The Way Home

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The Way Home ❰Reading❯ ➿ The Way Home Author N.J. Walters – Polishdarling.co.uk So, will you marry me Although not a particularly romantic proposal, Rebecca Gentry seriously considers accepting because it comes from Jake Tanner, the man who she s secretly loved for years Rebecca So, will you marry me Although not a particularly romantic proposal, Rebecca Gentry seriously considers accepting because it comes from Jake Tanner, the The Way PDF \ man who she s secretly loved for years Rebecca has been alone for most of her life, but she s made a life she s content with She has her own sewing business, a lovely apartment, and a few good friends But it s her special friendship with Jake that has always been most important to her Now, he is proposing a marriage of convenience as he finds himself in need of a wife to help him raise his orphaned niece Convinced that she can teach him to share a real marriage rather than one of convenience, she agrees to his offerBut, becoming a family is not an easy journey for any of them Both she and Jake have their own insecurities and challenges to overcome if their marriage is to have a chance to survive But unforeseen problems test their new relationship and threaten to destroy what they ve just begun to build.


About the Author: N.J. Walters

Once upon a time NJ had the idea that she would like to quit her job at the bookstore, sell everything she owned, The Way PDF \ leave her hometown, and write romance novels in a place where no one knew her And she did Two years later, she went back to the bookstore and her hometown and settled in for another seven yearsOne day she gave notice at her job on a Friday morning On Sunday afternoon, she received a tentative acceptance for her first erotic romance novel and life would never be the sameNJ Walters is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time travelers, seductive handymen, and next door neighbors with smoldering good looks all vie for her attention It s a tough life, but someone s got to live it.



10 thoughts on “The Way Home

  1. Dina Dina says:

    The second book in the Jamesville series, this is another sweet, feel good story that s miles away from the steamy hot erotic novels usually delivered by N.J Walters.Jake Tanner has a business proposition for his friend Rebecca Gentry marriage Jake s brother and sister in law have just died in a car accident, leaving their 4 year old daughter Casey orphaned Jake s been named Casey s legal guardian, but he would have taken her anyway because she s family He needs help raising his niece a The second book in the Jamesville series, this is another sweet, feel good story that s miles away from the steamy hot erotic novels usually delivered by N.J Walters.Jake Tanner has a business proposition for his friend Rebecca Gentry marriage Jake s brother and sister in law have just died in a car accident, leaving their 4 year old daughter Casey orphaned Jake s been named Casey s legal guardian, but he would have taken her anyway because she s family He needs help raising his niece and his brother s death makes him think that maybe it s time he got married and had children of his own, so Rebecca is the perfect answer to all these problems He doesn t love her not in the romantic way but they ve been friends for seven years, he likes her and she s the only woman he will ever consider marrying.Rebecca has been in love with Jake since she met him, and marrying him should be a dream come true But his proposal is less than romantic and he makes it clear that even though he cares for her and their marriage will be a real one after all, he wants kids , she shouldn t expect him to love her Ever He doesn t do love, because life has taught him that you can only get hurt when you love someone Can Rebecca accept Jake s conditions Of course she can, because she believes he ll grow to love her over time As this is a romance novel, it s a given he will but they ll have to face some bumps along the way, mainly because Jake s a bit thick in the headOh boy, I lost count of the times I found myself wanting to shake some sense into Jake He just didn t have a clue and kept making one mistake after another At one particular moment, I actually winced when he went a little too far and said some cruel things to Rebecca He didn t know when to shut up and when to speak up, and Rebecca refused to help him Here s how one of their arguments went Rebecca It s not enough I needthan that from you Jake What game are you playing Tell me what you want me to say and we can go home She knew he didn t understand what she wanted and it wasn t something she could tell him Either he loved and trusted her or he didn t.Jake Tell me what to say Rebecca I can t If you don t know, I can t tell you I know I shouldn t have, but I laughed out loud when I read that scene I mean, If you don t know, I can t tell you is a classic, isn t it Strangely enough, I didn t hate Jake despite his jerk ish moments It was clear to me that he wasn t mean, he was just utterly clueless Plus, there was a vulnerability in him that made him likable and he did make amends in a beautiful way, so I ended up forgiving him.Rebecca was a bit too nice and perfect to be true, but I liked her too Despite the fact that she accepted Jake s loveless proposal and was content with having only his friendship in return for her love for a while, she wasn t a doormat and wasn t going to wait for him forever.As for the story s pace, there was too much telling and not enough showing at times I also noticed that trait when I read Discovering Dani, but it didn t bother me then as much as it did now It wasn t too annoying, but it was enough to dampen part of my enjoyment.All in all, this was a pleasant read and I m certainly going to keep reading this series


