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    contemporary romance

    A Place Called Home by Margaret Watson The McInnes Triplets #1 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. This book starts with Zoe in a diner eating, accosted by an older gentleman and being accused of something she did not do. Not one to buckle under pressure she stays strong till she can get home again. Zoe runs a women’s shelter and has personal reasons for doing so. When her deceased husband’s brother appears on the scene she is flummoxed, as is he, by the instant attraction between them. Gideon Tate is not much like her ex…not at all…and why is that? With bullies in abundance, battered women to take care of, accusations to defend against, sisters needing to reunite and become true friends, romance in the air and a town to contend with this is an excellent beginning to a series I can’t wait to read more of. Thank you to the author for the copy – this is my honest review. 4 Stars

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