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  • Long Road Home book 4

    Home Again by Caitlyn O’Leary is the fourth book in the multi author Long Road Home series and readers who have read the first three stories will recognise Sebastian Durand as one of the five service men who meet in the Atlanta airport during Hurricane Helen. As an avid reader of Ms O’Leary’s books since her first publication, I have often been in awe of her heartfelt stories and the messages contained within. Unfortunately, this story fell short of my expectations. Mystery and heartache surrounding Sebastian’s past and his estranged relationship with the grandfather who raised him until he joined the Navy, and why he hasn’t returned to the family home in 12 years. The story starts out at a steady pace and tweaks the readers curiosity as to what will be revealed; that is until chapter 9. Between chapter 9 –12, I found myself rereading parts to ensure I wasn’t missing or misunderstanding something, as the events in these chapters felt fractured, unexplained, and unedited which is certainly unlike this author’s meticulous writing style. But, as the story progressed, the danger and intrigue increased, and the depth of family deception was unveiled, yet many questions remained unanswered and left me asking “but what happened?”. It did jump about quite a bit going from one chapter’s POV to another’s, but as the danger ramped up and time was running out, the adrenaline was definitely pumping. For me personally, and this is entirely my opinion only, Sebastian and Gianna are my least favourite couple as their relationship seemed to stem more from mutual loss than genuine passion. However, the epilogue was endearing and sweet, but mentioning the character from the next book was unnecessary. I have no doubt this book will be received well, and it was indeed a good story, but for me it was just average. I received a free ARC of this book and am voluntarily leaving a unbiased review.

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  • Skillfully crafted & sinfully easy to get into

    I really enjoyed Sebastian and Gianna's story. The blend of drama, emotion, suspense, danger, action, tension, desire, mystery and romance was skillfully crafted and sinfully easy to get caught up in. I found the characters easy to like and root for and oh, how my heart ached for Sebastian. This book is the perfect choice for when you want those feels but also are craving some excitement. a bit of an edge and just a touch of heartstring tugging. This is my frank, freely posted review.

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  • Not to be missed

    I find myself looking forward to Blessing and the airport more with each of the Long Road Home books, and this visit didn’t disappoint. It’s not really possible to describe this book or its characters. Sebastian is conflicted, and there seemed to be more to his story than we saw or heard, which I hope gets a spot of space in future books in this series. And Gianna – strong, determined, and again, I ‘d have liked more of her story. Don’t be fooled, this story is not as straightforward as it first appears, Sebastian’s realization that he has friends is heartwarming, and Jada is a joy to read – looking forward to her story with Gideon. And the epilogue is pure gold!

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  • Home Again and Revealing the Shadows

    This is book 4 in the series The Long Road Home. These books from 5 different authors (many beloved to me from other series and a few new to me now beloved) center around 5 servicemen who meet in the Atlanta airport USO. This is Sebastian's story, an active SEAL who is home on leave after a long absence, seeking answers to his history. Along the way he meets a woman on her own quest. Romance and friendship, page turning suspense and hope. I do so love the words and tales Caitlyn O'Leary! Bravo!!! I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • FAntastic!

    With a little different slant, Sebastian is not on a mission to a foreign country with his Seal Team, he is on his own mission with help from some of his Seal Team members to find answers. Sebastian is determined to find the answers into his parents’ deaths so many years ago and he has come home to Louisiana to delve into his Grandpere’s political dealings where he is sure to find the answers he has been looking for since he was a child. A story of secrets and lies. This is heartfelt with Sebastian’s love for his lifelong friend, Ophelia, and what home means to him. He also finds a quirky, beautiful woman, Gianna, who is also looking for answers of her own. Together, Sebastian and Gianna embark on a dangerous mission, surprisingly connected with questions and answers intertwined by the secrets of the bayou and complicated by their sizzling chemistry. Full of suspense and intrigue, I love this story and couldn’t put it down until I finished it.

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