Review: Lost by L.M Pruitt

Today I am featuring the most recent addition to L.M Pruitt’s Winged Series, Lost.  For all of you who have been following along I have been highlighting L.M’s Winged Series.  You will also know I am a fan of her Jude Magadalyn Series.  As with all of her other books, Lost does not fail to keep you guessing and keep you wanting more story when the book is done.  Through hosting spots for both of these series’ I have really become a big fan of L.M Pruitt.  I know if you have taken my recommendations at all you will be lusting after this book and already starting the countdown for her next.  So without any further adieu I get the awesome pleasure of hosting Lost on the day of its release.  Be sure to check out my review after the book blurb.


Winged Book 3

L.M. Pruitt

June 2013

In the last year, Joanne has survived repeated attempts on her life, wholesale slaughter, and the dissolution on the cornerstone of her new existence.

And the hard times are only beginning.

As the line between right and wrong, friend and foe, and good and evil continue to blur, Joanne is forced to face one irrefutable fact.

The hardest demons to fight are the ones you can’t see.


Many of us who have been following this series has seen the evolution of Joanne.  Her wins and her loses.  Her strengths and her failings.  This book does a tremendous job of showing us Joanne’s still intact humanity and with humanity comes the trappings and addictions that anyone is susceptible to.  It was amazing to see how far Joanne fell when she felt she couldn’t handle the pressures of what was going on.  I also thought that the expectations of those around her blinded them to the problems that were going on with her.  We have so much expectation for Joanne that we almost forget that she is/was human and capable of the same troubles of anyone else.  I did love how Michael really stepped up and showed Joanne how he truly felt.  I really look forward to how things are going to work out with her, Michael and Raphael.  I missed Raphael in this book.  I think he has paid for his sins and I look forward to seeing more of him in the next book.  Overall, this was a much more emotionally charged book.  It approached many taboo subjects such as addiction and suicide.  I think L.M Pruitt did a phenomenal job propelling the story while adding depth and character to the story.  This book is just out today and I already can’t wait till the next!

I’d like to thank L.M Pruitt for giving me the opportunity to showcase her series over the last few weeks.  I’d also like to thank Bewitching Book tours for giving me the chance to host these spots.  If you’d like to learn more about the Winged series or Lost you can go to Amazon, Barnes and Noble or any other book retailer.

About the Author:

L.M. Pruitt has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember. A native of Florida with a love of New Orleans, she has the uncanny ability to find humor in most things and would probably kill a plastic plant. She knows this because she’s killed bamboo. Twice. As a result, she’s not allowed to walk in the gardening department of any store without supervision. She’s also not allowed in the card aisle of any grocery store without an escort since she’ll spend thirty minutes opening cards and laughing for no good reason. She is the author of the best-selling Jude Magdalyn series, the Moon Rising series, and the Frankie Post series. She continues to make her home in Florida in spite of the heat and mosquitos and shares her home with two cats–one of them smart, the other not so much.

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Facebook:          L.M. Pruitt

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