I received a copy of Looking for Home in exchange for an honest review.
M McCallister has been running from her past for so long, she has no one and no where to call home. Even her first name is an embarrassing reminder of a childhood without love or structure. But she needs a place to stay while she saves up money for her business, so she calls on her sister, who used her good looks to marry up. The last thing she expects is to meet the family her sister left behind in ruins, or to have them let her in.
This was a very sweet romance and I enjoyed reading it, getting the perspective of both M and Jonathan as they learn to trust each other, despite their different, but equally screwed up, pasts. As for the romance, I'd call it clean, but steamy. Recommended for adults who love a good romance. 3.99 on Amazon.
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Looking for Home, by Elle Fredrix
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Thank you so much for the review! I'm glad you liked the story. And since I was aiming for clean but intense (steamy), I'm doubly thrilled.ReplyDelete