What's Not Lost


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$16.95  $15.76
Aspetuck Publishing
Publish Date
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.73 inches | 0.91 pounds

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About the Author

Valerie Taylor is the author of a romantic comedy trilogy set in present-day Boston with dreamy excursions to Venice, Paris, and the Greek islands. Since publication, the first two books-What's Not Said and What's Not True-have been internationally recognized with numerous prestigious five-star reviews and awards. In What's Not Lost Taylor propels this page-turner toward an unexpected and delightful conclusion.

Enthusiasm for the series validated Taylor's belief that readers are looking for stories with characters they can relate to, even if those characters are flawed. Several reviewers remarked that her witty dialogue and honest storytelling touched their souls and kept them up reading well past the midnight hour.


"Juicy, gripping, and so much more than a simple romance. It's about self-discovery, complicated modern family relationships, redefining happiness, and conflicting roles. The writing is fantastic, incredibly sharp, and realistic."

- Readers' Favorite, 5-star Review

"What's Not Lost is not just a novel about love. It's a story of growth, acceptance, and evolution ... Libraries looking for contemporary women's fiction will find What's Not Lost an inviting, thought-provoking read. Book club readers will find plenty of entertainment value alongside numerous topics of debate."

- Midwest Book Review

"Valerie Taylor culminates her trilogy in the perfect way with What's Not Lost - a realistic, witty, page-turner of a novel whose ending will definitely not disappoint!"

- LESLIE RASMUSSEN, author of After Happily Ever After

"What's Not Lost has it all - secrets, lies, betrayals. Though it stands alone, fans of Taylor's series will delight in finding out how Kassie navigates the bombshell news at the end of What's Not True. Taylor takes readers on an entertaining ride as her characters figure out 'what's not lost.'"

- LEE BUKOWSKI, author of A Week of Warm Weather