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Home is Where the Heart Is

(Cloverleah Pack #13)

4.59  ·  Rating details ·  393 ratings  ·  60 reviews
Home is Where the Heart Is... The final book in the Cloverleah Pack series.

All Cloverleah Pack Enforcer Wesley (Wes) wanted the night he went out, was to have a few drinks, maybe find some company, and try and forget his worries and insecurities for few hours. The drinks flowed and he found the company; a gorgeous man with a mysterious scent, who seemed to completely und
Kindle Edition, 214 pages
Published February 25th 2020
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Aug 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
This was a bitter sweet ending to an enjoyable entertaining series I've read right from the very beginning! 😍 I've felt so many different emotions while reading each individual pack person's story. I do have some favorite members who were: Luke, Shawn and Dean, and some stories that were full of angst which made me want to pull my hair out 😡 which was Scott and Damien's story and Troy and Anton's. I'm sad it's come to an end but I understand the author has to move on with other wonder stories an ...more
Apr 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: steamy, paranormal
Wow, it was awesome to find out what exactly happened to Wesley. First 30% of the book I felt so emotional, ready to cry at every page. Poor Wesley! Lisa Oliver made me really feel and root for him. I loved how he changed and how he saw himself and Cloverleah pack in the end. Cass the demon and Wesley's mate was not an average demon. Despite his origins there was kindness in him that made him stand out. I liked his mother, she was really funny.

The story was steadily paced, steamy and all the en
James Cox
Oct 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I think this may be my favorite in the series!
Jen Bookryptonite M
Mar 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Apr 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
Great end to the series

4.25 stars

This was always going to be a hard story due to the events in the previous books, but the end was well worth it.

I loved both Wesley and Cass. I felt for Wesley in the previous books but when we meet him here he really impressed me with his ability to actually take stock and reevaluate his choices and the reasons he was in the predicament that he was. He took responsibility early for the doubts and negative feelings that gave the dark elves the access to him, and
Leslie Zak
May 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A great series end

This book gives us a wonderful story for our pack enforcer Wesley who finally gets his mate but what a journey that takes. It is a great adventure and Wesley brings a dozen orphan shifter children of various breeds to the loving men of Cloverleah. There is so much love that the Fates are satisfied that the men have done well with the opportunities and struggles that have come to them. A most heartwarming and satisfying book from Lisa Oliver. So far I have read every book she ha
Sep 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing

This was the perfect ending for a wonderful series.

It took me a while to get to this book as I knew it was the end.

When I picked it up I couldn't put it down.

Wesley was amazing, he goes through so much in this book and grows, it was amazing to read.
Cass was a little clueless at times and such a good demon overall.

I really enjoyed it and it rounded the story perfectly. This is one I am going to re-read often.
Rating: 4.5 stars
I found reading this story to be bittersweet. I loved Wes. No question. Cass it took me awhile to warm up to. I really hated some of his actions and I thought Wes let him off a bit too easy. I loved all the interactions with the children. They really warmed my heart. I am also sad that the series is over. By the end of the book, I remembered why I really loved this series and I really hope that the author pursues writing a spin-off series about the shifter children after they gr
Feb 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
OMG!!! This is the best yet!!

I have no idea how Lisa Oliver does it but each book just keeps getting !it's incredible and has twists that keep you on the edge of your seat. Wesley disappeared months ago but the pack didn't know until after the defeat of the dark elves. When they approach a demon for help, Cas is called upon. Wesley finds his prison wards are no longer there and sets off to.find his way home. Instead, he finds surprises, shocks, then his mate. That's when the emotions really get
Samantha Foster
Feb 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing

It's always sad to see the end of a great series. But even harder for a long series with characters you love and have spent years with. Ms. Oliver absolutely did this amazing series conclusion justice, it was even better than expected. For long time readers of this series, this was bitter sweet.... absolutely amazing story and Wes finally got his HEA and oh the littles, but it was sad to see what could almost be called the ending of an era. But if it had to end, then this author ab
Annie Elm
Feb 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Goodbyes are never easy

This was a beautiful goodbye to the Cloverleah pack, but I'm happy that they still will appear in other series.
Wes finally got his story, his fated mate and the happy ending he deserved. And his deamon mate Cass really is perfect for him after all Wes has been through.

