What makes a place feel like home? A mother’s embrace, the warmth of new friendship, a sweet reunion–all can be found in these unforgettable stories . . .
THREE’S A CROWD * Fern Michaels
This Mother’s Day will be the first in three years that Samantha Stewart has spent with her parents. And she’s bringing a very special gift–the baby granddaughter they’ve never met. Sam’s work as an overseas reporter was exhilarating and dangerous. Now she’s seeking stability for little Caroline–and answers for herself–and finding them in a homecoming full of surprises.
NEW BEGINNINGS IN BLUE HOLLOW FALLS * Donna Kauffman
The moment she set foot in Blue Hollow Falls, Dubliner Katie MacMillan felt right at home. Back to help with her sister’s pregnancy, she’s contemplating her own future, especially when she confronts Declan MacGregor, her childhood tormentor, and her first crush. This Blue Ridge town was supposed to be a new beginning, but can it also be the setting for a second chance?
BRING ME HOME * Melissa Storm
For Hazel Long, spending time with her bedridden father is bittersweet. There’s comfort in the friendship offered by other hospital visitors–and the kindness of a handsome male nurse. And when Hazel’s father begins to tell her the story of the mother she barely knew, it’s an unexpected chance to bond, and a lesson in making the most of each new day.
Title: Home Sweet Home
Author: Fern Michaels, Donna Kauffman, Melissa Storm
Published: February 25, 2020
Publisher: Kensington Books – Zebra
My Rating: 4 stars
Home Sweet Home is a combination of several stories by three authors who are auto-buys for me. Although only New Beginnings in Blue Hollow Falls actually is part of another series, each story is unique and touching as they all bring us stories that will bring tears to your eyes, and often a smile followed by laughter.
As with any book that has multiple stories from different worlds in it I did have my own personal favorite – which may be far different than yours. All of these stories touched my heart, engaged my emotions in one way or another. Bittersweet combines with finding love in one, reuniting with family in another, and taking a chance on a new beginning in another. I enjoyed my time with these authors very much, and I’m certain you would as well.
I think it’s fair to say that you should experience each for yourself firsthand, but I believe you’ll have an excellent time with each one for different reasons.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
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