Home Again

Donna B. McNicol


Home Again

Home Again

  • Title: Home Again
  • Author: Donna B. McNicol
  • ISBN: 9781482593457
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback



Continued from the prequel short story, Lost and Found After a move back home to rural Kansas, single mom Sarah looks forward getting back to a simpler lifestyle but her eight year old son, Brian, thinks differently They have to forget some of their big city ways that might set them apart from new hometown No city buses, no big movie cinemas, no street lights and no 9Continued from the prequel short story, Lost and Found After a move back home to rural Kansas, single mom Sarah looks forward getting back to a simpler lifestyle but her eight year old son, Brian, thinks differently They have to forget some of their big city ways that might set them apart from new hometown No city buses, no big movie cinemas, no street lights and no 911 service Sarah worries that Brian will grow bored and get into trouble but she has her own worries, like finding a job to support them There isn t much call for waitresses in a town with one diner and a coffee shop How will she support them so they can stay here in her home town Then there is the hunky sheriff who s also new to town, Carl Pierce, who seems to be quite interested in learning about Sarah and her son Will his ex wife cause them problems What about Sarah s ex Will Brian rebel at the thought of another man in his life What happens when the tornado rips through the area


Recent Comments "Home Again"

I wanted to like this book, but unfortunately the plot lacked depth. I found the hero and heroine to be rather silly and their characters were not well fleshed out. Nothing of note happened in the story - unless you count a tornado, which was the most exciting slant in there and even it was taken up with far too much trivia. The dialogue was weak - a friend calling another "Miss Snotty Pants" is something a ten year old would say - and could have been written by someone from The People's Friend [...]

An Enchanting RomanceMs. McNicol has portrayed Sarah Davidson as a single mom, tired of living the big city life and returning home with her young son to rural Kansas. In her home area, she not only finds the easier life of country living, but also a new romance and multiple opportunities for herself and her son, Brian.The writing on this book is excellent. It allows us to live with the characters and live through their problems and joys. It's realistic of life in a rural community, of being a s [...]

Home Again was a heart warming read about a young single-mother returning to her small home town. She'd left behind life in the busy city. After a broken marriage and always looking out for herself, Sarah has to learn how to trust again and settle back into the small-town life with her son. Of course, there is the good looking Sherrif, Carl to add to all the excitement. I enjoyed this story. Donna McNicol paced the story in such a way that I always wanted to know what was next. Occasionally the [...]

Home Again is the endearing, heartwarming rendering of the old adage "you can take the girl out of the country but you can't take the country out of the girl." Telling the tale of a single mom returning to the small town where she grew up and how she navigates single motherhood, unemployment, making new friends, and dating again, this book is both realistic and fun. The author has done her research to add just enough reality to the storyline to make it plausible, yet left enough to the imaginati [...]

I would class this as a cozy read. One I would pick up with a glass of wine in the evening; a mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter day; or a bottle of sun tan lotion as I head for the beach. I found the story line pulled me through the book and I hated to put it down. Sarah and her son return to Sarah's hometown in Kansas after she has filed for a divorce. The story is about how they adjust to a move to small town America after living in a large city. I loved this book!

Refreshing change.I got this book awhile ago and had only read a couple chapters. I decided to finally finish it and couldn't put it down. It is what I call a wholesome book. No swearing or x rated scenes. The characters were likeable and the dialogue was natural, easy to follow. I highly recommend it because like the title says it's a refreshing change. I'm looking forward to reading her other books.

It was an ok read. Drug out at times, and towards the end of the book, I was not a fan of the Sarah at all.

Nice little romance with good characters. Cozy read!


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