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Jackson Sullivan III has always lived up to his uncle’s expecta From the awardwinning author of the Bad Boys of Red Hook series, a new novel about finding love where you least expect it… Jackson Sullivan III has always lived up to his uncle’s expectations, until his career is sidelined, leaving him lost and in need of a retreat to his family’s cabin But his solitude is interrupted by a beautiful visitor whose combative feelings about the Sullivans lead Jax to a surprising declaration: he pretends to be Home to ePUB Ù someone else Though she hasn’t seen the privileged scion since she was a child, Kendall Watkins hates everything Jackson Sullivan represents She should know: her parents have managed the Sullivan estate for years In need of her own peace and quiet, she heads to the cabin, never expecting to come face to face with the most handsome man she’s ever met Soon stranded by a violent nor’easter, Jax and Kendall end up sharing than they dreamed But Jax knows that when the storm clears, his true identity will be revealed, and Kendall will be left with a betrayal that may be too great to forgive….


10 thoughts on “Home to You

  1. Sarah (Head Stuck In A Book) Sarah (Head Stuck In A Book) says:

    Home To You is one of those books that draw you in from the very first page, the kind of book that has you losing track of time as you become absorbed in the story of Kendall and Jackson 'Jack'.

    I really enjoy stories that feature two people shut away and isolated in a cabin, add in the fact that Jack hasn't exactly been honest about his identity to Kendall letting her think that he's just a roofer not the millionaire businessman he really is and whom Kendall seems to have a problem with referring to him as the Grand Pooh-Ba.

    Kendall arrives at the cabin to get away after losing her job and fiancee in the same day, add to that her car is damaged on the drive up to the cabin, she's really not having a good time of it, Jack is hiding away after an accident that has left him with a brain injury that affects his ability with numbers, from telling the time to counting, seeing as his job is in finance he can't let this news get out lest he risk losing a lot of clients and a whole lot of money.

    Being alone together the chemistry is intense and in no time at all they find themselves giving in to the attraction, but real life will come knocking when Kendall discovers Jack's true identity can she ever forgive him?

    This was such an entertaining and fun read, the characters were really likeable and I'm hoping that the next book will focus on Jamie and Addie, and to discover the secret that Addie's hiding which I have an idea about.

    A fantastic start to an all new series, I'm happy to have Robin on my radar.


  2. Bette Hansen Bette Hansen says:

    Loved it!! Was so happy when I realized that this was Jax's story (Rocki's brother from Had to be You). Kendal and Jack work great together and their story is terrific! Loved the secondary characters of Addie and Jaime. Hope they get their own story. I definitely recommend this one!


  3. Rachel- Goodbye Borders Rachel- Goodbye Borders says:

    After experiencing life-altering changes, both Jax/Jack and Kendall escape to their small hometown. Neither one want anyone else to know they are there. They knew each other as children, having last seen the other 14 years ago. Both end up at the same cabin.
    This was good. Both have secrets and realize the life they had didn't fit either of them. Jax does omit who he is at the beginning. Kendall didn't recognize him. She gets to know him as Jack. (His name is Jackson, but was always known as Jax). I understood why he did as he did. Both characters were likeable and had good backstories. I also could see how they fell for each other, then giving each other space. I was a little disappointed at few of the secondary character's storylines: Addie and Jaime. There is something there, but was very unresolved.


  4. Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews says:

    Slick's review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    3.5 Stars

    This new series from Robin Kaye takes us out of the big city and into the heart of Harmony, New Hampshire where life is a little bit slower, neighbors a little bit nosier and where two people find love even though both of their lives have been completely upended. While at times the story moved a little slow, there was still so much I enjoyed about Home To You and I’m excited to see what comes next in this series.

