Lost and Found: A Short Tale of Dogged Determination (Short Tales Book 2) by M.P. Witwer is another very good, well-written short story by this very talented author.
If you have read the previous short story by Ms. Witwer, "Writer's Block", you be pleasantly surprised to see that this second short story ,"Lost and Found" has the same main characters as the first book.
The tale begins as Martin and Jane continue on with their relationship that was established in the first book. Martin wants to know what the future holds for his relationship with Jane. But, Jane dodges his question at every turn. During one of their discussions, the doorbell rings and chaos ensues. I cannot give any more than this away of the plot, you will have to read the rest of this sweet little tale to learn what happens next with Martin and Jane.
Although this short piece stands on its own, I would recommend that the reader peruse "Lost and Found" to get the full back story on Martin and Jane. I look forward to the next installment to see where Martin, Jane and their pets go from here.
A timely tale of just 2,300 words, “Lost and Found” is the second story in the Short Tales series, an affectionate look at a few of the pitfalls and mishaps faced by a couple navigating a new romance. Jane and Martin both have past histories: love, loss and unforeseen changes, but through everything, they’ve been bolstered by their dog and cat, companions as devoted to each other as they are to their people. The appearance of a vindictive ex serves to catapult the two-legged protagonists into action, spurred on by an unexpected development.