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Her Hometown Redemption

(Templeton Cove #5)

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She's back to right her wrongs

When Tanya Todd returns to Templeton Cove, she knows better than to expect a warm welcome. She burned a few bridges on her way out of town, and making amends won't be easy. First on her list is the man whose heart she carelessly shattered, Liam Browne.

Seeing the successful criminal lawyer after all these years, Tanya is interested in more th
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Published September 1st 2015
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Harlie Williams
Sep 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What can I say? I’m sure a super fangirl of my English Rose. She could rewrite the phone book and I’d read it. :) Of course, I’ve been reading her since she started her writing career with The Wild Rose Press. But let’s do the review, shall we?

I honestly don’t know where to start with the review. I loved the book and there were bits that I didn’t love. I know, that’s so weird for me in reading Ms. Brimble. While I loved Liam and Tanya, I felt like parts of the book were left sorta hanging in the
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Lisa (Two Bookish Brits)
Tanya Todd makes a return to Templeton Cove, after leaving without a word and the first thing she wishes to do is make amends to those she hurt especially Liam Browne a successful criminal lawyer.

Tanya and Liam are both equally amazing characters. Reading about them coming together to get justice for her baby sister was amazing. I really enjoyed reading the emotional scenes the most, where she would open up and tell him more about herself and her struggles.

This was truly one of the most enjoyab
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Claire
This review was originally posted on my blog BrizzleLass.

I will admit to being someone who was tainted to the Mills & Boon brand. I remember growing up visiting one of my Grandparents who seemed to have endless piles of Mills & Boon novels in her house (she was also a hoarder so this did not help the image)! I would sit on her stairs and pick one of the books up randomly to kill time while we were there and read until it was time to leave.

So, there were a few things wrong with this picture, one
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Harlie Williams
Sep 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What can I say? I’m sure a super fangirl of my English Rose. She could rewrite the phone book and I’d read it. :) Of course, I’ve been reading her since she started her writing career with The Wild Rose Press. But let’s do the review, shall we?

I honestly don’t know where to start with the review. I loved the book and there were bits that I didn’t love. I know, that’s so weird for me in reading Ms. Brimble. While I loved Liam and Tanya, I felt like parts of the book were left sorta hanging in the
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Elaine Cantrell
Sep 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Everyone has things in their past that they regret, things they'd give anything to change, but not everyone gets the chance to make amends and change the lives of people they know and love. Tanya Todd is one of the lucky ones. After an absence of seven years, she returns to Templeton Cove with an ambitious agenda.

First, she wants to find the man who abused her sister and bring him to justice, and second, she wants to make up for the w she treated years earlier when she was blinded by ambition, a
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J.B (Debbie)
Sep 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Ok so before we start let me make a confession. When I was at school I subscribed to Mills and Boon. When I first joined, the membership gift was a lovely Mills & Boon tote bag! People laughed at me but I craved stories of romance and being swept off my feet and whilst at times pretty corny, Mills and Boon always delivered! Thankfully times have moved on and the stories are not corny at all. They are in fact pretty amazing if Her Hometown Redemption is anything to go by!

What a great story and I
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JoAnne
Sep 02, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My review originally posted on Romancing-the-Book.com is below:

This was a quick read with lots of intrigue and suspense along with a second chance at love and lots of trust issues. Tanya and Liam were a couple eight years ago before Tanya ran away from their small town of Templeton Cove looking for more. She never looked back and never told Liam she was leaving and why. Now she's returned to put closure to a horrible time in her sister's life that happened many years ago and be there for her now
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Whispering Stories
**I was gifted a free copy of this book as part of a blog tour**


Like a lot of people, I can remember the older generation of my family all owning Mills & Boon books, and I must admit, I’ve never been a fan. On receiving the book and then the realisation that this was part of the collection, I will admit my heart sank a little.

They say you should ‘never judge a book by it’s cover’. So I tried to think positively, but then I was dealt another blow. This is number 5 in a series that I hadn’t even h
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Amanda
Sep 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'm always thrilled to read a Superromance by an English author, especially when its the latest in a series. I adore The Templeton Cove books and for me each one is a real treat.

I won't give out any plotlines because each reader finds something unique as they read. The storyline flows effortlessly drawing the reader in from the first chapter. Hint...I'd have a pot of tea handy because I could NOT put this down. This is a perfectly balanced book, and I thoroughly enjoyed it and sad that it ended
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Hannah Symonds
Sep 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Never having read any of Rachel Brimble's books before I was not sure what to expect, this is the fifth book in the Templeton Cove series but you can read it as a standalone. I am definitely wanting to read the other books though as I want to find out all about their pasts as it would help me understand a few things in this book. I loved the way Rachel the author brings true life issues in to her book, she is so descriptive but on the other hand very sensitive and sympathetic. It is a slow paced
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Joanna Lambert
Sep 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I remember checking out Harlequin many years ago and deciding it wasn't for me. However, when this tour was announced I decided I would like to see whether things had changed. Well time has moved on and yes, they definitely have- and for the better. I really enjoyed Her Hometown Redemption. Tanya has returned to the coastal town of Templeton, a place she left eight years ago. Back then she was ambitious and influenced by her mother to such an extent that she also abandoned Liam, the man she love ...more
Tammy Stephens
Nov 01, 2015 rated it really liked it
Great story. Learning to trust again is always hard.
Thanks Goodreads.
Jennifer Craig
Nov 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I was introduced to Rachel Brimble’s books last year and have quickly become a fan of this lovely writer from across the pond. Her Hometown Redemption is book 5 in the Templeton Cove series. While this book can certainly be read stand-alone, I would recommend reading the earlier installments if you want to better understand some of the motivations of the main characters.

