Bunny LaRue was young and beautiful and living in LA in 1972. Sex, drugs, and fun were plentiful. Working as a model for a lingerie catalog with a body that got her everything she thought she ever wanted in life, Bunny moved from one party to the next and one photo shoot to the next. The future was not her concern. Then Bunny meets political activist Sunshine Lindstrom, falls in love, and begins to see that life is more than one big party. But when Sunshine leaves her and Bunny loses her job, the world is no longer such a friendly place. As the years slip by, life isn’t easy, and Bunny must find the strength to confront her past and create a new future. Last Chance at the Lost and Found is a story of personal growth, of choices made—good and bad—of how to live and love. It’s also the story of the lesbian and gay community from the 70s through the 90s. A story of friendships and lovers and alcohol and recovery and turmoil and, finally, peace of mind. Last Chance at the Lost and Found is the winner of the first annual Bywater Prize for Fiction.