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Home at Last (Steeple Hill Love Inspired (Large Print))

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  45 ratings  ·  7 reviews
There's no place like...Nantucket?It couldn't be home for a man like Daniel Armstrong. After all, he has a luxury hotel to run and a rebellious daughter to rein in. But his mother needs help on her cranberry farm, so he packs up his daughter and returns to his hometown--temporarily.

But once there he finds his mother has hired another helper for the harvest. Jo Cooper is ca
Mass Market Paperback, 288 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Steeple Hill (first published January 1st 2009)
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It was very fascinating to read about cranberry farming. Very enjoyable story.
This was a very easy book to read. From the beginning of the book it was easy to figure out the ending of the book. Enjoyed the light reading and my favorite sentence of this book is: "G-d has a plan for all our lives and you don't yet have the entire picture for what He has planned for yours." In this book as in life, doors close, and we can't imagine another window will open, only it does!
It felt rather slap-dash and cut to the chase. Many story events were summarized in a sentence or two. However, I really would have liked to see how the events played out. Those moments would have been defining or revealing for the characters. The reader is simply left to their imaginings and assumptions that everything worked out. We just don't know how.
I just didn't think this book was great. I really don't know what it lacked or needed but it was an ok book.
OK. Easy, no-brainer, but good for relaxing, no-thinker.
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Anna Schmidt is the award-winning author of over twenty works of historical and contemporary fiction. A reviewer from Romantic Times notes that “Schmidt is not timid about presenting her characters with their faults laid bare for the reader to see.”
Currently Anna is working on a new series set in WWII Germany with an American Quaker protagonist. The first novel--ALL GOD'S CHILDREN-has already bee
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