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  • Contemporary Romance

    No Place Like Home by Margaret Watson The McInnes Triplets #2 Three sisters, triplets, dressed alike as children, pitted against one another by their father, finally returning to the family house to go through it after their father dies and hoping to become closer while dealing with the ghosts they never left behind. Their stories will unfold one by one in Spruce Lake where they once were not the happiest girls in the world but where love just might find each one of them. In book two we hear Bree’s story. Having left home just out of high school and having to find her way on her own she returns to Spruce Lake to help go through her father’s things so the house can be sold. Along with her she brings her twelve year old son, Charlie. She has worked hard to pay for her education, take care of her son and make a life for herself. With a secret or two she does not want to share, a new job on the campus her father used to teach at, a job at a local bar to help make ends meet, a professor to fall for, sisters to get closer to and a lot to contend with this is a story that held my interest from beginning to end. Who knew that orchids could be so interesting or that an orchid enthusiast with a PhD in biology would be such a hunk? Thank you to the author for the ARC – this is my honest review. 4.5 Stars

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