The desire igniting between them spirals into an unstoppable passion, and so much more. Soon, neither can fight their growing emotional connection. But can two scarred souls learn to trust again? And when a mistake threatens to tear them apart, will their love be strong enough?

*This read is recommended for 18+ due to romance and sex and mature themes.*

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1265 KB
  • Print Length: 242 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Layla Hagen (23 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M2F2F7C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #128,152 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I love Layla Hagen, her books are fantastically written, with fun characters and a premise that kept me hooked throughout. I was super excited to read Found In Us after loving Lost In Us and definitely wasn’t disappointed. Having the typical rich boy with commitment issues and a wild girl that wants to change her life, Found In Us was exciting, intriguing and enjoyable.

Jessica Haydn is the typical bad girl, always out partying, never taking anything in life seriously and always getting into trouble. When Parker Blakesley was visiting California, he rescued the damsel in distress and they quickly became friends. Jessica and Parker have a chemistry that cannot be ignored and when Jessica suggested something more Parker ran.

Now Jessica has graduated college, she is determined to escape her Father’s disappointment and change her life by changing the city she lives in. Now living in London, Jessica shares an apartment with Dani, Parker’s cousin. Ever since Jessica arrived a couple of months ago, she has avoided seeing him, humiliated and embarrassed by their last encounter.

Parker believes he’s not a gentleman, he’s just very good at pretending to be one. His life has been anything but privileged with a Mother that is bitter and a half-brother that’s competitive and irresponsible. Parker is known for his womanising, but being a CEO and investor to multiple companies does make trusting women difficult.

Parker tries to stay away from Jessica, but her magnetism draws him to her. She brings out the worst of him and that scares Parker, he always has to be in control. Parker comes up with wonders that Jessica should experience while in London, the first being the Opera.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Recommend this read. 24 July 2014
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I loved this story. It's Super Sexy, steamy, well written, full of intrigue and secrets. I was forced to do the just one more chapter , before I knew it it was 2am and I was finished. Pick it up and be sure to have a clear schedule because you won't want to put it down.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing. 26 July 2014
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I loved Lost in Us and when this book came out I reread the first one to refresh my memory on the characters and remembered why I had been dying for this book to come out. Jessica and Parker were such strong supporting characters in Lost in Us that they practically demanded for their story to be told and Layla didn't let us down.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars = I freaking LOVED this book! 7 August 2014
By Angela S Goodrich - Published on
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I received a free copy of this book from the author to read and review. (I also enjoyed it so much that I bought my own copy when it went on sale.)

Having read and enjoyed Lost in Us, I was excited at the prospect of reading and reviewing Found in Us. I appreciated the realism that Ms. Hagen brought to her characters in the first book and was delighted to see her write Jessica and Parker in the same manner. While I had hoped to reread Lost in Us before starting Found in Us, my schedule did not permit it, so I can assure you that it can be read as a stand-alone; any discussions of incidents from the first book are explained well enough in this book that you will know what occurred and the only one that really contributes to Jess and Parker’s story is better presented this time around as you learn about that night from their points of view.

As for the actual story, the switch between points of view between Jess and Parker provide the reader with the insight needed to better understand these two because despite Jess’s outgoing personality, she’s just as buttoned up emotionally as Parker is. That the number of chapters from Jessica’s POV outnumber his merely adds to the aloofness that is Parker and I found it an impressive way to portray his character – the reader gets small glimpses into Parker in the beginning and those glimpses increase as he opens himself more and more to Jess. Because both Jess and Parker have things in their past that haunt them, neither feel they are worthy of being loved, so they don’t trust easily. Fortunately, their draw to one another overrides their brains and they decide to see where it goes. As they spend time with one another and their relationship develops, they begin to help one another heal. And while not perfect, they are perfect for one another – until Jess learns the secret that Parker is keeping from her and she is devastated. As the title indicates, Jess and Parker find themselves in one another, so you’ll have to read the book to find out how they get there.

Ms. Hagen has delivered another great book in the Lost series. Found in Us kept me entertained from beginning to end. The chemistry between the two is electric and lead to some very enjoyable sex scenes – slight exhibitionist tendencies are revealed and increase the intensity of the scenes. While I was a tad let down by Parker’s huge secret, I had to remind myself that he is British and a public figure, so what might not be a big deal for most of the characters I read, the damage it could do to his reputation is immense. And it oh so ramped up his bad boy factor. The reveal of his secret allowed the author to lay the foundation for the next book in the series and I am already looking forward to reading Dani’s story.

~ Wicked Reads Review Team ~
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad but not my favorite 16 October 2015
By Cyndi - Published on
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Although I will say Parker was a much more fierce alpha male...and the way he takes what he wants from Jess gave me goose bumps. I still feel the story fell short of Lost in Us.

Parker was so yummy to me in Lost in Us that I was really looking forward to his book...I also really liked Jess and wanted to know more about her. Maybe it's just me but I would have liked to know more about their pasts and how it defined them...the last chapter of the book offered a brief glimpse to Parkers past but didn't delve in the way I would have liked...

All in all I would definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for an easy read that will keep you involved from page 1...but I'm not certain I'll read Dani's book...I don't know what it is but I have a really hard time reading about 18 and 19 year olds falling in love and having such strong passions...they don't have a clue...but I may be cynical. :-)
5.0 out of 5 stars Sexy, fun romance ... Parker and Jessica will keep you guessing 19 January 2015
By Mary Jo Toth - Published on
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Another great romance from Layla Hagen. Love the sparks that Jessica and Parker create and fight, makes for a fun ride. Jessica has never felt worthy, everyone seems to fix all of her problems and continues to tell her she won't amount to anything. Well, she is going to prove them wrong. As she graduated from Stanford she got found a job in London at a museum and ventured out on her own away from her family and friends. Parker appears to be the perfect gentleman and when he meets Jessica, well, he finds it hard to stay away from her but he tries. When Jessica ends up in London where he lives and works, it's even harder to keep his distance, he is drawn to how she lights up a room and no matter what bad things happen, she always finds the positive. Parker is hiding a past that makes him believe he is unworthy. Can Jessica push past Parker's barriers? Will Jessica be able to believe she is good enough for Parker?

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