The Way Home (Finding Home Book 3) Kindle Edition
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One of those complications, is that they each live hundreds of miles apart, and thus embark on a long distance relationship. There is light on the horizon though, since Emmy has a plan in place that will result in her moving to the same area where Pete and his family reside.
What they didn't count on, was just everyday life getting in the way.
Rounding out Rachel Caid's Finding Home series is a standalone novel that tells what might be termed a somewhat'ordinary' story.
There are no kidnappings or murders, no fight against time facing incalculable odds with the lives of thousands in the balance, just two people who happen to like each other trying to make a relationship work in less than ideal circumstances, but for me at least, tha's more than enough.
Not being high schoolers or even still college age, they've both mapped out pathways and embarked on careers that are important to them, meaning that it's not so easy to just walk away from everything for the sake of a fledgling relationship, so working things out is challenge enough.
I really enjoyed the sense of family that permeated the pages of The Way Home and how it didn't need to resort to trite clichés to create the drama that propels the story forward, and for those who have followed the entire series, the epilogue is something really special
I love Rachel Caid's books they are more true to life then most out there. She takes a ordinary couple and brings them to life. And many people can relate to the words written.
This was a sweet story with a few hiccups in the road. It was refreshing.
I can't wait to see what this author brings us next.
Pete, brother of the protagonists of two other books, is the superportetor kind, sincere, dedicated, loving, beautiful .... Ohmigod .... I want it to myself even.
Emmy also not far behind, determined, loving, hardworking begins a campaign to live in the town of Pete and this is where the story starts to get exciting.
Initially, the two are so sweet together that phase of the moon-honeymoon we wanted to know just what would wither those flowers as the blurb says. And at that point I thought fantastic writer, she was gradually giving me tips on what would be the conflict of the couple. And when I finally got there, it was ......
WONDERFUL .... I swear, it was very nice to see all the treachery I ever expected of no one, all formed confusion and all the couple's plans going Flushed Away.
I loved Craig attitudes again and again, brother of Hannah, and Wyatt, her friend.
others cursed a certain character that can not speak for not giving spoiler.
The cover has everything to do with the book and loved the explanation for the flower of choice in question.
Alll series of covers are beautiful and combined with my current atmosphere of spring ....
The only thing I did not like was the final scene, because:
- First the couple was so captivating and the outcome of their story was very creative and very exciting that wanted something more special to the last page, even after the epilogue we deduce what happened to them;
- Then, I thought the writer gave more emphasis to the epilogue. Even I understand why it really was something that those who read the book one should be expecting a lot and stayed cool as closing the entire series, but was not cool like the end for the history of books itself.
I recommend for those who like gostosinhos books and quick read.
This was a solid read. I enjoyed the chemistry between the two characters and really was able to relate to Emmy. She's smart, successful, independent, and a little bit of a Type A alpha rolled up in this bolt of cheery sunshine...until she isn't. She gets knocked on her ass and then has to claw her way out. I loved all the dimensions she had and think many women will be able to relate to her. Pete's love for poetry combined with his working man exterior make for some swoony moments as well.