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- Listening Length: 6 hours and 25 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Jackie Weger
- Audible.com Release Date: January 28, 2015
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SVTAEKI
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And for me, that's saying a lot. I don't have much time to read. Moreover, I don't usually read romances, but I'd heard great things about Weger's work, so I decided to give this novel a try, and I'm sure glad I did.
Phoebe is a hotheaded, hard-working redhead who is desperate to provide for her siblings. Desperate to find a better way. She ends up running into (quite literally) a similarly-hardworking, proud widower, and from the very first moment Phoebe and Gage Morgan meet, they argue like crabs tossing around in a boiling pot. Eventually, they quit fighting, because this is a romance, but it's also one with a conclusion I found believable.
I'd be amiss if I did not comment on two more things: the writing is as solid as the plot is well-constructed. And the editing is professional, both on a developmental level and a copy edit level.
An enthusiastic five stars from me.
And yet - delightful! I'm not going to rehash the plot, you can read the blurb or other reviews for that, but imagine if Dicey from Homecoming and Dicey's Song (Cynthia Voigt) had been an adult searching for a good man to fall in love with her and take her and her siblings into his humble home.
Phoebe's voice took a bit for me to get used to - or rather, took a bit for me to embrace her as an adult, because honestly, she sounds enough like I remember of Dicey to trip me up. I say this as a compliment - so don't go thinking this is a cheap knock-off - because Finding Home is definitely a story all it's own.
This book has spit and vinegar and and character and wit. I found myself laughing out loud several times. I read it in one extremely enjoyable sitting, and I highly recommend it for that moment when you're looking for a fun, engaging, and humorous male/female romance.
I won't be forgetting Phoebe and Gage anytime soon.
The humor is earned and not telegraphed and the love for this book caught me by surprise. I read quite a few books (over 120 since January) and I review only the ones I love--like this one. The best thing about a story is the desire to read more because how much you enjoyed the journey. I want more because it is a great story and I loved the characters.
It's Phoebe the 2nd oldest of the family on a mission to find a home for her Ma , Pa & 3 siblings, 2 of who is on the journey with her. Phoebe is not afraid of hard work She see's everything as an opportunity ( A grafter ) Bottom line she truly want's a better life for herself & family
After a fender bender she meet's Gage This is where the best story begins, You have to read it yourself.
This is the first book I have read Of Jackie Weber I can tell you it won't be the last, A very Must read in my opinion.
If you think the book is Brilliant Read her Bio it had me chuckling enough that hubster said quit shaking the bed.