Lost and Found (Masters and Mercenaries: The Forgotten, Book 2)

Lost and Found (Masters and Mercenaries: The Forgotten, Book 2)

by Lexi Blake

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Owen Shaw and his "brothers" lost everything, their entire existence erased. Science had robbed he and all the Lost Boys of their memories and their past, but not their future. Hunted by every intelligence agency in the world, they are focused on two goals: find a cure for what was done to them and ensure that the technology that ruined their lives doesn't get out into the world. Rebecca Walsh might be the key to achieving both. Owen has been studying her closely, living in her building, and he cannot resolve how such a beautiful, giving woman could have helped design the evil process that destroyed his past.

Dr. Rebecca Walsh has dedicated her life to researching the secrets of the mind. Her atmospheric rise in her field was fueled by the horror of watching her mother's agonizing journey into madness at the hands of a disease with no cure. She vowed to never rest until she finds it. But obsession takes a heavy toll, and when Owen moves into her building she realizes how much of her life she has missed out on. Owen opens her eyes to a whole new world, filled with joy, laughter, and possibly love.

Owen and Rebecca grow closer, unraveling more about each other and the mysteries surrounding her connection to Hope McDonald. As the sinister forces working against the Lost Boys descend on Toronto, secrets long buried are uncovered that could shatter the bonds holding the Lost Boys together and cost Rebecca her life.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161701782
Publisher: DLZ Entertainment LLC
Publication date: 02/26/2019
Series: Masters and Mercenaries Series , #17
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 6,816
File size: 563 KB

About the Author

Lexi Blake is the author of contemporary and urban fantasy romance. She started publishing in 2011 and has gone on to sell over two million copies of her books. Her books have appeared twenty-six times on the USA Today, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. She lives in North Texas with her husband, kids, and two rescue dogs.

