Wade MacGregor left for college in Texas and remained there to start a successful business with his best friend, Robin Kennedy, but he’s always felt something was missing. Then life throws him a curveball: A third partner has robbed the company blind, and Robin has died—but not before entrusting Wade with a precious secret. Now back in St. Dennis, Wade’s determined to do whatever it takes to protect his friend’s legacy—and to figure out, once and for all, if the sparks that fly whenever he’s with Steffie are just temporary fireworks or the lights in the window leading him home.
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Other Blog Tour Participants:
- Monday, May 9th: Reviews from the Heart
- Wednesday, May 11th: Trisha’s Book Blog
- Friday, May 13th: Rundpinne – guest post
- Monday, May 16th: Lesa’s Book Critiques
- Tuesday, May 17th: Pudgy Penguin Perusals
- Wednesday, May 18th: Luxury Reading – guest post
- Thursday, May 19th: I’m Booking It
- Monday, May 23rd: Joyfully Retired
- Wednesday, May 25th: Simply Stacie
- Wednesday, May 25th: She is Too Fond of Books – guest post
- Thursday, May 26th: My Two Blessings
- Tuesday, May 31st: Book Reviews by Molly
- Wednesday, June 1st: One Person’s Journey Through a World of Books
- Thursday, June 2nd: A Cozy Reader’s Corner
- Monday, June 6th: Colloquium
- Wednesday, June 8th: A Chick Who Reads
The two previous books in the Chesapeake Diaries series captured my attention, and I was eager to find out what happened next in the quaint tourist town of St. Dennis, Maryland overlooking Chesapeake Bay. In the books titled Coming Home and Home Again, the author introduced us to some delightful characters and it was fun to read more about their lives in Almost Home.
Steffie knew what she wanted in life, or at least she thought she had it all figured out. She had been dreaming of Wade for many years, and it looked like her dreams were finally going to come true. But a mysterious phone call late one night separated them once again, and she was certain that she could never trust him again.
Wade has been devastated by many things in his recent past, and he longs for the comfort of being home with his family. What he meant as a quick visit at the place he grew up might turn into much more than he could ever imagine.
Just like the first books in this series, Almost Home drew me into the story and I had a very hard time putting it down. Although this book could definitely be enjoyed on its own, I highly recommend reading all three books in this series. Why limit yourself to just a little bit of pleasure?
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