Saturday, December 14, 2013

Finally Home by Lois Greiman

Casie is struggling with her ranch, her kids and her heart.  Something's got to give, but she's not sure what...

Kensington Books sent me an ARC of this book for review (thank you).  It was published at the end of November, so you can find a copy at your local bookstore now.  You might want to purchase the whole series so you can follow Casie's story from the beginning.

Casie reminds me of my Mom.  Mom was always taking in strays.  We had extra folks for supper, those who had no one to share holidays with came to our house for the family dinner, and she even made a sandwich for the hobos that used to come to the door when I was little.  Casie has taken in three dramatically different teenagers who needed a safe house where questions weren't asked.  She'll listen to anything you want to tell her, but she doesn't press or ask unwanted questions.

I have enjoyed reading Ms. Greiman's stories.  She writes a busy story with lots of subplots.  The teens are growing up and coming to terms with their lives so far and what they want to be in the future.  Casie is growing up in her own way and beginning to realize if she wants to keep Colt, she's going to have take some action there, too.

The ranch is like the broncs Colt used to ride at the rodeos:  It's full of bucks and bounces and they haven't won any prize money, but they both love it.  So do the kids.  Home is where the heart is and their hearts are in the ranch.

If you want a sweet romance with a mixed up group of teens and family love, that's what you'll get here.  It's a good read!

Happy reading.

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