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Lost and Found 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL More than 1 year ago
The second book in the series spin off from the hugely popular Masters and Mercenaries. Lost and Found got to me so much. Rescued by McKay Taggart, 6 men wander the world no longer knowing their true identities. Used as experiments they have had their memories stripped from them and they all react in varying ways. This is Owen Shaw’s story and that of the woman who despite himself he comes to love, Dr Rebecca (Becca) Walsh. Becca is a woman totally fixated on helping others, often to her own detriment. Her focus is seeking a cure for the disease that took her mother’s life and she has no time for love. There were times that Owen nearly broke my heart, he lives with the guilt that has almost destroyed him and the knowledge that people he loved died (his mother and sister) because of him and he betrayed his team to try and save his family. The burden is so hard to bare that sometimes he just wants to give up. Initially in Toronto to scope out Becca the team believe that she may be the key to unlocking some, if not all of their secrets. However when Becca and Owens’ past comes back to haunt them, danger will rear it’s head. In fact the secrets that have been buried for so long may well destroy the Lost Boys too. Will Owen be able to keep Becca safe or will he lose the woman who has come to mean so much to him? Lost and Found is filled with suspense, danger, intrigue and the growth of a deep and committed love; one that made my heart pound at times. Lexi Blake always ensure that her characters are never one dimensional or superficial and I was engrossed from the first chapter to the last. As always it was great to see some familiar faces pop into the book. I cannot wait to see what Ms.Blake has in store for the rest of The Lost Boys as they seek to find their past and in doing so find their future. In my humble opinion she is in a class of her own.
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Lexi Blake is right on target with the lost boys I love the action suspence and mystery of these books and cant wait for more she knows how to tell a story that makes you want to know more while leaving you satisfied with the happy ending great job!!
137930 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. As usual, the book was filled with humor, great character interaction, suspense, and many plot twists & turns. I’m looking forward to the next in this series. And thought it was very cleaver that two adults from the short story Countdown, were in Lost and Found as children. Can’t wait to read more about them and all the M-T kids. 5 stars!
Gewizz More than 1 year ago
As usual Ms. Blake does not disappoint. Intrigue, love, suspense, and well, duh, sex, hot sex in a book of almost 300 pages! I absolutely love this and can not wait for the next one.
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Great story. It was wonderful how love can make 2 broken people whole and happy together.
beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
Phew, this series! Crack open a book and just hang on... First off, I have to say that this is one series you really should start with book one, because the overarching portion of the plot continues as each story progresses, even as each hero and heroine find their HEA. (And even better--binge read them, so that everything is fresher in your mind--I did feel like I needed to do a bit of catching up here, since it's been a few months for me--and there wasn't a ton of background given here, so...) The ultimate problem the team is trying to solve is still unfinished, even as they gather more of the tools in each book that they will need to (hopefully!) get everyone to a happy resolution eventually. Becca and Owen are great characters, and it's easy to root for them to get to their HEA eventually, even as you're despairing over all of the things that Becca doesn't realize is going on around her and all of the lies that she's being told. Add in the suspense part of this romantic suspense story, and it all adds up to one heck of a can't-put-it-down book! Once again the relationships and banter between the "Lost Boys" and their group are pure gold, and there were nearly as many snort-worthy moments as there were stressful ones. And don't get me started on all of the swoon-worthy ones, and the fog-up-your-glasses steamy ones... Let's just say if you're a fan of the trapped in the elevator meet cute AND elevator sex, you'll find a lot to like in this one. ;) Now I'm counting the months (sigh...) until Robert and Ariel's book! Rating: 4 stars / A- I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dont miss this latest update of masters and merceneries
Abilicious More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book! Once I started reading, I found myself lost in this book and unwilling to put it down. I loved the adventure and action this book held. While I don't want to ruin this story for you, reader, I do want to say there is A LOT happening in this story. I honestly don't know how Lexi does it. She had me gasping for breath and swooning the next. This book had so many elements and layers that it was fun to just get lost in while each layer was revealed. I can't recommend this series enough! Grab your copy today!
TheBookDisciple04 More than 1 year ago
Lost and Found is a fast paced mystery/suspense that continues the story of the "lost boys". Owen lost his memory and he and his team have been desperate to figure out a solution. Rebecca is a research who works for the doctor they suspect caused their memory loss. Owen is a solid hero. He is struggling with his memory loss and will do anything to help him and his team find a solution. They know they are hunted men but they aren't going to stop! Owen gets close to Rebecca to gain information but the more he learns about her, he can't imagine she would have helped create the drug that wiped their memories. I respected Owen for this-often in these types of stories, the man assumes the worst of the woman. It was nice to have a guy recognize that everything he was learning about this woman indicated she wasn't a bad person. Rebecca is what I expected of a science nerd. She is a bit quirky, but its not super over the top. Having recently been divorced, she is 'single and ready to mingle' as the saying goes. She has devoted so much of her life to her research that she has missed out on experiences. I found her to be a more dynamic character than Owen, who to me, while likable, seemed a bit static and predictable. The real winner of Lost and Found is the plot. You need to have been invested in the story up til now to fully appreciate how bananas this is getting!! Seriously, in my head, I kind of picture all this like a daytime drama-so many twists, turns, betrayals, and more. Its delicious!
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