I laughed, she'd some tears, enjoyed Cass and Wes together and loved seeing all the new baby pack members. I really hope we get to see more of Frankie and the kids when they grow up.

Now I have to go and r
John-Torleif  Harris
Feb 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Heartbreaking, but hopeful

Wesley has been on what was probably the toughest journey of any of the Cloverleah packmembers. I think that his feelings of inadequacy may have been lessened when he was accepted into the pack, but this book showed that the prevailing prejudices in paranormal culture were still there. After all of their successes, I found it fascinating that the pack had to get a wake-up call because of their inability to separate Wesley from the golem.

Ultimately, I think that the opti
Dottie Mae
Feb 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Home is Where the Heart Is (Cloverleah Pack Series Book 15)

Lisa Oliver is an awesome author who through this series brought so much joy, insight, family vibes, friendship and loyalty to the forefront in each of her stories. I have cried, laughed but also feel saddened that this is the final book of the Cloverleah series. This book packed a knockout punch of five stars. West and Cass story in this final series just could not have been written any differently and the children were an additional bo
Feb 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing

A simply wonderful book with some amazing characters and truths to be found. It's a shame that the series has come to an end but there has been a lot that we can take away from it.

Wesley and Castor make a wonderful couple and he was so supportive of Wes who had to deal with so much angst. Hades and Ali were supportive, warm and caring.

I like that Lisa's friend provided a vignette that was warming and rounded off the amazing pack that is Cloverleah.

This will be particularly good on audio.
kerryann williams
Mar 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wow just wow

I love the Cloverleah pack and am sad to see the last book on their lives and adventures is here. Getting all the books and than getting them as audio to share with
family was awesome. Kane ,Shawn and the rest of the pack have still so much going on with the close shop, the securities service and raising All the littles .It could be fun to watch. The pack has come a very long way in their lives and not without some troubles and struggles along the way , ending on a very great note wi
Mar 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Oh so many feels!!

I cried a few times. Not gonna lie. This was probably my favorite in this series. My heart broke for Wes so many times. I am so happy he got his HEA. I feel like he's gonna be in a flash forward spin off with Frankie eventually. Loved Cass. he got the mate thing right except for one little mess up and honestly, I think if they had had more time together it probably wouldn't have happened.

Great end to a series. Closure, a smile on my face, and open ended enough that you know yo
Feb 26, 2020 rated it really liked it

What a great ending to beloved series. If I had a hat on. I would have taken it off for Wes and Cass. They didn't miss a step with the kids. I loved that even more with Cass. The pack had me just bit upset with them. Yet,Cass found a way to put them in their place. I loved it. Both of the epilogue gave me the feels. I'm going to miss getting new books,from Cloverleah Pack. Rest well.
May 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This was a hard book to read. Not because I wasn't sure that I wouldn't love it but because it is the end of the series. I have loved these guys since book 1 and hate to see it end. As usual Ms. Oliver did a fantastic job. Well written with awesome kick ass characters. I am looking forward to what Ms. Oliver gives us next. ...more
Morgan  Skye
Dec 20, 2020 rated it liked it
So… this is not a standalone – and how! This is a giant summary of most of the stories, however, I do think a person who stumbled upon this would be mostly fine if they hadn’t read the others (or all the others).

I have to admit that I didn’t care for this much. 


But, the back and forth – he betrayed me – no he didn’t – he doesn’t act like a mate should – show me how – he doesn’t love me – yes he does – got tiring.

