Lost & Found by Jane Sigaloff (2004)

Description: Her diary had never let her down, never told her it was too busy, never not been there for her unlike men! Now the unthinkable had happened…

For high-flying London lawyer (and self-confessed control freak) Sam Washington, accidentally leaving her diary in a New York hotel room is a fate worse than death! Tormented by the idea of a stranger reading her innermost thoughts, she knows there’s also a secret in her little black book that, in the wrong hands, would devastate her best friend and cause a tabloid sensation…

Alarm bells start ringing when TV producer Ben Fisher turns up on her doorstep – fresh off the plane from New York… and desperately seeking Sam. They’re complete strangers, yet he seems to know more than a little about her. Has he found her diary? Has he read it? Sam resolves to find out by getting closer to Ben – who seems happy to oblige!

Review: This really is a cute little romantic comedy that is similar to Bridget Jones’ Diary. The characters are very interesting and well written. The only real problem I had was with the character of Sam. She could be a nice person, but the way she dealt with Ben made me so frustrated. He was such a cute, lovable guy and she treated him poorly. I was glad for the cute little movie ending. It did put a smile on my face. If you are looking for a nice light read, this is really a best bet.

Score: 3 out of 5

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About Michelle

I'm a Midwest girl who has landed herself on the east coast. I spend my days in libraryland. My passion/specialty is graphic novels, manga, and anime. For a few weekends of the year you will find me at an anime convention somewhere on the east coast.

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