    I really can’t say enough good things about the hero and heroine in this book; they were both interesting people with pretty fascinating back-stories which was good because we spend a lot of time with just them. Kendall Watkins has had a bad day; she was downsized from her job, comes home to find the man she’s been in a relationship for 14 years moving out and moving on, and on the way to hide out she runs off the road and breaks her car, then she finds out the cabin she intends to stay in has a renter a man names Jack who rescues her off the side of the road and tells her she can stay with him if she wants to. She knows her Dad checks out anyone who rents his employer’s properties well so she’s not worried about Jack but it infuriates her that he’s doing some major work in exchange for a cheaper rate and she feels sure Jackson Finneus Sullivan III or as she calls him the Grand Poo-Bah of Harmony is cheating him given the scope of the job little does she know that “Jack” is really Jax (aka Jackson) because she hasn’t seen him since he was 12.

    It’s hard to imagine what Jack was dealing with following the accident that sent him to hide out at the cabin. A wiz at financial management and one ski accident later; he understands nothing about numbers. He can’t tell time, he can’t make sense of money, can’t dial a phone, and in his job that means he’s pretty much screwed. Not knowing if that part of his brain will heal he’s trying to come to terms with his life when Kendall crashes in to it. While I wasn’t all that happy that he hid his identity from Kendall, I kind of understood why he did and in doing so he opened up to her so much something I doubt he would have done if she knew who he really was. They both had this safety net of being able to spill their guts to one another without any danger of it getting out to their friends and family although Jack knows her family quite well. I love the attraction between them, the way they both were unsure of what they were feeling, that Jack tried to do the right thing given Kendall’s recent break-up and back away, and that eventually the attraction took over and showed them both what they’d been missing in their lives. More than that I appreciated the way that Kendall went out of her way to help Jack regain some of his math skills without making him feel bad, the way she took care of him, and they way she admired him for finding away to make life work even with his diminished number skills. At times Jack could be a little rough around the edges making it pretty obvious he’d never really had anything long term with a woman but he was also very good about building Kendall up when she needed it, I loved that he appreciated everything she did for him especially the cooking, and that he was there to hold her and comfort her when she was sad and angry. He went above and beyond especially at the beginning of this story when they really didn’t know much about each other at all.

    I really loved the time they spent together in the cabin and while I understood they needed some time apart it seemed disjointed; like it was an entirely different story and bringing Kendall’s ex back just seemed out of place. Kendall’s complete disdain for Jackson was never really addressed fully and completely leaving me with a lot of unanswered questions.

    Every once an author whose work I love writes one that just doesn’t click with me and I’d have to say this is that book. I didn’t hate it, not by a long shot because the characters were just too interesting but it’s not one I’ll revisit often like I have her other works. That being said, I’m intrigued to see where this series goes next and I hope we get to see Jack and Kendall again and a glimpse into how their life together is progressing.


    Review copy provided for an honest review.


  5. Donna Donna says:

    I listened to this on audio and really enjoyed the narrator. I liked the flow of this story and enjoyed all the characters. I liked the way Jax and Kendall meet and enjoyed their journey. The ending was pretty good too. I’m trying to see if this is a series, but I can’t see a connection to it. I would love to read about Jamie and Ady.


  6. Elly Elly says:

    It just wasn't as good as the previous books. Even the book about slater and Jackson's sister wasnt that appealing. I was hoping this one would fair better. Sadly disappointed.


  7. Arlena Dean Arlena Dean says:

    Book Description....

    From the award-winning author of the Bad Boys of Red Hook series, a new novel about finding love where you least expect it…

    Jackson Sullivan III has always lived up to his uncle’s expectations, until his career is sidelined, leaving him lost and in need of a retreat to his family’s cabin. But his solitude is interrupted by a beautiful visitor whose combative feelings about the Sullivans lead Jax to a surprising declaration: he pretends to be someone else.

