- File Size: 4844 KB
- Print Length: 201 pages
- Publication Date: August 1, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07FQXDX6V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #974,456 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Homegoing Kindle Edition
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Bethany and Liam are childhood sweethearts from the same small town; theirs was a fairytale romance until reality, ambition and misunderstanding drove them apart..this book focuses on Bethany’s return to her home town, on the death of her father, and her reconnection with the people and the world that she believed she had left far behind...
There is great depth in the characters and Liam and Bethany, in particular, were both relatable and their relationship complex and believable.... they take turns to tell the story from their points of view; providing an up close and personal insight into their feelings and reasons for their reactions to events as the story unfolds.. time they say is a healer, but not it seems in every case, and there are so many reasons why these two are destined to remain apart.,,,
A small town romance with a big heart.... a must read for anyone who enjoys the push and pull of two hearts that should have been one...I received and advanced copy of this book.
From the start it was clear they both were still attracted to one another but both of them were angry. Really angry and rightfully so. Mostly. I liked both characters...individually, but it took some time for me to warm up to them together even though they did have solid chemistry from the beginning. I just didn't see it at first but Janae Keyes did a good job of slowly showing them fall for each other as adults. And I appreciated that it was a deep and caring love brought about by small gestures. The 'everyday stuff'.
The one thing I didn't like and it is the reason I dropped a star was...Liam's reluctance to leave their small town. It was totally unrealistic to expect that Beth should have to give up her career when he could just as easily do his job anywhere. And let's not forget that he could have used some distance from his own baby mama drama. It was frustrating and I felt kind of disrespectful towards Beth and her accomplishments.
Other than that little problem, I really had a good time reading Homegoing.
I'm a big fan of second chance romance , this book ticked all the boxes when reading the blurb and although I enjoyed the story line I didn't love it. For me it seemed a little rushed in places and although there was a great spark between the main characters I feel they lacked that passion. Lots had happened between them in the past and I just wanted that passion to shine through as they fought for the Love they both still held for each other.
Bethany and Liam were childhood sweethearts but the older they got they they discovered their lives were going in different directions. Liam was happy staying in his home town and working the family business but Bethany had big dreams of becoming a surgeon and moving away. When Liam breaks her heart Bethany walks away and it's been years since she last made a visit home. That is until the death of her father and she has no other option than to confront her past.
An enjoyable read and this is my first time reading Janae Keyes I will be looking out for more from her in the future.