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Honeymoon at Home

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"First comes love, then comes marriage..."Once upon a time, Meg and Scott Harper had it all. But then life got in the way, and they lost sight of what was important. Each other. Now twenty years have passed, and they seem to be just going through the motions. Maybe it's time to call it quits... But before they do, they are confronted with a crisis-- one they can only get t ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published July 19th 2011 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2011)
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Carol Malone
Sep 07, 2011 rated it really liked it
I recently discovered the Heartwarming collection from Harlequin. A selection of books that do not contain sexual situations or vulgar language. First I thought, these couldn't be considered romance books and they're probably written by people who couldn't get published in the regular market. Then I read one or two. I love this selection. Honeymoon at Home is a reflection of what happens in most marriages--things become stale, couples take each other for granted and expectations are set too high ...more
Englishrose
Sep 20, 2011 rated it really liked it
This was an intense read delving into the complicated relationships of those who have been married for a long time. Perhaps long enough to have forgotten why they got married. But while problems swirl around them and the temptation to give up is there, it sends a great message of love, hope and encouragement to work harder at love. Both Meg and Scott are fabulously written characters and you genuinely see that no one party is at fault. They both let their marriage slip away and they both have to ...more
Kris
Aug 03, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I'm not done with this book yet, but so far it is enjoyable. I really like the teenagers in the book because I have one of those at home and the book's characters (the teens) are VERY believable. Can't wait to pick up this book again today and read some more!

--Updated to say that I really enjoyed this book. Of course, it's a romance, but it's about a married couple on the brink of divorce. You kinda figure they don't divorce because it's a romance and romance novels always have happy endings. Ho
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Rather than a boy meets girl romance this book handles the relationship of a husband and wife who have been married for quite sometime. The husband thinks he's doing a great job being the breadwinner of the family. But his family life is actually suffering from his constantly being unavailable to his family. The wake up call comes as the couple are surprised with a party for their 20th wedding anniversary. I liked the author's handling of the relationship and not allowing it to be tossed aside b ...more
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