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Found at the Bookstore

(Found #2)

4.18  ·  Rating details ·  343 ratings  ·  42 reviews
After suffering a traumatic brain injury the final football game his senior year in high school, Ryder Garrett’s life was never normal again. Most days he’s happy when he can remember the way home. There’s no room in his life for romance or love, which means he’s destined to die a virgin.

Stig Minton doesn’t remember what virginity felt like. Twelve years older than
Kindle Edition, 279 pages
Published July 19th 2017
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Vanessa theJeepDiva
Jul 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017, romance, m-m
If you’ve read Found at the Library you’ve met Ryder and Stig. You’re also wildly curious about Ryder, his brain injury, his life, and his life after what happened in Tommy and Mac’s book. If you haven’t read the first book in Christi Snow’s Found series please know that you can step into this book without having read the first and not be lost or confused.

Eight years ago Ryder Garrett suffered a traumatic brain injury. It’s left him with more complications than he can handle on his own on a
Jul 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this one. It was great to see the MC's from the first book too. I thought Stig and Ryder were perfect for each other. I have enjoyed both books in the series...
Jul 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Two things: This cover makes me a little swoony and this book is SO GOOD. I liked Tommy and Mac from book 1, but I absolutely ADORED Ryder and Stig. They were just both so...closed off. Kinda broken. A little messed up. Well, a lot messed up, really. But their jagged edges complemented each other.

It worked so well for me.

*gives myself a moment*

Okay. So. Ryder's issues are more on the physical end of things. His memory problems when he has an episode and his body not working the way he needs it
Tracy~Bayou Book Junkie

Ryder and Stig have known each other, but only in passing, through Mac and Tommy, but they get to know one another better when Ryder becomes ill and Stig takes him home and cares for him. They go their separate ways, but neither can get the other off of their minds. This is really surprising for Ryder who has always considered himself straight. As the two grow closer their feelings grow deeper, but will they give in and explore those feelings.

Aww, I absolutely loved Ryder and Stig, they come
Aug 23, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: lgbtq
Another sweet romance
Denise Shirley carter
I loved Found at the Library, I thought it was so creative, and it really became a bit of a comfort read for me (in fact, I “had” to re-read it before beginning Found at the Bookstore…just to catch up of course ). I honestly wasn’t sure that Christi could re-create that magic for me with book 2. However, I forgot that her writing is always magic for me. She has the ability to bring characters to life that aren’t one dimensional, that have issues that are not simplistic, or easily solvable. And ...more
Belinda Donaldson
Jul 18, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It feels like I have waited forever for this story and let me tell you it was SO worth the wait.

We met Ryder and Stig in Found at the library but in totally different circumstances.

Ryder suffered a brain injury in high school playing football that left him isolated, depressed and damaged.

Stig is the bad boy you just have to love. But his reputation is all wrong, everyone sees a player where he just wants to find his happily ever after.

Ryder and Stig strike up a friendship that quickly blossoms
Avery Duran
Jul 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved the first book so much, I needed to pre-order this one & devoured it on release day. I'm so glad I did! The characters are unique, the premise believable, and I even learned a little something. This work was well researched, yet the sometimes heavy topic in no way took away from the romance. I give the author credit, it was a tricky topic, with flawed main characters, and a really great first book in the series - she set the bar pretty high, but she flew right over it!
Fani *loves angst*
4.5 stars
Sweet, tender, emotional, angsty at times, fast paced, lovable heroes... Really, really liked this one. The hero wasn't on his wheelchair all the time, only when he got tired, which coincidentally happened in the opening, so our heroes could come closer. I wanted to see how they'd deal with the hero's mobility issues later on, but for most of the book afterwards, he appeared OK and completely normal. But I liked it anyway.
I love Ryder and Stil so very much!!!
all of still dedication to Ryder from the start is heartwarming
Jul 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
arc given from author for a honest review.
I have read a couple books from Christi prior but my first m/m from her. I have read a couple n/n before so that was nothing new for me.

I really enjoyed this one. and that cover. wow look at that.. (I am a huge Nathan fan).
I have not read the first in the series (Tommy and Mac's book) was informed didn't really need to (but I may have to check it out).

