Loved this one! Lost and Found Sisters is chock-full of wonderful characters--even if at first glance they don't seem all that wonderful ;) Ms. Shalvis does a fantastic job (as usual) of giving us flawed characters and making us love them, warts and all. Quinn's had her life thrown for a loop--she still is very clearly not remotely close to being over her younger sister's death two years earlier, when she finds out that 1) she was adopted 2) her birth mother has just died and 3) she has a younger sister, who up to this point was raised by the mother who gave Quinn away. As much as I loved Quinn's inner (and outer!) snark--Tilly, Mick, and Lena were especially adept at bringing her skills to the fore--I'll admit I wanted her to get over her resentment at her birth mother much quicker than she does, but her inability to do so gave her yet another way that she had to grow, to get over herself and her fears and preconceived ideas so she could get to her own HEA. Tilly, Tilly, Tilly--where do I start with Tilly? I love her and feel Quinn's frustration with her, all at the same time. Oh, that girl--both wise beyond her years, and as young and uncertain as every other fifteen-year-old girl out there. Even though she would have hated it, I just wanted to hug that girl every time she showed up on the page. Well, maybe 50-75% of those times I might have wanted to give her a good shake first...but then a hug, definitely. A good 90% of my highlights in this book--and there are a good many highlights in my digital copy--are from the excerpts of Tilly's journal that start each chapter. OMG, that girl. Mick is a fantastic character, with a scary bug removing prowess that is so important to any true hero. He's almost too perfect here--denying that he feels any pull at all to the hometown he's left in the dust is pretty much his only flaw--but still, I loved him and all the support he gave Quinn along the way. Lena starts the story off as the worst kind of you-know-what, but by the end of the story I was praying that she'd get her own book. Surely she will, yes? And Boomer? Skye? Even Cliff, the HP lookalike lawyer? All worthy of their own books :) The animals in this book, of course, were also all stars in their own way--Coop, Tink, those chickens, heck, even those scary bugs--the story wouldn't be the same without them! Two thumbs way, way, up! In short, I loved my first visit to Wildstone, and absolutely cannot wait until Ms. Shalvis takes me back for another visit. Fingers crossed that it will be soon... ;) Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.