Review: The Lost Fisherman by Jewel E. Ann

☆☆➹⁀☆ 4 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

About the Book:

It’s been five years since I’ve seen him. An unexpected event takes me back to the place where it all began.

But I’m no longer the naive young woman he once knew. And he’s no longer the man who took nearly everything from me.

Can this be our time? Or is it too late? Did I find myself only to lose him?

My Thoughts:

The Lost Fisherman is the conclusion to the Fisherman duet by Jewel E Ann.. The story continues several years in the future from TheNaked Fisherman, and the author provides the necessary details of what has transpired in that time period.

I loved Reese’s growth. She is no longer the naïve 18 year old girl. She has travelled the world, and she has experienced all the things Fisher Mann knew she needed to experience. She believes she is satisfied with her life and she has moved on from that first love…until she receives a phone call from home. The situation back in Colorado is tragic and trying, and it forces Reese to realize that she has not let of her first love. Initially, Reese’s navigation of the issue seems altruistic and thoughtful, however, later it seems she might have been fishing for something to confirm the serendipity of her love. What transpires is hard for all involved. Regardless of how the cards play out, someone will be hurt. 

No matter the plot premise, author Jewel E. Ann always manages to add something that makes a seemingly straightforward plot anything but. I loved the secrets and twist revealed at the denouement. The messages about social media and the potential to create unnecessary angst were spot on. I enjoyed the ending, but the best part was Reese’s journey to self realization.

Purchase Links:

Amazon:  https://amzn.to/3ylmq30

Amazon Worldwide: mybook.to/TheLostFisherman    

Goodreads: https://bit.ly/3z3lnWo

Start with The Naked Fisherman!

mybook.to/TheNF

About the Author: Jewel is a Wall Street Journal & USA Today best selling author a with a quirky sense of humor. When she’s not saving the planet one tree at a time, you can find her role modeling questionable behavior to her three boys, binge-watching Netflix with her husband, and writing mind-bending romance. 

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