The characters and the "setup" (for lack of a better word at the moment) of the story are what really stand out for me in A Family Found.
The characters are fleshed out and well-balanced. Family is important to Dimitri and Mason based on their experiences with their families (albeit different circumstances). All of the principal adult characters (Dimitri, Mason, Cameron, and Mark) want what is best for Theo.
I liked the little bit of sleight of hand involved behind Dimitri's first meeting with Mason and how Cameron, Erin and Derek had set it up.
This is a very good start to a series and I look forward to reading more of it in the future.
A promising baseball star, Dimitri Michelakakis, left it all behind when his troubled sister called, begging him to raise her baby boy. Now a chef and a single father, he runs the successful catering arm of local bistro, Terra Verde. Dimitri never suspected that one of his catering jobs would lead him to a new love.
Since receiving a note about his son's birth, millionaire Mason Harrison has done everything he can to find the baby and the man who raised him as his own. Could finding his son mean finding the family Mason has always longed for?