Reviewed by Poppy Johnson
To get away from her husband Emilio’s scandal, Dallas decides to try out the small town life and reconnect with the people from her childhood in St. Dennis. She moves in with her Aunt Berry and begins to settle into a quieter lifestyle. Her son Cody has some problems adjusting to his new situation, and Dallas realizes that her choices are affecting her son. It begins to mar his confidence going forward, and Dallas struggles with her decision to move her family.
Grant Wyler is the town vet and Dallas’ former beau. They have an easy connection that they can’t deny and are drawn together like magnets. However, the timing may not be right for them to rekindle their romance – Emilio arrives to reclaim his family. Speculation and assumptions are high and a potential disaster is avoided, bringing Dallas closer to Grant and solidifying their feelings for each other.
Grant and Dallas work to put the pain of loss behind them in order to find love again. The story’s main focus is on the romantic aspects of the characters’ lives, but it does include some moments of moderate suspense. I would recommend Home Again to an audience of any age.
After a decade of working in several NYC law departments and teaching, Poppy decided she enjoyed writing full-time. She currently works as a freelance writing consultant, and lives with her husband and sons on the East Coast.
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