- Paperback: 554 pages
- Publisher: Penwrights Press; 1 edition (May 15, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 099896641X
- ISBN-13: 978-0998966410
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,908,281 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Coming Home ~ A Tiny House Collection Paperback – May 15, 2017
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The first in the line up is Love is Sweeter in Sugar Hill by Ane Mulligan. I love all of Ms. Mulligan's books so far. This story does not disappoint. Take a hunky hospital administrator and team him with a determined nurse and what do you get? A love story.
Kayla's Challenge by Linda Yezak brings Kayla Mullins to the realization that she cannot marry the man her parents wish her too. Will she be able to convince them that she can make it on her own?
If These Walls Could Talk by Pamela Meyers brings two lost souls together. Will Kia and Erik be able to figure out who truly owns the house? Will Kia be able to settle in the could North or does Florida call her name?
Yvonne Anderson writes First Love. Minda's marriage is over. The finality hits her and she decides to write herself a new life beginning with a tiny house in the woods. Will she be able to find answers by going back to her hometown?
Dash of Pepper by Kimberli S. McKay tells the tale of Nina Pepper. A young woman wanting to escape her hometown. When the man she wants to marry leaves her without a backwards glance, Nina must accept this. But her growing attraction for a certain police man has her wondering if she really wants to leave.
Berly Charles is out to save her business in Big Love by Michael Ehret. Rafe is a big time magazine reporter who feels that writing about the tiny house craze is beneath his abilities. However, when he finds out who the story involves, his interest is piqued. Will a certain red head be able to change his mind?
Finally in The Light Holding Her by Chandra Lynn Smith, Julia Adkins is glad to live in the middle of nowhere in her tiny tree house. But the walls seem too invisible and the area too remote when yellow marbles begin to appear out of nowhere. In a fight for her life, Julia finds her sanctuary has been violated.
With each of these stories involving tiny houses, the reader really comes to see that peace and quiet can be found in small places. I really enjoyed the collection and look forward to reading more books by these authors. I do believe some follow up stories may be needed.
The second to the last story I just could not get into at all I read a chapter and a half and I just could not get past the writing style I guess-I am giving the book 5 stars though as all the other stories were excellent.
My one other complaint-I think it might have been the second story in-I did not appreciate it that the author says at the end-to be continued in 2019-I thought that was pretty bad and just not happy that an author would leave you hanging with the story for two years.I may not be here in two years lol
I would recommend the collection of stories though
Read one story, wait a day or two, then read another, following these same steps. The reason I say this is that one of the stories—Big Love—is quite different in voice and style from the others. If you read it after having just read all the others, you may not give it a fair reading. It takes a couple of pages to adjust to the rhythm and the punctuation style. You may not like the heroine at first. I didn't. But I can tell you this. She will become so real in a few pages that you'll be rooting for her—not to mention laughing yourself silly.
All the stories in "Coming Home: A Tiny House Collection" are interesting, fun reads that give you something to ponder. That's why I've given this collection five stars.
The story is intriguing as we follow the day to day duties of a nurse. Lindsey is very compassionate and wants to make sure her patients get the best care. The nursing staff is short and Lindsey goes to see the hospital administrator . Carter is a hard working man who has his hands full running a busy hospital. I liked the interaction between Lindsey and Carter. It was funny to read about them trying to out maneuver each other in negotiations for more nurses.
Lindsey is guarded around Carter as she starts to have feelings for him. What happened in her past that has kept her from falling for someone? I loved the description of the inner workings of the hospital and staff. There is a very special person you will meet in the story that I adored. This person was wise, caring and shared her faith with others. What happens that puts a patient and nurse in danger? Can Lindsey allow herself to overcome her hurt and learn to forgive? Carter has always done what was expected of him. Through the story the author gives us glimpses of Carter starting to believe in himself and learning to trust God. The story was a quick read but packed with a wonderful story filled with forgiveness, love and hope. I can't wait to read the rest of the stories in this book.
I received a copy of this book from the author and The BookClub Network. The review is my own opinion.