I never felt their connection as strongly as some of the other couples and ma
Feb 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Loved But Missing Closure

I love 💘 my Cloverleah guys and as I was reading this last time installment my heart was heavy because i did not to see it end. I must say I completely loved Wesley and Case story but I did not get that close the book after the last page has been read and I sigh what I felt was U want more, is that it, I feel cheated, I felt unfinished.
Lisa you may ask would we ever be satisfied with CPS and the answer may be no but after so many years of these series the end felt rushed
Virginia Lee
May 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is the last book in the Cloverleah Pack series. This was a very emotional book and the characters will really hit home with some issue. Wesley is living in hell cause of the dark thoughts he had and then to get trap by the dark elves. what happens when you thought your pack was coming to get you and then to be trap in nothing. Cass thought the job and favor he got from his brother would be quick and easy. He is knock on his ass when he meet Wesley and Frankie crew. This was a wonderful stor ...more
Apr 04, 2021 rated it liked it
A very strange ending to this huge long ranged series. It felt more like a book that belongs in the middle than a book that belongs at the end. It felt rushed and incomplete. Considering the HUGE ramifications of this book to the entire storyline, I would love to have been introduced to the demon dimension a long time ago. There is so much more depth to these characters than most of the other characters in the entire book series.

Lisa Oliver, I feel like you could have done better; the book felt
 ☔️ Stormy Day Reader
The author’s writing changed so much from the first book of the series to this one. I’m glad I kept reading despite my annoyance with the first few books. I plan to read at least some of the spin-off The Gods Made Me Do It series although since there’s at least some mpreg I imagine I’ll not last long with it. All in all I’m happy with the way things ended for the most part. I am confused that the author seemed to have forgotten Ivan’s dragon sister Aurora completely. Even the second author that ...more
Kelli Brown
Feb 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
Cloverleah Happily Ever After

Cute story filled with heartache. Love., reunion, and renewal. Lisa may have finished cloverleah but she has teased us with other wonders to come. Must read for the Cloverleah followers. I would read the other books in the series first don't start here first unless you are someone that likes to read endings first. I can't wait to read Lisa's next adventure.
Sue Adams
Feb 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing

Another great book from Lisa Oliver. All the loose ends wrapped up, everybody happy. Wes & Cass are wonderful MC, their journey to their HEA is filled with obstacles great & small but everything works out in the end. I really enjoyed this book, even though its the last one in this series, its not goodbye just see you later, as the Cloverleah Pack will be popping up now and again in a new series. Another winner
May 08, 2020 rated it really liked it
A sweet ending

It took me a few to buy this book because the series was ending and I honestly did not want to see it end. Then I reminded myself a book series never really ends when you have all the books in the series and can visit them anytime you wish.

I am so happy Wes got his book. I am also glad the the pack healed from all they went through. In the end they grew and will teach the new generation what it means to belong; with love and compassion.
Feb 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: mm-pnr
What a way to say ‘see you later’ to the Cloverleah Pack.
Great story, wonderful characters, lots and lots of feels and a superb ending to the series.
Wesley finds his yearned for HEA and his longed for home with Cass. A couple of bumps along the way but it all ties up neatly in the end. Such an enjoyable book but I grieve the end of a fantastic series.
Kyle Harrington
Feb 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Loved it!!!!!

The book has been a long time coming. I loved every minute reading this book. If you have not read this series, what are you waiting for? Lisa Oliver is an amazing author who can spin stories like a spider weaving a web and you’re a fly. It just draws you in and then you’re stuck reading till the end.
Diane Cartwright
Feb 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great book

I am really glad we got Wesley story it was excellent i could not put it down I'm really sorry this is the end of the cloverleah pack series I'm glad I've got all the books in the series so I keep reading them over and over I would recommend anyone to start reading this series as it's one off my favourites series off all time thank you Lisa Oliver for this series
Feb 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Maybe my favorite cloverleah

I loved this book so much. I wasn’t sure going into it how I’d feel about Wes, but man I loved him so much in this. And his demon mate made for a truly perfect match. I especially loved when the Cloverleah men had to confront their own demons. I’m happy there’s more coming in the Gods series but I’m just as happy for such a fitting end to this one.
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Lisa Oliver had been writing non-fiction books for years when visions of half dressed, buff men started invading her dreams. Unable to resist the lure of her stories, Lisa decided to switch to fiction books, and now stories about her men clamor to get out from under her fingertips.
When Lisa is not writing, she is usually reading with a cup of tea always at hand. Her grown children and grandchildr

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