    Though she hasn't seen the privileged scion since she was a child, Kendall Watkins hates everything Jackson Sullivan represents. She should know: her parents have managed the Sullivan estate for years. In need of her own peace and quiet, she heads to the cabin, never expecting to come face to face with the most handsome man she’s ever met. Soon stranded by a violent nor’easter, Jax and Kendall end up sharing more than they dreamed. But Jax knows that when the storm clears, his true identity will be revealed, and Kendall will be left with a betrayal that may be too great to forgive…

    Title: Home To You
    Author: Robin Kaye
    Publisher: Signet
    Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
    Rating: Four
    Review:

    Home To You by Robin Kaye

    What I liked about this novel...

    What was there not to like in this story of Kendall and Jack in the author's new series? This author gives us a sweet story of two people in Harmony, New Hampshire with one hiding his identity. Now, why was that? We find that both of these two people had some real problems of there own. What will happen when they come together and there seems to be intense chemistry between the two however, when the truth comes out and Kendall discovers who Jack really is what happens next. I liked how this author was able to give the reader a rather intensed story that will keep you turning the pages to see what will go on next for these two. The hero and heroine in this story were very fascinating and interesting that will keep you turning the pages where you will find that each one of these characters have some wounds that needs are in need of some help. Will they be able to get this from each other after all is said and opened? I did like the way this author presented them sharing with one another especially at the beginning when they really didn't know that much about each other
    but as things progress will there be issues [secrets] that gets in the way of their relationship? Home To You was definitely a read of two people who had gone through and had some hard blows in their life's. I did find the read rather slow paced at times that left me wondering about that, however, I could see how this author was building the plots and creating this relationship. By the end these two characters will have to make some very important decisions and with saying that you the reader must pick up this good read to see for yourself just what that decision will be for these two.


  8. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    ORIGINAL POST: http://fangswandsandfairydust.com/201...

    Audio Edition not listed

    Narrated by Lidia Dornet

    Published by Tantor Audio | Apr 7, 2015

    Running time 9 hrs 28 min
    Also available in print/e-book formats (384 pages) from Penguin/Signet



    Audiofile provided by Tantor Audio for review. No Remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own except as noted.

    Other than Kendall being a little to naive for a counselor/social worker — she apparently never had to take a human sexuality course — and a few other technicalities that felt fluffy, I enjoyed the story behind this romance. The idea that really, really got me is that a man just over a head injury bad enough to require pressure relieving cranial surgery, an induced coma and cause severe loss of math and numbers would be okay to stay alone on a mountain and work on a roofing project without a helmet or supervision. It was not as if the even had happened months before; it was fairly recent.

    Given her history of one nearly asexual, boyfriend-fiance I would expect Kendall to be naive in the bedroom, but it doesn’t jibe with her counseling history nor her penchant for romance novels.

    But the romance that develops, as much for her good cooking in the kitchen as in the bedroom, is off the charts hot-pockets!

    I liked the narration of this short novel. Sometimes the reader sounded as if she might “Hab a cowd” which can become annoying because I want to give the reader a tissue and a decongestant, but it wasn’t too obvious and wasn’t complicated. The New Hampshire accent was a little more South Boston than New Hampshire, but it did offer a little flavor to the snowy scene. With its wintry overtones, it was a good way to pass the last few wintry days at home as I worked on a painting project. It was so engrossing I hardly noticed I had been working all day.

    It’s one of those romances where it’s sexy enough that you want the characters to get together and can ignore most of the technical flaws.

    I could see enjoying the wintry chill and hot cabin nights on a warm summer day just as easily as I could inside in chilly weather.


  9. Downward dog Downward dog says:

    http://www.cocktailsandbooks.com/

    I was given a copy of this book to write an honest review for Cocktails and Books.

    HOME TO YOU is an entertaining story about two people going through some major changes in their lives. Kendall has just lost her job and been dumped after a twelve year relationship and she decides to go back home to her small town of Harmony, New Hampshire. It’s one the worst days of her life and all she wants to do is escape and spend some time by herself. As if losing her job and boyfriend isn’t enough, her car breaks down on the way to her destination. When Jack sees the stranded car near his cabin, he offers his help. Jack is recovering from a skiing accident where he suffered a concussion and he hasn’t been the same since. He’s hiding out trying to figure out his life. He’s a rich and powerful man and he’s been consumed with making money and being successful. He doesn’t have a personal life, he’s put all his energy into his career and now he’s questioning the choices he’s made.

