Home at Last

Home at Last
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Series: Love Finds a Home Series, Book 3
Publisher: Gallagher Rose, LLC
Publication Year: 2005 / Rev 2016
Length: 322 pgs
ASIN: B01LICI8OS
ISBN: 9781945481024

After her career and love life both lurch the wrong way, Mari O’Malley returns to the Missouri Ozarks, drafted by her bossy sisters to care for their mother. Boredom at the family’s cabin on Lake Kesibwi has her poking her nose into the life of her sister’s troubled adolescent son. Helping him lands her in the arms of her childhood playmate, former bad-boy Andy Eppelwaite.

Soon their good-natured squabbling turns to love. But choices Mari made in her big-city life threaten to destroy their budding relationship, much as it seems her nephew is intent on destroying himself.

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About the Book

Originally published by Penguin Putnam in 2005

“…takes the reader on a wonderful journey into the lives of this incredibly strong and caring family…I found myself totally captivated.”—Dina Smith, Romance Junkies

After her career and love life both lurch the wrong way, Mari O’Malley returns to the Missouri Ozarks, drafted by her bossy sisters to care for their mother. Boredom at the family’s cabin on Lake Kesibwi has her poking her nose into the life of her sister’s troubled adolescent son. Helping him lands her in the arms of her childhood playmate, former bad-boy Andy Eppelwaite.

Soon their good-natured squabbling turns to love. But choices Mari made in her big-city life threaten to destroy their budding relationship, much as it seems her nephew is intent on destroying himself.

What the critics said…

“Corgiat skillfully interweaves (life issues)…into this hard-hitting contemporary southern romance featuring a likeable, if flawed, adult Dorothy trying to decide where she really belongs: Oz or Kansas.”

Lynne Welch, Booklist, 2005

“…a terrific O’Malley contemporary romance that stands alone because Jerri Corgiat cleverly intertwines the key elements from the previous novels into the fine story line.”

—Harriet Klausner, July 2005

“…a gripping emotional story guaranteed to find that special home in readers’ hearts!”

—Cindy, loveromances.com, September 2005

“By the end of the novel, the reader will feel she could go to the café in Cordelia and chat with any of the characters over a cup of coffee and homemade pie.”

—Roberta, A Romance Review, July 2005

“…the road towards self-awareness, understanding, forgiveness and mutual acceptance is not easy…Corgiat doesn’t simplify things any more than she reduces her characters to cardboard paragons.”

—Mary Benn, aromancereader.com

“Cordelia, Missouri, is a wonderful down-home town to visit and make new friends, ones you will want to visit again and again in this keeper of a series.”

—Diana Risso, Romance Reviews Today

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