I am reviewing
K-lee Klein's Lost In Loveland!
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.
Jack and Lucky are now a couple, but they have some complications they need to face. Included in these are an ex-hookup who's a jerk, and lots of family drama between Jack and his sisters.
As Jack goes to deal with his sisters, Lucky is left feeling unsure of where he stands in Jack's life. Now that they are a couple, Lucky is confused why Jack is excluding him from his problems.
Once again, Jack's students are present to add lots of light hearted humor. There are also some super sweet moments between Jack and Lucky, as they learn to lean on one another.
Lost In Loveland is a love story of what happens when you find someone who loves you, changing everything you've ever know. K-lee Klein has a great series on her hands, and I can't wait to read the next book!