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Coming Home (Wakefield Romance #2)

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In the sequel to "Two Weeks With a SEAL" we find Rhea left behind by Chad's deployment. When she's faced with a surprising obstacle, she misses him more as every day passes. Her friendship with fellow SEAL wife, Rosa, grows and they lean on one another for support. Chad wants to protect his brothers and loves his job, but he's ready to be a civilian again and to be home wi ...more
Published February 13th 2013 by Theresa Marguerite Hewitt
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After reading the 1st book in this series I had to get the 2nd as soon as I was done with the 1st. I just had to see what happened with the story of Rhea and Chad.

It was so hard to read that he had to be shipped out when they just admitted to each other their feelings that they have kept bottled up since childhood.

I can only imagine what the families of our service men and women go through when they are deployed. At the end of the 1st book it gave me a glimpse of what they must feel and it was
Bravo another wonderfully written book.Better than book 1? YES As a fan of books with military men, this did not disappoint. More for Rhea and Chad- count me in. I loved this plot mostly because it was loaded with angst.

It is the journey of coming clean for Rhea and Chad. Both finally admit the love they feel now, as well as the love they felt since being teenagers. What was realistic for me was Rhea not leading a reclusive life. She was dating sporadically, hanging with friends, and healing fr
This book had a good story but there were so many grammatical and spelling mistakes (one on almost every page) that I took a star away just for that. She literally spelt soldier, "solider" every time she used that word. Seriously, whoever proofread this book should be fired. Also, as an author, she should not have made that many grammatical and spelling mistakes; they were things I learned in elementary school! Second, there was a huge lack of research for Navy SEALS (or military in general) and ...more
Karen Harper
Better than the First Book!
I was taught that if you didn’t have something good to say about someone or something, don’t say anything at all. Well, I have lots of good things to say about Coming Home, the second book in The Wakefield Romance Series.
The second book in a series is usually a ‘filler’ and not as good as the first. Not in this case. I really liked the first book, Two Weeks with a Seal, but I loved the second one! Although a little slow in places, I think that this is maybe the first
Holy SEALs, Batman. I was once again floored with this book by Theresa Marguerite Hewitt. The second novel in the Wakefield Romance series continues where Two Weeks with a SEAL left off.
Rhea Griggs just said goodbye to her fiancé, Chadwick Payne. He’s off to God knows where, doing God knows what. That’s his job as a Navy SEAL. Rhea is shocked to find out that she’s pregnant, just three weeks after Chad leaves.
Duke Orr, Rhea’s former lover, has been harassing the two lovers for the two weeks
Theresa as an author just gets better and better. I loved this book more than the first, and wasn't expecting the ending to turn that way at all. I can't wait for the third book!!

This book was even better than the first let me just tell ya. The first was good but this one had me crazy.

When the last book needed Chad was deployed and that was heart wrenching enough. Now while he is gone Rhea finds our she is pregnant. Yay!!! I was so hoping that would happen. Now we get to travel on a freaking e,otional roller coaster. I was so afraid Chad would be killed while over seas, or go missing, well anything bad. I was just afraid that things were going to Fall apart because they
Michele Williams
I definitely liked Coming Home (book 2) better than Two Weeks With A Seal - the first book in the series The Wakefield Romance. This moved along and kept me interested whereas the first book seemed drawn out and repetitive. Don't get me wrong - I obviously liked the story of Rhea and Chad or I wouldn't have read the second book. The story was about two people from a small town in Virginia. Chad was Rhea's brother's best friend growing up and Seal teammate whom she fell in love with as a small ch ...more
With Chad deployed he and Rhea learn if their relationship can survive the seperation. With unexpected surprises and new friends becoming closer what happens in the in between until they are together again.

This one is more angist this the first with lonely nights and great friends, but there's still Derik to contend with. You get to see inside his mind and how he feels about Rhea. There's still allot of fun times with close friends keeping things light even through tough times. Enjoyed seeing Ch
I liked this one better than the first. I like chad the best and really enjoy the friends of Rhea and Chad. I have to say I teared up at one part about 85% through the book.
I truly enjoyed the military aspect and will search for more books like that now.
Louise Rogers-Thomas
This is just as good if not better than book 1 Two Weeks With a Seal. A real emotional roller coaster, yep I needed tissues again!! Another well written book, its nice that not only do you get Rhea and Chads pov, but you also get the pov from close family and friends and it links nicely in to Ellie and Bobbys story. Looking forward to the next couple of books from the series.
Jeni Finch