    This is an entertaining story with characters I could easily relate to and I love all the chemistry between Jack and Kendall. My only complaint is at times, the story is a little slow. Jack stole my heart. Even though he’s rich, he’s a nice, down to earth guy. He’s dealing with a lot of his own personal stuff, yet he always puts Kendall first. Kendall is exactly what Jack needs. When he is with her, Jack learns how to be a different person and Kendall opens up a whole new world to him. Jack and Kendall immediately click but they each have issues they are dealing with and it gets in the way of their relationship. Kendall is trying to get past her hurt and figure out what to do next in her life. She also has to realize Jack is nothing like her ex. Jack and Kendall have some important decisions to make. Will those decisions include the two of them being together?


  10. Cocktails and Books Cocktails and Books says:

    HOME TO YOU is an entertaining story about two people going through some major changes in their lives. Kendall has just lost her job and been dumped after a twelve year relationship and she decides to go back home to her small town of Harmony, New Hampshire. It’s one the worst days of her life and all she wants to do is escape and spend some time by herself. As if losing her job and boyfriend isn’t enough, her car breaks down on the way to her destination. When Jack sees the stranded car near his cabin, he offers his help. Jack is recovering from a skiing accident where he suffered a concussion and he hasn’t been the same since. He’s hiding out trying to figure out his life. He’s a rich and powerful man and he’s been consumed with making money and being successful. He doesn’t have a personal life, he’s put all his energy into his career and now he’s questioning the choices he’s made.

    This is an entertaining story with characters I could easily relate to and I love all the chemistry between Jack and Kendall. My only complaint is at times, the story is a little slow. Jack stole my heart. Even though he’s rich, he’s a nice, down to earth guy. He’s dealing with a lot of his own personal stuff, yet he always puts Kendall first. Kendall is exactly what Jack needs. When he is with her, Jack learns how to be a different person and Kendall opens up a whole new world to him. Jack and Kendall immediately click but they each have issues they are dealing with and it gets in the way of their relationship. Kendall is trying to get past her hurt and figure out what to do next in her life. She also has to realize Jack is nothing like her ex. Jack and Kendall have some important decisions to make. Will those decisions include the two of them being together

    Reviewed by Karen for Cocktails and Books


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10 thoughts on “Home to You

  1. Sarah (Head Stuck In A Book) Sarah (Head Stuck In A Book) says:

    Home To You is one of those books that draw you in from the very first page, the kind of book that has you losing track of time as you become absorbed in the story of Kendall and Jackson 'Jack'.

    I really enjoy stories that feature two people shut away and isolated in a cabin, add in the fact that Jack hasn't exactly been honest about his identity to Kendall letting her think that he's just a roofer not the millionaire businessman he really is and whom Kendall seems to have a problem with referring to him as the Grand Pooh-Ba.

    Kendall arrives at the cabin to get away after losing her job and fiancee in the same day, add to that her car is damaged on the drive up to the cabin, she's really not having a good time of it, Jack is hiding away after an accident that has left him with a brain injury that affects his ability with numbers, from telling the time to counting, seeing as his job is in finance he can't let this news get out lest he risk losing a lot of clients and a whole lot of money.

    Being alone together the chemistry is intense and in no time at all they find themselves giving in to the attraction, but real life will come knocking when Kendall discovers Jack's true identity can she ever forgive him?

    This was such an entertaining and fun read, the characters were really likeable and I'm hoping that the next book will focus on Jamie and Addie, and to discover the secret that Addie's hiding which I have an idea about.

    A fantastic start to an all new series, I'm happy to have Robin on my radar.


