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Homeward My Heart (Daughters of Fortune #4)

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Daughters of Fortune book 4 The "war to end all wars" is over, but the Cold War is just beginning. Cameron works as a foreign correspondent for her father's newspaper while she continues to try to obtain a Soviet visa in order to join her husband, Alex, who is not allowed to leave Russia. Blair is in Washington D.C., where husband, Gary, works for the State Department. Jac ...more
Hardcover, 460 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Bethany House Publishers (first published October 1st 2004)
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CathyLynn Bryant
This series is well researched. Besides the intrigue and romance, I felt that I learned a lot about the time. After reading this series, I decided that Judith Pella is one of my favorite/ must read authors.
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MaryHelen
The final book in the "Daughters of Fortune" series by Judith Pella was also excellent. I'd recommend this four-book series to anyone who enjoys reading. It is a family saga during the WWII years that encompasses the Eastern European front (Russia), the Pacific Front (Phillipines), and the USA - historical as well as entertaining material.
Melyni
This series of adventure and romance during WW2 was good and would recommend it to just about and hopeless romantic. It's a fun read especially when you are looking for something in that criteria.
Jill
Books 3 and 4 in the series were great - I couldn't put this one down until all the loose ends were wrapped-up. Books 1 and 2 were good, but the action really picked up in 3 and 4.
Brooke
I thought this book was a good tie up for the series. I only have great things to say about Daughters of Fortune. I can't wait to reread them soon. I would highly recommend them.
Rachel Thomson
A satisfying finish to the series, mostly in the resolution of Cameron's relationship with Alex -- although the Jackie storyline engaged me more than I thought it would.
Lowell
The plot is too unlikely; but then again, I guess miracles do happen. All of the loose ends tie up very conveniently.
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I thought the last book was okay but not as good as books 2 and 3.
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Judith Pella is a bestselling, award-winning author whose writing career spans two decades. Her in-depth historical and geographical research combines with her skillful storytelling to provide readers with dramatic, thought-provoking novels. She and her husband make their home in Scapoose, Oregon.
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