My View: First off I love how she does both POV!
Well we left off with Chad leaving for the middle east, We start it with some what heartbreaking news, Rhea finds out she is pregnant and yes I saw some what heart breaking because I think its sad that Chad isn't able to be there for Rhea. But they are very excited!!!!! While Chad is on shipment Duke is try to convince Rhea that he would be better for her especially with a baby on the way.Rhea tells Duke th
Ray is at home all alone without Chad while he serves ove seas. Duke (who u meet i the 1st book) is a pain in the ass and proves to be much more than that....In this books you go threw the pain of only seeing your love one via skype :-( With the help of great friends and some family Ray makes it threw to the last day of Chads deployment just to possibly have EVERYTHING ripped away the day he comes home. What happened and does everyomake it out alive? Not gonna tell but its worth reading :-)
I have read the first two in this series back to back and cannot wait for book 3! This is the first I have read of her work. I am so impressed by her ability to express emotion. I really felt what the characters were going through! I have one teeny tiny issue, the way Rhea tries to accept Duke`s friendship. I could not believe some of the things she did! However,these actions are what brought about the whole climactic scene of the book!
I like how book 2 is set out with each of their POV's.

This just made me not sleep till it was finished in one night. So again this didn't disappoint me but it made me love Chad and Rhea more.

This has more heartfelt more love and a little more angst (if you've read it then the part you know I'm referring to is an angst, well to me it is.)

Writing this review is making me going to read it all over again.
So, this was a sequel to Two Weeks with a Seal and it's pretty much a must read after book 1. I must admit though that this book was making me a little angry at Miss Rhea in the beginning. Didnt seem like the choices she was making made much sense. I was invested in the characters though so I finished the book and ended up really liking it. There were a few unexpected things that I didn't see coming too.
Jean Stewart
Read this straight after two weeks with a seal. Loved getting to know the other characters a bit better& the relationships between kendall and harlan and garth and brad. Felt her pain when all she wanted was to speak to this man she had just declared her feelings to. Brilliant book& extremely moving scenes at the hospital to feel a strong man torn to pieces was such a heart wrenching moment.
Dawn Wells
I'm always honored to read a book featuring true Hero's like the military men and women keeping us safe and free. This book about the love of a military man and his long time love interest. Is very enjoyable. I read book one " two weeks with a seal" and had to read this one not just for a continuation of the story. But because I really liked the people represented. Looking forward to book 3.
One of the few times the second book is better than the first one. Was a really good little book and the ending was a little surprising.
Chelsea Camaron
I loved Chad and Rhea from the first book and wanted more. This book is a journey of emotion. I loved the feel of this book and the way Theresa Marguerite Hewitt brings the small town to life. Each character adds depth and pull into the story line one building onto the other. I loved the alternating POV and seeing things from Chad's perspective. Great read
This is a start to a great series. After starting reading the first book Two weeks with a Seal I smiled to myself because the towns that are named in this book is where I have been raised and where I still live around to this day. The talk about the bonfire parties among other things brought back memories of growing up :)
Explosive sequel? Absolutely love this series. There was a warning at the beginning of the book that something would make you scream. I find myself cringing thinking that was the moment but when it finally happened. I really did scream! Can't wait for the next book. This author keeps her readers on toes!
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Christa Barlow fitzgerald
I think this book is awesome and a great continuation of Two Weeks With a Seal. I have read all three books in this series and am patiently awaiting the completion of the fourth book.
Couldn't wait to read the 2nd book & it didn't disappoint, it just had me worried a few times! Love & envy the friendship shared with the whole gang of friends & love the love that Chad & Rhea share.
I'm intrigued to read book 3 of the series, hoping it has abit more of Kendall & Harlan as well.
Charlie N.
This book literally made me cry. Given I am a huge sap/mush so that may not be saying much,but I absolutely loved the book it was just great. The love that Rhea and Chad have for one another is just amazing. I could go on and on but its best to say that this series is highly recommended
I almost bawled my eyes out in this book. Their was some close calls on both sides. But I did have tears in my eyes reading the scene from when Rhea was waiting for Chad's plane to land & his and the other characters reactions. Man you will need some tissues reading that cause wow!!!
Such a twist!!

I had no idea what was coming during this book! Such an amazing story unfolding! Ready for what's to come next.
Sarah Magner
Probably liked the second one even better than the first! Fell in love with Brad and Garth in this one, and even more in love with Chad! Still plenty of grammar errors which drove me crazy so Theresa if you need more early readers to help with that I'm certainly happy to help!
Veronica (Roni)
Was not a disappointment! As a matter of fact it was even better than the first book! Great read!
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