Brand new from the bestselling author of Under One Roof.

One lost suitcase. Two strangers. And a notebook that will change lives.

For almost fifty years, sisters Dolly and Greta have lived together – getting each other through the good times and the bad.

Except this year, Greta isn’t there and Dolly is feeling lost and alone. In memory of her sister, Dolly heads to the lost luggage auction where she and Greta go each Christmas. But her bid reveals a gift she never imagined.

Amongst the clothes is the notebook of a reclusive woman who has hardly been outside for an entire year, but who isn’t ready to give up on life. The notebook’s contents resonate with Dolly. With the support of her neighbours, retired Leroy and eleven year old Flo, Dolly decides to take on the year of firsts Phoebe had planned.

But, can you have a year of firsts when you’re seventy-two? And is Dolly ready to discover the notebook’s secrets, or are some secrets better left lost at the airport?

Lost Luggage

by Samantha Tonge  

my review

Lost Luggage has been such a joy to read! I have LOVED every page!

I love Dolly! She is such an adorable character. I love that she has spent a contented life with her older sister, Greta, having been let down years before by the love of her life. I did feel sad for her though as she has so much love to give and never found another man to share her life with. Not that we all need a man to fulfil us, but I feel sad that she has missed out on that love and companionship, especially as she finds herself alone, at 70 years old, following the sudden passing of Greta.

I love the idea of buying lost luggage and wondering about the people it belonged to. Although I do feel sorry for the original owners. Are lost luggage auctions a real thing?

I love the idea of a year of firsts. I might have to see if my husband fancies creating our own.

I love the friendships Dolly shares with Leroy, and Flo, and Maurice! These characters add so much extra warmth to the story.

I loved following Dolly’s story as she discovers more about the owner of her most recent lost luggage purchase and the secrets it holds….

It’s a beautifully intriguing story full of gorgeous characters, happiness, heartache, and hope.

I highly recommend!

treat yourself

(Out on 22nd September 2022)

happy reading! 🙂

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