Lost in Loveland Book Cover Lost in Loveland
Welcome to Loveland Book 2
K-lee Klein
K-lee Klein Books
September 26, 2016

~Loveland, Colorado is a special place, a community of creativity and art, with scenic views and majestic mountains. The city brought Lucky and Jack together, but staying that way will take more than cold-air kisses and sweet valentines.~

Jack Canon should be over-the-top happy. He has a job that makes him proud, students who make him laugh, a studio that brings out his creativity, and a man who treats him like he walks on water. But shadows from his past keep coming between him and the joy that should fill his heart. Jack needs to reconcile some bitter loose ends, before he can move forward.

Lucky Roberts is in love—hook, line, and kitchen sink. He wants to shout his feelings to the rooftops and scatter little handmade valentines all over the world. He thinks he's okay with not being perfect, and knows Jack isn't perfect either. But when his own past rears its ugly head, Lucky discovers that old habits die hard. Maybe opening his heart to Jack won't be enough— maybe he just isn't enough.

Jack and Lucky risk getting caught in limbo between the past and present if they don't have the strength to share the skeletons in their closets. To move forward together, they have to find the courage to look back…together.

Review by Gloria Lakritz

Sr reviewer and Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild

This is the second book in this series and we again return to Loveland. This is a unique town in state of Colorado where Jack Canon chose to move from California.  Jack meets Lucky Roberts here at the School Meet Week as the new Kindergarten Teacher, and their relationship blossoms. The town and the relationship is adorable!

This second story gives us a deeper look into Jack’s beginnings, what he left after the death of his parents, and how he has to go back to a vipers nest. His need to go it alone was heartbreaking. Lucky was hurt because he felt he was not important enough to Jack.

Jack’s family home was treated like a dorm, and I hurt for Jack faced. His siblings had no respect for his Mom and Dad’s things, which horrified me. The thought that Jack was actually traumatized by how they acted and responded to him made me mad!

Lucky had the right idea. When he showed up unannounced and was there for Jack, the effect was profound. Their relationship was strengthened and trust deepened. I just love these two together and hope K-Lee invite us to the wedding!