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  • Family is so Important

    Kane has been on the run for the last twelve years, he has now returned home to Last Stand. He left home on a preconceived misconception. He will finally see how his family sticks together through thick and thin. Then there is slow burn romance of instant attraction between Lark and Kane. Loved these characters along with the siblings. Great character development. It shows how important family is. I thought the actual romance was a little rushed at the end. This is the fifth book in the series, but can be read as a stand alone. Believe me, I have not read the first four but I am planning on now.

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  • Myriad of emotions to be experienced

    Justine Davis’ fifth book in the Lone Star Justice series, Lone Star Homecoming, was the perfect culmination of all the books in the series. With a plethora of heart warming, breaking, and sighing moments this definitely is a story I would term as a page turner. Kane and Lark’s story is truly one that literally brought me to tears on one page, and then had me chuckling on the very next...there are a myriad of emotions to be experienced within this story, and is one I can see myself reading time and again. This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.

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  • Family

    Really enjoyed this 5th and last book in Justine Davis's A Texas Justice Novel about the Highwater's. This one was emotionally charged with the youngest Highwater finally comes home after being away for more then a decade.Read how they invite him back into the fold after being away for so long.

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  • Saved the best for last

    Saved the best for last in the Highwater family. This book had me on pins & needles the entire time I was reading it, I kept wondering when Kane would explode & run or when one of his brothers would snap & yell at him for being stubborn. The drama was high end in the journey of Kane finding his truth. His story was so heartbreaking to read as he remembers his trek to complete his late father’s bucket list & the sad reason behind the journey. I definitely enjoyed the character of Lark, her history was the perfect pairing for Kane. The fact that neither knew a biological parent but felt parental love was a strong factor in their chemistry, even if Kane didn’t believe he was loved. I loved how Kane’s family looked to Lark for guidance because of her work history. I would loved to see a book done just to finish up this family maybe a few years down the road to see what’s going on in their lives. Definitely recommend. Thank you to Tule publishing for letting me read this book for an honest review.

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  • Emotionally Intense

    Lone Star Homecoming (Texas Justice, #5) by Justine Davis is the book this series has been building up to with each of the four past books. While each of Kane’s siblings have found peace, happiness and love they never stopped looking for their little brother. Finally the time for a reunion has come after he has been gone twelve long years. Time enough for him to go from a run-away teenager to a man of integrity. Kane’s story is a beautiful, intensely emotional story. What ever I was expecting and I will admit I was expecting a lot from Justine Davis, this book surpasses it all, marking her in my eye as a true master storyteller. It's time to unload the guilt but Kane can only do that with his family’s help and support. Memorable characters in an unforgettable story I highly recommend reading it with a tissue in hand. Of all the Last Stand, Texas families, I have come to love this one the most. I am sure some would say it is a stand-alone story. However, I recommend reading the series in order to get the others’ perspective on the circumstances surrounding his leaving, the effects of Kane’s leaving on each of them and the continued search for him. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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