If your read 13 Little Blue Envelopes, you will definitely want to read The Lost Little Blue Envelope as it is the sequel. So you thought you were done with Ginny and Europe? Well not quite!
In The Lost Little Blue Envelope, Ginny receives a mysterious email from email@example.com with a picture of part of the last letter and a note. Again, the letter leads her to London. There she meets the mysterious sender, Oliver. She sees Keith again and meets his girlfriend, Ellis. The four of them end of following the clues once again careening through different parts of Europe to gather pieces of art created by her aunt.
I enjoyed this book more than the first. Oliver and Ellis add a fun new twist to Ginny and Keith’s “kind of something” relationship. Ginny and her uncle get to know each other better. Ginny also grows as a person, becomes more confident in who she is, and eventually figures out what she wants in the future. Read this sequel! You will not be disappointed.
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