Home To You By: Robin Kaye
"From the award-winning author of the Bad Boys of Red Hook series, a new novel about finding love where you least expect it…
Jackson Sullivan III has always lived up to his uncle’s expectations, until his career is sidelined, leaving him lost and in need of a retreat to his family’s cabin. But his solitude is interrupted by a beautiful visitor whose combative feelings about the Sullivans lead Jax to a surprising declaration: he pretends to be someone else.
Though she hasn't seen the privileged scion since she was a child, Kendall Watkins hates everything Jackson Sullivan represents. She should know: her parents have managed the Sullivan estate for years. In need of her own peace and quiet, she heads to the cabin, never expecting to come face to face with the most handsome man she’s ever met. Soon stranded by a violent nor’easter, Jax and Kendall end up sharing more than they dreamed. But Jax knows that when the storm clears, his true identity will be revealed, and Kendall will be left with a betrayal that may be too great to forgive…"
Title: Home To You
Author: Robin Kaye
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"Home To You" by Robin Kaye
What I liked about this novel...
What was there not to like in this story of Kendall and Jack in the author's new series? This author gives us a sweet story of two people in Harmony, New Hampshire with one hiding his identity. Now, why was that? We find that both of these two people had some real problems of there own. What will happen when they come together and there seems to be intense chemistry between the two however, when the truth comes out and Kendall discovers who Jack really is what happens next. I liked how this author was able to give the reader a rather intensed story that will keep you turning the pages to see what will go on next for these two. The hero and heroine in this story were very fascinating and interesting that will keep you turning the pages where you will find that each one of these characters have some wounds that needs are in need of some help. Will they be able to get this from each other after all is said and opened? I did like the way this author presented them sharing with one another especially at the beginning when they really didn't know that much about each other
but as things progress will there be issues [secrets] that gets in the way of their relationship? "Home To You" was definitely a read of two people who had gone through and had some hard blows in their life's. I did find the read rather slow paced at times that left me wondering about that, however, I could see how this author was building the plots and creating this relationship. By the end these two characters will have to make some very important decisions and with saying that you the reader must pick up this good read to see for yourself just what that decision will be for these two.