LOST AND FOUND is the second instalment in Lexi Blake’s contemporary, adult MASTERS AND MERCENARIES: The Forgotten erotic, romantic suspense series focusing on six former military soldiers (Jax, Dante, Sasha, Tucker, Owen and Robert) whose minds and lives were eradicated and erased. This is Scotsman and former SAS soldier, Owen Shaw, and Dr. Rebecca Walsh’s story line. The Forgotten is a spin-off from the author’s Masters and Mercenaries series, and the characters were first introduced and play an important throughout the original series. NOTE: If you have not read Lexi Blake’s original Masters and Mercenaries series, their may be some confusion as it pertains to the Lost Boys and their backstory. SOME BACKGROUND: Several months earlier, the mercenaries from the McKay-Taggart Black Ops group rescued, from an unauthorized military lab, run by Dr. Hope McDonald, six men they labelled the ‘Lost Boys’. With their memories wiped clean, no ID, and no traceable DNA, the Lost Boys were essentially ‘new born’ soldiers trained to kill and destroy. The Forgotten are their stories. Told from several third person perspectives including Owen and Rebecca LOST AND FOUND follows Owen Shaw as he is tasked with learning as much information about their target-Dr. Rebecca Walsh- a research scientist once known to have worked alongside Dr. Hope McDonald. Now working in Toronto Canada, Rebecca Walsh is unaware of the ramifications of her earlier research and tests, tests that may have included wiping the memories of innocent men. Hoping to have made a clean break from her past, Rebecca will soon discover that she has been targeted by more than one source including the man with whom she will fall in love. As the relationship between Owen and Rebecca continues to build, the truth will be revealed leaving Rebecca wondering if everything she knows and was told is a lie. What ensues is the building relationship and romance between Rebecca and Owen, and the fall-out as Rebecca and the ‘Lost Boys’ continue to be targeted for who they are and what they know. Owen Shaw has no idea of the who and what of his previous life but suspects the truth may send all of the ‘Lost Boys’ spiralling out of control. With flashes of memory from his past, Owen struggles with the realization that he couldn’t save the people he loved, regardless of the promises made or the expectations met. Meeting Rebecca Walsh, an assignment and nothing more, gave Owen a hope for the future but a future with too many unanswered questions, secrets and lies. Rebecca Walsh had only ever wanted to discover a cure for Alzheimer’s and dementia, a disease that took the life of her beloved mother. But like all research there comes the good and the bad, and it is Rebecca’s knowledge of what was that makes her a target on so many levels. The relationship between Owen and Rebecca begins as a lie. Owen is assigned to get up close with our story line heroine never expecting to fall in love. The $ex scenes are intimate and passionate with some scenes of light discipline and spanking. LOST AND FOUND is a story of betrayal, secrets and lies; family, friendship, hope and loss. The premise is intriguing and energetic; the characters are charismatic, strong, broken and hopeful; the romance is seductive and intense. LOST AND FOUND follows the lives of six men who against the odds, have survived to fight another day.
DarGee More than 1 year ago
Owen kept tearing at my heart, and every time I thought, okay, he’s done, he scratched at it some more. He is so lost, not fitting in with the rest of those who are lost. Feeling like he deserves the worst. And then he meets Becca. Now she, she was awesome! She had a tonne of reasons to not be as confident as she was, but she owned her life. She had her vulnerabilities, and she shared those with Owen. He in turn, shared with her. And then it all fell horribly apart. And Owen tore at my heart again, and Becca along with him. They pulled it together though and made my heart sing! And then we get the glimpse of the next story, and all the breath left my lungs……
bbarneybooks28 More than 1 year ago
The Lost Boys may have forgotten who they are, no longer able to rely on their memories to remind them, and they may also be struggling to find their new place in the world amidst being hunted for the very reason that their minds are blank, but what remains clear to them and to readers of the series is that they will stop at nothing to unravel all the clues that led them to their uncertain fate as well as their desire to protect those who have come to mean everything to them, no matter the cost. In book two of Blake’s Forgotten series, readers get to know another alpha male who has lost his way due to others’ malicious intentions. Owen Shaw, the sexy Scotsman, is hellbent on finding out what happened to him and his ‘brothers’ and the means he’s willing to use to get that information is limitless and on this new mission is target is the very woman who he instantly is drawn to and feels a connection with for the first time since losing every single shred of who he was. Dr. Rebecca Walsh has been singularly focused on studying debilitating diseases since she lost her mother to Alzheimer’s, which leaves her little time for anything else, especially a personal life, but with nothing to show for her life but her work, even though she doesn’t want to admit it, her loneliness is overwhelming. It’s interesting that the very science/methods that led to the Lost Boys losing all recollections of their lives at the hands of Dr. MacDonald are similar to the work that Dr. Walsh is consumed by, which is why it’s believed that she may have information about what happened to the Lost Boys. So to say that there’s a conflict of interest when it comes to the attraction Owen feels towards the good doctor would be an understatement, but all things are definitely not what they seem and as Owen and Dr. Walsh explore their feelings for each other perhaps everything they’ve both lost will be found in new and life saving ways. The suspense and action scenes involved in Lost and Found, as well as all of Blake’s other sexy and suspenseful stories, are written in a way that allows readers to visualize the play-by-play, picturing every act that’s taken, every risk that they choose to confront head on. Because the description and the showing instead of telling of the plot line provides every opportunity to understand every detailed event and the powerful feelings associated with the heart stopping and heart wrenching incidences the characters must endure. Lexi Blake definitely knows how to create romantic suspense, which makes sense since that’s been one of her go-to romance genres since I’ve been reading her stories. But what I love most about Blake’s books is the fact that within her numerous series, no two tales are alike…each one is crafted in its own originality, and while the overarching conflict is dispersed amidst the pages of the entire collection of books, their separate storylines and complex characters offer readers everything they want and need from Blake’s thrilling and scorching reads. 4.5 Poison Apples