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  • Beautiful conclusion

    What a beautiful conclusion to this fantastic series with family as a strong foundation. This is the third book in this series and I loved it as much as the first two books. This book focuses on Louise “Lulu” Kingsley, the half-sister of Camille Chandler. After her father’s death, Lulu visits Cami at Chandler Hill to strengthen their bond. While there, Lulu meets Miguel, the great nephew of Rafe, Cami’s grandfather. She tells herself that Miguel is a player and to not get involved with him, but their one night together has consequences. Grab your copy and see what happens in this wonderful small town read. I bet you’ll want to visit and get to know all these wonderful characters. I received an advanced reader copy of this book and this is my voluntary and honest review.

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  • My Musings

    Thanks goes the publisher and Net-Galley for the complimentary copy of Home at Last by Judith Keim. I have read this women’s fiction novel with strong romantic elements for the purpose of expressing my view and opinions which are not influenced in any way. Home at Home is the third book in Ms. Keim’s Chandler Hill Inn series. I read the first two books and enjoyed them immensely, so I couldn’t wait to read Home at Last. This novel reunites two half-sisters, who have only recently discovered each other. The writing pulled me in right away and kept me engaged until the end. The character development is solid, and the plot is unique. While I’m glad I read Home at Last, it wasn’t as amazing as the other two were, but still an excellent book. Louise Kingsley, aka Lulu, character has many aspects of her personality I enjoyed, but there were a few I found annoying. She vacillates quite a lot between which man she wants. I’m not a huge fan of love triangles so that may have affected my overall enjoyment a touch. She has reason to fall back on the tried and true she’s known from her political father. Also, she has good reason to have concerns regarding faithfulness in a relationship. My issue came from her back and forth from one to other. Miguel Lopez is our hero and I enjoyed his character a great deal. He’s a loyal grandson and friend. His issues aren’t as involved as the heroine’s. He easily attracts women, and has, since his teenage years. This causes unnecessary flags raised in Lulu’s mind. He isn’t a “lady killer” he’s just an engaging man, who he appeals to females with little effort. He’s an all-around good guy, willing to extend his hand of friendship. The romance isn’t the strong focus of this book, and that’s easy to see from the first. Although that’s not to say it’s a lovely love story. Lulu’s issues and problems and learning to live with them and resolve them is the central premise. She is getting to know her sister, and she has a complex relationship with her mother. Her father was a womanizer. All these issues are enough to affect her life. I’m happy to say I enjoyed her resolutions. If you’re looking for a novel that deals with real-life issues with intricate relationships, then you will enjoy Home at Last as much as I. I’m so glad I found Ms. Keim’s novels and look forward to reading future books by her. Happy reading!

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  • Wonderful End of Series

    What a fitting end to this series. This book focuses on Lulu, half-sister of Cami. After her father's death, she decides to come to the inn and get to know her half-sister better. Lulu is really at a crossroads of her life in several ways. She wants more from life than what she had as her father's assistant. She's become a bit jaded because of all that she has experienced on the political road as well as her childhood, which was not a good one. This book is really about family, on several levels. Lulu works on her relationship with her mother, which was never very good before. She becomes true sisters with her half-sister, Cami. There is even a love interest angle that becomes fraught with tension at the end. It's hard to describe this book precisely, as it feels like a slice of life (but in a marvellous way). The characters are very well drawn and feel real. There are not the big ups and downs, with lots of conflict and tension (though there is some) as you often see in books, yet it is still a compelling page-turner. The series was my first introduction to this author; I look forward to reading her next series as well as digging into her backlist. I enjoyed this series that much. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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  • Building a family

    This is a delightful heart warming story of Cami and Lulu, half-sisters who are strengthening their bond as Lulu comes to live with Cami at Chandler Hill and begins working on the marketing for the Inn and Winery. This is a wonderful read about building family relationships with a little ( or a lot) of romance thrown in. Another great book by Judith Keim I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Disappointed

    This is the third book in a three book series. Unfortunately it was no where near as good as the first two.

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