  2. Bette Hansen Bette Hansen says:

    Loved it!! Was so happy when I realized that this was Jax's story (Rocki's brother from Had to be You). Kendal and Jack work great together and their story is terrific! Loved the secondary characters of Addie and Jaime. Hope they get their own story. I definitely recommend this one!


  3. Rachel- Goodbye Borders Rachel- Goodbye Borders says:

    After experiencing life-altering changes, both Jax/Jack and Kendall escape to their small hometown. Neither one want anyone else to know they are there. They knew each other as children, having last seen the other 14 years ago. Both end up at the same cabin.
    This was good. Both have secrets and realize the life they had didn't fit either of them. Jax does omit who he is at the beginning. Kendall didn't recognize him. She gets to know him as Jack. (His name is Jackson, but was always known as Jax). I understood why he did as he did. Both characters were likeable and had good backstories. I also could see how they fell for each other, then giving each other space. I was a little disappointed at few of the secondary character's storylines: Addie and Jaime. There is something there, but was very unresolved.


  4. Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews says:

    Slick's review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    3.5 Stars

    This new series from Robin Kaye takes us out of the big city and into the heart of Harmony, New Hampshire where life is a little bit slower, neighbors a little bit nosier and where two people find love even though both of their lives have been completely upended. While at times the story moved a little slow, there was still so much I enjoyed about Home To You and I’m excited to see what comes next in this series.

    I really can’t say enough good things about the hero and heroine in this book; they were both interesting people with pretty fascinating back-stories which was good because we spend a lot of time with just them. Kendall Watkins has had a bad day; she was downsized from her job, comes home to find the man she’s been in a relationship for 14 years moving out and moving on, and on the way to hide out she runs off the road and breaks her car, then she finds out the cabin she intends to stay in has a renter a man names Jack who rescues her off the side of the road and tells her she can stay with him if she wants to. She knows her Dad checks out anyone who rents his employer’s properties well so she’s not worried about Jack but it infuriates her that he’s doing some major work in exchange for a cheaper rate and she feels sure Jackson Finneus Sullivan III or as she calls him the Grand Poo-Bah of Harmony is cheating him given the scope of the job little does she know that “Jack” is really Jax (aka Jackson) because she hasn’t seen him since he was 12.

    It’s hard to imagine what Jack was dealing with following the accident that sent him to hide out at the cabin. A wiz at financial management and one ski accident later; he understands nothing about numbers. He can’t tell time, he can’t make sense of money, can’t dial a phone, and in his job that means he’s pretty much screwed. Not knowing if that part of his brain will heal he’s trying to come to terms with his life when Kendall crashes in to it. While I wasn’t all that happy that he hid his identity from Kendall, I kind of understood why he did and in doing so he opened up to her so much something I doubt he would have done if she knew who he really was. They both had this safety net of being able to spill their guts to one another without any danger of it getting out to their friends and family although Jack knows her family quite well. I love the attraction between them, the way they both were unsure of what they were feeling, that Jack tried to do the right thing given Kendall’s recent break-up and back away, and that eventually the attraction took over and showed them both what they’d been missing in their lives. More than that I appreciated the way that Kendall went out of her way to help Jack regain some of his math skills without making him feel bad, the way she took care of him, and they way she admired him for finding away to make life work even with his diminished number skills. At times Jack could be a little rough around the edges making it pretty obvious he’d never really had anything long term with a woman but he was also very good about building Kendall up when she needed it, I loved that he appreciated everything she did for him especially the cooking, and that he was there to hold her and comfort her when she was sad and angry. He went above and beyond especially at the beginning of this story when they really didn’t know much about each other at all.

    I really loved the time they spent together in the cabin and while I understood they needed some time apart it seemed disjointed; like it was an entirely different story and bringing Kendall’s ex back just seemed out of place. Kendall’s complete disdain for Jackson was never really addressed fully and completely leaving me with a lot of unanswered questions.

