Lost is a story about a mother; a single, needy mother who goes to all ends to earn enough for her children. However, is that really what the children want? Is working day and night, 24/7 and staying far away from your loved ones the true source of happiness? In this dramatic, loving and thrilling ride, the mother, Harriet, finally realizes that she is losing on her life by trying to earn as much as she can in the field of glamour. True, the kind Laura has offered her everything: money, security, support and the glitzy city life; however could all these substitute the love of her family that she is missing out on? Or is there another way to find a balance in life? It's a celebration of womanhood and the power of a mother to go to all ends to give her children the best life possible. Though meant for everyone, the book specifically targets young teens. It introduces this budding group of readers, who are starting a new chapter in their lives, to the various emotions and responsibilities in relations. It informs them about the imbalance of money and power and the struggles a mother faces from that within. The book makes sure to keep the readers hooked by taking surprising twists to maintain drama, suspense, thrill, and a sense of lovingness. It is equipped with various poems in between that help transition from one part of the story to the next.