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Homecoming Day (Whedon, PA #3)

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Laura Watson thinks she'll never get over the pain of losing the man she loved. But when her son is born, Lieutenant Seth Keller is right there with her. The widowed Erie cop has his own reasons to grieve, but he's made up his mind to move on with his life.Seth can accept being friends. Bonded-by-baby, on-the-verge-of-something-more friends. For now. And when the time come ...more
Paperback, 249 pages
Published November 30th 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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Laura Watson was heartbroken when her fiancé, Jay, died of meningitis, and in addition to losing the man she loved, she lost her hopes for a happy family when she becomes estranged from his family… or so she thought. At least she still has her baby, and her students in the art classes at the high school where she teaches. And she has a new friend in one of Jay’s fellow police officers.

Lieutenant Seth Keller has suffered his own losses yet he finds himself inex
Sharon Helfrich
Holly Jacobs is one of my favorite authors, she always manages to explore a social issue along with her romance. This book does a great job depicting the stages of grief, with the two main characters losing their loves very early in their lives.
I really liked this book a lot. Especially the "Homecoming Day" meaning of the title, which has to do with adopted children. It was sweet, romantic and all those good things that Holly Jacobs always delivers. Way to go Holly!
This book was very sad but also full of hope. The main characters both lost someone they loved with all of their hearts but they also learned how to move on, be happy again, love again.
It is a really touching story of dealing with love and loss. Also to cope with the loss that surrounds you.
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Holly Jacobs leads a life full of romance and adventure. From skydiving to jet-setting around Europe, from snorkeling in coral reefs to writing while wearing beautiful silk peignoir sets and popping chocolate bonbons, Holly Jacobs leads a life that is the epitome of romance...

Well, my fictional life sounds more interesting, but not better than my real life. Really, I'm the happily married mother
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