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Coming Home to You

(A True North Hero #3)

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She wants a temporary fake romanceCan he make it real...and forever? Driving across the country in an RV with her terminally ill godmother was not Daphne Merlotte's idea. Nor was crashing the RV into a small-town coffee shop, nearly hitting local good guy Mel Greene. Now Daphne will do anything to keep her godmother from continuing the trip--even asking Mel to be her fake ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published October 2nd 2018 by Harlequin
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Katie W
Sep 30, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: canada, romance-clean
I honestly wasn't quite sure what to think when I first started this book. I'm used to reading romances where the characters are younger. Mel is 50 years old and quite the romantic at heart, but he almost tries too hard to find his perfect match. He's almost too meticulous, but I quickly became endeared to him, quirks and all. His literal run-in with Daphne was hilarious, and she's just as eccentric as he is and lovable just the same!

The overall feeling of the story is slightly old-fashioned, as
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Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
What a delightful story! Quirky characters, witty banter, and sweet underlying themes of belonging and being comfortable with who you are.

The protagonists are middle-aged, which I am really starting to love in books – the older I myself get. ahem. – and so are most of the supporting characters. Mel and Daphne are both a little old-fashioned as well, so the story has a rather eccentric overlay that makes it even more delightful to settle in and read with a mug of hot chocolate and a cozy blanket.
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Ruth Hill
Oct 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated in any way and all opinions are 100 percent mine.

First of all, this is a completely clean book. There is nothing inappropriate in language or content. And after reading this book, you will feel uplifted and filled with the sweetness that comes from reading a heartwarming romance like this.

I definitely appreciated the ages of the characters. I am only slightly younger than our two lovebirds in the b
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Suzie
Sep 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
First and foremost, I have to say, I loved reading a romance where the main characters are finding love (for the first time) at an age I am approaching (fifty). As someone who is still single in her mid-forties, books like Coming Home to You resonate well with me.

Mel and Daphne meet in a memorable way, and their romance starts with a falsehood, but as these two spend time together—and share their lives—the fake relationship begins to change. Both of these characters have dealt with traumatic eve
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Zara West
Nov 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Take one English professor, one nice guy hoarder, and a crazy aunt ferrying her husband's ashes to the Pacific West Coast and mix them together to get a light-hearted take on romance for people who think love has passed them by. Set in Alberta, Canada, this sweet romance starts when a travel trailer smashes in a Tim Horton's and ends with two people more comfortable within themselves and willing to take the risk need to fall in love. M. K. Stelmack has done a terrific job creating two lonely peo ...more
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I live in a small town in a big country. Not as small as the town I bussed to as a child growing up on a farm. This town has street lights for instance, and crime. But kids still bike the streets in random patterns, the mayor’s youngest goes to the same school as my youngest and I sit on my front porch and gab with the next door neighbours, and there’s a good chance you’ll know somebody written up ...more

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