    Every once an author whose work I love writes one that just doesn’t click with me and I’d have to say this is that book. I didn’t hate it, not by a long shot because the characters were just too interesting but it’s not one I’ll revisit often like I have her other works. That being said, I’m intrigued to see where this series goes next and I hope we get to see Jack and Kendall again and a glimpse into how their life together is progressing.


    Review copy provided for an honest review.


  5. Donna Donna says:

    I listened to this on audio and really enjoyed the narrator. I liked the flow of this story and enjoyed all the characters. I liked the way Jax and Kendall meet and enjoyed their journey. The ending was pretty good too. I’m trying to see if this is a series, but I can’t see a connection to it. I would love to read about Jamie and Ady.


  6. Elly Elly says:

    It just wasn't as good as the previous books. Even the book about slater and Jackson's sister wasnt that appealing. I was hoping this one would fair better. Sadly disappointed.


  7. Arlena Dean Arlena Dean says:

    Book Description....

    From the award-winning author of the Bad Boys of Red Hook series, a new novel about finding love where you least expect it…

    Jackson Sullivan III has always lived up to his uncle’s expectations, until his career is sidelined, leaving him lost and in need of a retreat to his family’s cabin. But his solitude is interrupted by a beautiful visitor whose combative feelings about the Sullivans lead Jax to a surprising declaration: he pretends to be someone else.

    Though she hasn't seen the privileged scion since she was a child, Kendall Watkins hates everything Jackson Sullivan represents. She should know: her parents have managed the Sullivan estate for years. In need of her own peace and quiet, she heads to the cabin, never expecting to come face to face with the most handsome man she’s ever met. Soon stranded by a violent nor’easter, Jax and Kendall end up sharing more than they dreamed. But Jax knows that when the storm clears, his true identity will be revealed, and Kendall will be left with a betrayal that may be too great to forgive…

    Title: Home To You
    Author: Robin Kaye
    Publisher: Signet
    Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
    Rating: Four
    Review:

    Home To You by Robin Kaye

    What I liked about this novel...

    What was there not to like in this story of Kendall and Jack in the author's new series? This author gives us a sweet story of two people in Harmony, New Hampshire with one hiding his identity. Now, why was that? We find that both of these two people had some real problems of there own. What will happen when they come together and there seems to be intense chemistry between the two however, when the truth comes out and Kendall discovers who Jack really is what happens next. I liked how this author was able to give the reader a rather intensed story that will keep you turning the pages to see what will go on next for these two. The hero and heroine in this story were very fascinating and interesting that will keep you turning the pages where you will find that each one of these characters have some wounds that needs are in need of some help. Will they be able to get this from each other after all is said and opened? I did like the way this author presented them sharing with one another especially at the beginning when they really didn't know that much about each other
    but as things progress will there be issues [secrets] that gets in the way of their relationship? Home To You was definitely a read of two people who had gone through and had some hard blows in their life's. I did find the read rather slow paced at times that left me wondering about that, however, I could see how this author was building the plots and creating this relationship. By the end these two characters will have to make some very important decisions and with saying that you the reader must pick up this good read to see for yourself just what that decision will be for these two.


  8. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    ORIGINAL POST: http://fangswandsandfairydust.com/201...

    Audio Edition not listed

    Narrated by Lidia Dornet

    Published by Tantor Audio | Apr 7, 2015

    Running time 9 hrs 28 min
    Also available in print/e-book formats (384 pages) from Penguin/Signet



    Audiofile provided by Tantor Audio for review. No Remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own except as noted.

    Other than Kendall being a little to naive for a counselor/social worker — she apparently never had to take a human sexuality course — and a few other technicalities that felt fluffy, I enjoyed the story behind this romance. The idea that really, really got me is that a man just over a head injury bad enough to require pressure relieving cranial surgery, an induced coma and cause severe loss of math and numbers would be okay to stay alone on a mountain and work on a roofing project without a helmet or supervision. It was not as if the even had happened months before; it was fairly recent.

    Given her history of one nearly asexual, boyfriend-fiance I would expect Kendall to be naive in the bedroom, but it doesn’t jibe with her counseling history nor her penchant for romance novels.

