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Calling Home (Destiny's Child)

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It's the little things that keep people calling home...

Forensic pathologist Margo Nolan is described by colleagues as a cold, unemotional man hiding inside a woman's body. Clinical and rational, the Ice Queen persona is only a facade to protect herself after she lost the only thing she ever longed for: Emma, the daughter she was raising as her own.

When tragedy strikes Emma
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Published December 5th 2011 by Noble Romance Publishing
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Natalie Owens
This is not the first book I've read by Zee Monodee, and in this, as in other works of hers, I see her masterful touch with characterization. This book is so different from her romantic suspense offering, the edge-of-your-seat plot of Walking the Edge from the Corpus Brides series. Calling Home is not about a sweeping adventure, epic quest or heart-stopping action. Here, however, it really shows how the author is a pro at building memorable, believable characters that creep into your heart...rea ...more
Katrina


Calling home is a wonderfully written love story, about hope, trust, love and change and a place to call home.

Zee has created a wonderfully compelling storyline that will suck you in from within the first pages, you will find yourself at the end sighing and sheepishly grinning. The storyline is fluent flowing and will have you reading till the very last pages and wandering where the hours have gone. Im a sucker for a well balanced love story and Calling Home is certainly this.

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Lucy Felthouse
Article first published as eBook Review: Calling Home by Zee Monodee on Blogcritics.

This book intrigued me ever since I read the blurb - even more so when I found out that the author's inspiration for the male character was one of my favourite celebrity crushes (Jared Padalecki). Calling Home is the story of Margo Nolan. She's led a complicated life with much heartbreak, which has resulted in her becoming a self confessed Ice Queen. She's incredibly good at her job as a forensic pathologist, and
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Jessica Subject
Margo Nolan has built a wall around herself after one man ruined her perception of love. But a young girl bursts into her life, and begins to melt away the ice surrounding her heart. But will it melt enough to let young doctor Jamie Gillespie in, or will her cold demeanor return?

Zee Monodee does it again with Calling Home. This book is filled with well-developed characters, and raw emotions, instantly grabbing me into the story and not letting go until the very end. I look forward to the next in
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Kathy
Being able to write a romance heroine that's an ice queen and to pull it off without putting the readers off poses a huge challenge. I don't think I could do it. Whew, Margo is a tough cookie. She's as difficult to crack as one of the cases she would work on as a forensic pathologist. But the hero, Jamie, is the perfect man who has the skill to break through all her layers and she has plenty. He melts her heart. Who wouldn't want a man like him? He's not perfect in a stuffy, uncomfortable way bu ...more
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Stories about love, life, relationships... in a melting-pot of culture

Zee is an author who grew up on a fence - on one side there was modernity and the global world, on the other there was culture and traditions. Putting up with the culture for half of her life, one day she decided she'd stand tall on her wall and dip toes every now and then into both sides of her non-conventional upbringing.

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Destiny's Child (2 books)
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Walking The Edge (Corpus Brides Trilogy, #1) Once Upon A Second Chance (A 1Night Stand Story) Once Upon A Stormy Night (A 1Night Stand Story) Before The Morning (Corpus Brides Trilogy, #2) The Other Side (Island Girls, #1)

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