Tanya couldn’t escape from Templeton Cove fast enough when she left Liam and her mother and sister behind. Now, she is returnin
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Tracey
Oct 13, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A lovely return to Templeton Cove! Rachel Brimble never fails to deliver.
Tracy Sylvester
Jul 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This novel is a perfect combination of complex topics, old school long term romance relived, and intrigue. Throughout the novella we see Liam and Tanya learn and grow within themselves and overcome each others struggles in life. This novella speaks of hope, trust, unconditional love and overcoming awful circumstances. Liam is a lawyer who fell deep in love with Tanya his earlier love, who fled Templeton Cove when she was younger in search of her riches in business. Tanya suffered some missteps i ...more
Desere
Feb 09, 2016 added it
A truly delightful read full of romance and beautiful happiness! This author is so brilliant she could write a dictionary and I would still walk away in awe! I loved the characters and the emotion oh my gosh the emotion was so electric and overwhelming that I had various emotions running through me and if I did not have the end of the book to get to I would have most likely gone nuts with not knowing what to do with the feelings.

It was a fun, flirty kind of read but with drama, and the very bes
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Kate Vale
One of the Templeton Cove stories, it focuses on Tanya Todd, who's been encouraged to go home to deal with past issues she has yet to tell others about, particularly her former love, Liam Browne, now an attorney. When she tells him she's out to bring to justice the man who sexually assaulted her sister, Liam agrees to help her, but is certain she isn't being entirely truthful with him about why she's come home to open a party planning business. He also doubts she'll stay.

The remaining story revo
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Jacquie
I’ve long been a fan of Harlequin’s Superromance line. The stories are carefully crafted, usually with a strong moral theme, and a broader depth of character and setting. Rachel does a commendable job touching all of these bases in Her Hometown Redemption.

Tanya, the heroine, has enough emotional baggage to stoop the broadest of shoulders. While I didn’t always connect with her, I did admire her strength in returning to her hometown to try and correct old wrongs.

I liked Liam from the start. Here’
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Ms. Reader
Nov 06, 2015 rated it it was ok
I received this book from Goodreads First Reads in exchange for an honest review...

I did find this book enjoyable for the first 40% of it. After that, it started to become a headache and a chore to read. The characters were weak and not convincing at all. It was annoying how their love affaire was off-on-off-on-off-on. They were constantly going back and forth, to the point where I wanted to hurl this book across the room in hatred. You know how you have that one nauseating boyfriend-girlfriend
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Romancing the Book
Oct 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
Reviewed by JoAnne
Book provided by the author

This was a quick read with lots of intrigue and suspense along with a second chance at love and lots of trust issues.  Tanya and Liam were a couple eight years ago before Tanya ran away from their small town of Templeton Cove looking for more.  She never looked back and never told Liam she was leaving and why.  Now she's returned to put closure to a horrible time in her sister's life that happened many years ago and be there for her now since she wasn
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Monique
Rachel Brimble paints a realistic and in-depth character study of a woman in search of true happiness. Tanya Todd returns to Templeton Cove after 8 years. She hopes it won’t be too painful, as she didn’t leave many friends: she was determined to make it as a banker in the city, she didn’t care whom she hurt along the way; she despised her small town, mostly thanks to her mother. She also broke Liam Browne’s heart, who loved her dearly, when she left with only a note saying goodbye. But Tanya’s b ...more
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I live with my husband, our two daughters in a small market town near the famous Georgian City of Bath. I'm the author of the Pennington's Department series (Aria Fiction) and the Templeton Cove series (Harlequin) as well as four Victorian romances with eKensington/Lyrical.

When I’m not writing, you’ll find me with my head in a book or walking the beautiful English countryside with my family. And i
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Other books in the series

Templeton Cove (8 books)
  • Finding Justice (Templeton Cove, #1)
  • A Man Like Him (Templeton Cove, #2)
  • What Belongs to Her (Templeton Cove, #3)
  • Christmas at the Cove (Templeton Cove, #4)
  • Saved by the Firefighter (Templeton Cove, #6)
  • Ethan's Daughter: Templeton Cove Stories (Templeton Cove, #7)
  • A Stranger In The Cove

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