    But the romance that develops, as much for her good cooking in the kitchen as in the bedroom, is off the charts hot-pockets!

    I liked the narration of this short novel. Sometimes the reader sounded as if she might “Hab a cowd” which can become annoying because I want to give the reader a tissue and a decongestant, but it wasn’t too obvious and wasn’t complicated. The New Hampshire accent was a little more South Boston than New Hampshire, but it did offer a little flavor to the snowy scene. With its wintry overtones, it was a good way to pass the last few wintry days at home as I worked on a painting project. It was so engrossing I hardly noticed I had been working all day.

    It’s one of those romances where it’s sexy enough that you want the characters to get together and can ignore most of the technical flaws.

    I could see enjoying the wintry chill and hot cabin nights on a warm summer day just as easily as I could inside in chilly weather.


  9. Downward dog Downward dog says:

    http://www.cocktailsandbooks.com/

    I was given a copy of this book to write an honest review for Cocktails and Books.

    HOME TO YOU is an entertaining story about two people going through some major changes in their lives. Kendall has just lost her job and been dumped after a twelve year relationship and she decides to go back home to her small town of Harmony, New Hampshire. It’s one the worst days of her life and all she wants to do is escape and spend some time by herself. As if losing her job and boyfriend isn’t enough, her car breaks down on the way to her destination. When Jack sees the stranded car near his cabin, he offers his help. Jack is recovering from a skiing accident where he suffered a concussion and he hasn’t been the same since. He’s hiding out trying to figure out his life. He’s a rich and powerful man and he’s been consumed with making money and being successful. He doesn’t have a personal life, he’s put all his energy into his career and now he’s questioning the choices he’s made.

    This is an entertaining story with characters I could easily relate to and I love all the chemistry between Jack and Kendall. My only complaint is at times, the story is a little slow. Jack stole my heart. Even though he’s rich, he’s a nice, down to earth guy. He’s dealing with a lot of his own personal stuff, yet he always puts Kendall first. Kendall is exactly what Jack needs. When he is with her, Jack learns how to be a different person and Kendall opens up a whole new world to him. Jack and Kendall immediately click but they each have issues they are dealing with and it gets in the way of their relationship. Kendall is trying to get past her hurt and figure out what to do next in her life. She also has to realize Jack is nothing like her ex. Jack and Kendall have some important decisions to make. Will those decisions include the two of them being together?


  10. Cocktails and Books Cocktails and Books says:

    HOME TO YOU is an entertaining story about two people going through some major changes in their lives. Kendall has just lost her job and been dumped after a twelve year relationship and she decides to go back home to her small town of Harmony, New Hampshire. It’s one the worst days of her life and all she wants to do is escape and spend some time by herself. As if losing her job and boyfriend isn’t enough, her car breaks down on the way to her destination. When Jack sees the stranded car near his cabin, he offers his help. Jack is recovering from a skiing accident where he suffered a concussion and he hasn’t been the same since. He’s hiding out trying to figure out his life. He’s a rich and powerful man and he’s been consumed with making money and being successful. He doesn’t have a personal life, he’s put all his energy into his career and now he’s questioning the choices he’s made.

    This is an entertaining story with characters I could easily relate to and I love all the chemistry between Jack and Kendall. My only complaint is at times, the story is a little slow. Jack stole my heart. Even though he’s rich, he’s a nice, down to earth guy. He’s dealing with a lot of his own personal stuff, yet he always puts Kendall first. Kendall is exactly what Jack needs. When he is with her, Jack learns how to be a different person and Kendall opens up a whole new world to him. Jack and Kendall immediately click but they each have issues they are dealing with and it gets in the way of their relationship. Kendall is trying to get past her hurt and figure out what to do next in her life. She also has to realize Jack is nothing like her ex. Jack and Kendall have some important decisions to make. Will those decisions include the two of them being together

    Reviewed by Karen for Cocktails and Books


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