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Homecoming (Southern Honor) Kindle Edition

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Length: 76 pages Series: Southern Honor (Book 1)

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  • File Size: 533 KB
  • Print Length: 76 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (March 11, 2014)
  • Publication Date: March 11, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GTVCXG8
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SalemHellKat on March 15, 2014
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I quite like the whole falling in love with your best friend dynamic. So i was glad that when i read the blurb that that was what i was going to get in this story. And i did. Times 2.

Jack . Oh Jack. He's a tortured soul. He's seen a lot in war. He's done many tours as a member of the elite Special Forces. He last mission left him shaken and a bit shattered. In kind of put some things into perspective. You know like .... life and the meaning of it. I suppose. I don't know. I've never been tortured. Jack has. So prepare yourself for that aspect into his life and story.
Now before Jack left for the military he was dating his best friend's sister. They were pretty much inseparable for throughout highschool. Everyone thought they'd marry and pop out 2.5 kids and have a white picket fence. All that ****. Boy. Were they mistaken. See Jack was in love just not with his girlfriend but with her brother. His best friend, Dillon.
Dillon is a photographer. He too was in love with his best friend. He pained him to see Jack with his sister but he thought he'd rather have Jack in his life as near brother-in law than not. It's so sad. It was agony for both of them. All that suppressed sexual tension and desire coursing through their veins. Groins. Must have been an epic case of blue balls.
Anyway when Jack makes up his mind to enter into the military he breaks things off with the beard (aka the girlfriend). Dillon furious that Jack was going to leave without saying anything , meets up with him and punches him out. *shakes head* boys.
Jack thinking he got punched out because he broke up with Dillon's sister takes that as a sever in their friendship.

Fast forward and he's been tortured. He's on his way home after only to hear that his father is dying of cancer.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly Roberts on March 11, 2014
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Book had really good potential but left too many plot lines undeveloped - his dad, no real closure with the old girlfriend, his PTSD, the town bully, etc. As the book ends only 87% of the way, they could have saved the previews (one of which was for this book) and let the author finish writing the story. I was so excited at midnight to see the book I prepaid for appear but found only frustration after reading it. Ugh! I really want a refund. I can't shake the feeling if being cheated. Which is really sad because there was really great potential and the writing that was there should what this author might be capable of given more time or blank pages. NOT recommended for anyone who expects loose ends to be tied up, story arcs to go somewhere or anyone who works for the money the spend on books.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christy Loves 2 Read on March 11, 2014
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I'm pretty much a sucker for love stories that involve military or ex-military men. The trauma and suffering that our armed forces personnel go through breaks my heart. I personally think they should be some of the highest paid people in our government, but, I digress. 'Homecoming' is my first story to read by Meredith Daniels, but after reading the description I was definitely interested.

Coming home. Not always the easiest thing to do, and certainly not when home is a small town in Georgia. Jack left ten years ago and he's been back very sporadically. Now he's home for six weeks of medical leave after terrorists spent five days interrogating him in Kuwait. Jack is suffering from PTSD along with the physical effects of his torture, including panic attacks and uncontrollable rage. The last people he wants to run into are Stacy, his ex-girlfriend, and Dillon, her brother and Jack's ex best friend. He's also the only person Jack has ever loved. Unbeknownst to Jack, Dillon has loved Jack for years and still feels horrible about the fight he incited the night before Jack left for boot camp. Neither man knows the truth about the other's feelings. But six weeks is a long time. And anything can happen.

If Jack and Dillon could've worked their feelings out without additional stress, that would have been perfect. Unfortunately, they had to factor in small town homophobia and bigotry, along with the tenuous and uncomfortable relationship Jack and his father had. There was quite a bit of predictability to this story, its plot and the outcome. However, in my opinion, the author redeemed herself, somewhat, by her overall good writing and pace of the story. I enjoyed it and I can recommend it as an easy read.

NOTE: This book was provided by Samhain Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 11, 2014
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Suffering the effects of being captured and tortured in the line of duty, Delta Force soldier Jack Dresden returns to the shelter of his small town Georgia home to recuperate. But rather than finding the solace he is seeking, he finds not only Dillon Bluff, the best friend he abandoned years before, but that the feelings he had for Dillon have never left.

Seeing firsthand the taunts and challenges that Dillon faced since high school as a result of his sexual orientation, not to mention the attitude of Jack’s straight-laced father and small town prejudice, Jack hid his attraction to Dillon. But his return to town has driven Jack and Dillon back to one another, and fueled their need to rekindle their friendship and explore their desire for more.

I truly wanted to love this book. Jack is the hardened and sexy wounded warrior who returns to his southern roots. Dillon is the strong but sensitive and caring soul that Jack needs to become whole again and restore his sense of worthiness. However, I just didn’t feel the passion between the two men. Feelings were too black and white and I never felt a palpable connection between Jack and Dillon, except for the fact that I was told there was one. The interactions between all of the other characters were too simplistic, and just when the story reached a point where I thought it was going to turn a corner, it ended!

This novella had the elements to tell a sweet story of finding love and redemption; of confronting stereotypes and prejudices and coming home again. It just fell short of delivering the full potential for which it was capable.

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