Lost in Love is the second book in the City Love Trilogy by Susane Colasanti, which centers around three incoming college freshman who moved into their New York City apartment early and all the adventures in love that they have before school starts. I give this book three out of five stars.
Lost in Love picks up where City Love left off: Sadie is dealing with her breakup with Austin, who’s married. Darcy’s ex-boyfriend Logan from California shows up at her apartment to get her back, just when she is about to confess to street-performer Jude that she loves him. Rosanna is as happy as can be with her rich boyfriend D, but she has secrets that even she knows she needs to tell him.
Though this is not the best book that I’ve ever read, as far as sequels go, this is a good one. Whether or not these situations are realistic or not, it’s very easy to get addicted to this drama-filled romantic series. Just like City Love, the ending of Lost in Love is amazing, the conflict rising just in the right moment. The characters, particularly the main three, are even more developed and imperfect than before. Though the writing could become a bit simple and repetitive, the book was still a good read. I will be picking up a copy of the third and final book Forever in Love, on sale July 11, 2017.