This is the story of Ryder and Stig.. Both men are pretty messed up and completely broken..
I could
Morgan  Skye
I was soooo happy to see this book! I had absolutely loved book one – review here: and I also really love hurt/comfort books so…

I absolutely adored Ryder. He is a fantastic character and was so easy to love. Stig was a bit harder for me, especially in the beginning. Stig has some “issues” that make him like things that are difficult to appreciate. He’s also not the best boyfriend – but he absolutely comes through in the end and is totally deserving of
If you haven’t read the first book in the Found series by Christi Snow, you might want to think about doing it first before reading Found at the Bookstore. Is it necessary…no. BUT! It will give you a nice introduction to Ryder and Stig and why everybody is in Vegas. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Ryder’s life was on track until he suffered a traumatic brain injury in high school. Life as he knew it ended. He doesn’t have room in his life for love when every day is a struggle. Stig has been around the block
Jul 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Stig and Ry is the perfect couple.
Ry has a brain injury and a virgin. Stig is 12yrs older and thinks that he is too set in his ways to find love
After finding each other, they formed a friendship and moved on to a relationship that neither of them could deny.
There is a bit of drama with one of Stig's ex, and it will keep you on the edge. I think I when through a few emotions and could not put the book down. I was also crossing my fingers for Ry's health issues
I really enjoyed this book.
Jul 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
4.5 Stars

Found at the Bookstore by Christi Snow is book two in the Found series and while this can be read as a standalone, once finished, you will be craving to read the first book, Found At the Library, not only for Mac and Tommy's story but to stay longer in Snow's world of intriguing and heart-pounding dialog.

Ryder Garrett suffered a brain injury 8 years ago and, for the most part, he's learned to do okay by himself. He's accepted the fact he will always be alone and is content giving
Jul 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved Found at the Library, the first book in Christi Snow’s Found series. I walked away from Tommy and Max’s HEA already looking forward to Stig and Ryder’s story. I wasn’t disappointed. At all.

You can read Found at the Bookstore without having read Found at the Library, but both characters were introduced in the first book. Ryder is Tommy’s brother and Stig is not only one of Max’s closest friends, but his ex. Stig is one of those characters that are larger than life. Ryder is the exact
Jul 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love the way Christi Snow writes! She brings characters to life that you just fall in love with. I fell in love with Ryder after reading Found at the Library and was thrilled to see him get his own book. Ryder and Stig are both broken souls, each for their own reasons. To watch their story unfold was amazing. I loved this book!
Shawnie Nicole
Jul 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Even better than book 1
4.5 stars
Jul 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Loved the book!! Loved the story!
Dani Elle Maas
Aug 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
4.5 stars rounded up because i love the series and i cannot wait for the next one!

looking so much forward to it. Really enjoying this series and the author :)
3.5 stars
Joyfully Jay
Aug 22, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: jay
A Joyfully Jay review.

3.5 stars

Found at the Bookstore is the second book in Christi Snow’s Found series. I really enjoyed the first book and was happy to see this second installment. The first story features Mac and Tommy and their path to love, and this one follows up with two side characters that we meet in that book. Stig is Mac’s friend and former boyfriend, and Ryder is Tommy’s brother who goes through some major mental health issues in that first story. Although you could read this one
***4 stars***

Ryder and Stig. Ryder's life took a dramatic change eight years ago when he suffered a traumatic hit in a football game at 18. Instead of going to college for an Engineering degree, he now suffers debilitating migraines, blackouts, and frequent short-term amnesia. He often has to use a wheelchair or cane to help with mobilization. Oh, and he's straight.

Stig is a wealthy art shop owner, who comes to the rescue of Ryder when Ryder suffers one of his terrible mirgraines. Twelve years
Jan 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
I've waited what seems like forever for this book. I was very intrigued by Stig after book 1 and couldn't wait to read his story. While this book ended up not being what I expected, I still enjoyed where it took me. Both of these guys are sexy and sweet. They are well matched in many ways as Ryder is looking for an understanding someone to overlook his health issues and Stig is very obviously a good caregiver who wants to find someone to love and take care of. They fit well and their romance is ...more
Ottilee B.
I liked this book with its flawed photographer and equally flawed art gallery owner. The age gap was a welcome addition as well. I gave it four stars as the author felt compelled to remind me about the age difference and I don't think one turns on/off the bdsm-light switch quite that easily. I kept being reminded Ryder was not a toddler which kinda bugged me too.
Sep 04, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Really enjoyed this one! Even better than first book. Stig and Ryder are interesting characters that are very talented. They both have problems and I felt bad for Ryder, but they work throught them. I thought Mac and Tommy were kind of hard on Stig. Peter was a freak! The story line was engaging.
Jonathan Treadway
Aug 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Great story and series!

Loved the characters, how they interacted and the details of Ryder's TBI. I was totally absorbed in the story and finished it in one day! I'm about to move onto her other m-m series.
Loved the connection between the two main characters.
Looking forward for the next installment. Maybe about Landon?
Robin L
This book started so strong, but by the middle it just fizzled out. So disappointing.
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As an avid reader her entire life, Christi Snow always dreamed of writing books that brought to others the kind of joy she felt when she read. But...she never did anything about it besides jot down a few ideas and sparse scenes.

When her husband retired from the Air Force, Christi decided it was time to chase her dream and she started writing. She hasn’t stopped since. With twenty-two published

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