Now That I’ve Found You

Content Overview

Overall Content



Alcohol, Drugs, Smoking


Intimacy, Sex, Immodesty


Violence, Weapons, Blood, Crime


Potentially Intense Themes


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Now That I’ve Found You

Kristina Forest

Now That I’ve Found You is a YA novel about searching for answers, love, and your eccentric grandma in all the wrong places.

Following in the footsteps of her überfamous grandma, eighteen-year-old Evie Jones is poised to be Hollywood’s next big star. That is until a close friend’s betrayal leads to her being blacklisted . . .

Fortunately, Evie knows just the thing to save her floundering career: a public appearance with America’s most beloved actress—her grandma Gigi, aka the Evelyn Conaway. The only problem? Gigi is a recluse who’s been out of the limelight for almost twenty years. Days before Evie plans to present her grandma with an honorary award in front of Hollywood’s elite, Gigi does the unthinkable: she disappears.

With time running out and her comeback on the line, Evie reluctantly enlists the help of the last person to see Gigi before she vanished: Milo Williams, a cute musician Evie isn’t sure she can trust. As Evie and Milo conduct a wild manhunt across New York City, romance and adventure abound while Evie makes some surprising discoveries about her grandma—and herself.

-Excerpt taken from Goodreads

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My Opinion

4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5) This was a cute, sweet and just what I needed! Evie is character who was strong and confident until a social media post took her life in a downward spiral.

The characters were definitely what made this book. Evie was maddening but also very understandable. I wanted to yell at her a few times because she made stupid decisions! And she was a bit snotty and judgmental to begin with. She definitely had great character development and I think the social media drama was to her benefit at the end.

Milo. Oh he was scrumptious. Did I say that out loud? He sang and played the guitar but was kind and considerate and well-rounded. He was my fav and I wanted more scenes with him! His relationship with Evelyn was definitely a bonus because he truly cared for this woman and didn’t use her for her fame and money. I really liked that about him. Evelyn was a bit difficult. I wanted to like her and for the most part I did, but I needed more information about her. I had information about her but I think I needed more FROM her and I didn’t get that until the end. And the bestie? I wanted to slap her. Someone should have! Even the side characters of Milo’s friends were fun and I liked each one.

For someone who doesn’t love romances, this was cute. I love the fame aspect being thrown in because that makes everything a little more fun and dramatic.

Content Summary: I really wish there weren’t those 3 F words because I think younger teens will love this. The romance was mild and everything else would fit except for those F words. There is alcohol and partying but most of those characters (minus one instance) are over 18 so it seemed more appropriate than high schoolers.

Thank you to Roaring Book Press/Macmillan Publishers and Goodreads for the giveaway win. This is a fun one I’ll be recommending to my daughter!

Detailed Content Review


F***- 3

H***- 4

S***- 3



D***- 7


Religious Cursing

J****- 2


G**- 12


Derogatory terms etc-

Alcohol, Drugs, Smoking

A man goes to rehab for addiction.

Two young women drink a bottle of champagne. One feels buzzed. 

A 19yo is drunk. 

Multiple people (under 21) are drunk at a gala. 

A group of men smoke cigarettes.

Beer is served at a party an 18yo attends.

A man invites a man for beer pong. 

Intimacy, Sex, Immodesty

*Minor LGBTQ+ aspects included*  

A woman has been married 4 times. 

A young man kisses a young woman deeply. 

A man has a crush on another man. 

A man and young woman kiss passionately a few times. They fall asleep next to each other. 

A man and young woman kiss. 

Violence, Weapons, Crime, Blood


Potentially Intense Themes

Misinterpreted social media content sends a young woman’s life in a downward spiral. 

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  1. Social media could be such a wonderful thing but it’s often more harmful than anything. I like that so many books are chatting about this topic!

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