  2. Julie (jjmachshev) Julie (jjmachshev) says:

    The Way Home is book two in N.J.Walters Jamesville series which is, so far, a sweeter and softer series that readslike a darker, mid heat Harlequin romance series than the normal erotica this author writes Still, the stories are very well written and plotted.Rebecca has been in love with Jake ever since he saved her from an attack when she was a teenager Over the years, they have become very good friends, but he has never shown any inclination to deeper their relationship into someth The Way Home is book two in N.J.Walters Jamesville series which is, so far, a sweeter and softer series that readslike a darker, mid heat Harlequin romance series than the normal erotica this author writes Still, the stories are very well written and plotted.Rebecca has been in love with Jake ever since he saved her from an attack when she was a teenager Over the years, they have become very good friends, but he has never shown any inclination to deeper their relationship into somethingand Rebecca is too timid to risk it.Then Jake is left as guardian to his recently deceased brother s daughter So Jake decides he needs a wife and since Rebecca is his best friend and the only woman he kind of trusts, he asks her Rebecca decides to risk it and the rest of the story tells of their efforts to overcome their pasts and create a life together with an emotionally damaged child.Very touching, although I did want to kick Jake s butt several times for his boneheadedness He resists with all his might, but the bigger they arethe harder they fall Now I m up for the third book in the series The Return of Patrick O Rourke


  3. Pamela(AllHoney) Pamela(AllHoney) says:

    The second book in the Jamesville series by N.J Walters A charming but emotional read.


  4. Elle Elle says:

    It was a sweet little book I loved Casey, she added an interesting element to the story and the developing romantic relationship But all in all I kept comparing the book the the Virgin River Series and it came up lacking Not because this wasn t a good book, but because Robin Carr s series is so dense, you have so many storylines going on and you really get a feel for the fictional town This book is not written the same But The main characters are cute together, and it is a sweet little roma It was a sweet little book I loved Casey, she added an interesting element to the story and the developing romantic relationship But all in all I kept comparing the book the the Virgin River Series and it came up lacking Not because this wasn t a good book, but because Robin Carr s series is so dense, you have so many storylines going on and you really get a feel for the fictional town This book is not written the same But The main characters are cute together, and it is a sweet little romance Although I do wish we would have seenof the falling in love process rather than the realizing that I ve been in love for 7 years process


  5. Maria Maria says:

    Longer and farinteresting than Discovering Dani I recall these get better and better Still low on steam but the story and characters hold you in this one A classic love story.


  6. Adis Adis says:

    This is second book of Jamesville series I enjoyed it Like previous book, it was easy and quick to read The hero, Jake, had issue about trusting women The heroine, Rebecca, was too good too be true persona, way too forgiving Jake s niece, Casey, made interesting plot into this story Jake make marriage proposition to his 7 years friend, Rebecca, because he needs wife to help him take care of his orphaned niece He brutally honest with Rebecca that he didn t plan to fall in love Despite the This is second book of Jamesville series I enjoyed it Like previous book, it was easy and quick to read The hero, Jake, had issue about trusting women The heroine, Rebecca, was too good too be true persona, way too forgiving Jake s niece, Casey, made interesting plot into this story Jake make marriage proposition to his 7 years friend, Rebecca, because he needs wife to help him take care of his orphaned niece He brutally honest with Rebecca that he didn t plan to fall in love Despite the cold hearted proposallike business proposal though Rebecca consented to be his wife, because he deeply in love with him and beleive in time he will reciprocate her feeling Their relationship wasn t a smooth one Jake keep pushing away Rebecca, almost treat her cruel IMO, and finally she decide to leave him The groveling scene quite nice and the way he make amends was beautiful and thoughtful I give 3 stars not because this story wasn t great, it s just rather plain for my taste, compare to other books of these series Again NJ Walters written modest romance with this one


  7. Issa Issa says:

    Quite blah for me The issues both of them dealt with were real and true to life, I can t fault that at all, but there was nothing unique to it Not a book to read if you want depth which is okay just not something I m interested in any..


  8. Nicole Nicole says:

    Very laidback story, not much to the characters There is conflict, but not much of it.


  9. Flitterkit Flitterkit says:

    Pretty standard fare romance Predictable Didn t want to hit the characters much but that s about all it had going for it Not particularly good, not bad.


  10. Bet Lantaff Bet Lantaff says:

    Another great read from Ms Walters Although predictable, the book kept me interested and the h h worked well together I m ready for the next Jamesville series book


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10 thoughts on “The Way Home

  1. Dina Dina says:

    The second book in the Jamesville series, this is another sweet, feel good story that s miles away from the steamy hot erotic novels usually delivered by N.J Walters.Jake Tanner has a business proposition for his friend Rebecca Gentry marriage Jake s brother and sister in law have just died in a car accident, leaving their 4 year old daughter Casey orphaned Jake s been named Casey s legal guardian, but he would have taken her anyway because she s family He needs help raising his niece a The second book in the Jamesville series, this is another sweet, feel good story that s miles away from the steamy hot erotic novels usually delivered by N.J Walters.Jake Tanner has a business proposition for his friend Rebecca Gentry marriage Jake s brother and sister in law have just died in a car accident, leaving their 4 year old daughter Casey orphaned Jake s been named Casey s legal guardian, but he would have taken her anyway because she s family He needs help raising his niece and his brother s death makes him think that maybe it s time he got married and had children of his own, so Rebecca is the perfect answer to all these problems He doesn t love her not in the romantic way but they ve been friends for seven years, he likes her and she s the only woman he will ever consider marrying.Rebecca has been in love with Jake since she met him, and marrying him should be a dream come true But his proposal is less than romantic and he makes it clear that even though he cares for her and their marriage will be a real one after all, he wants kids , she shouldn t expect him to love her Ever He doesn t do love, because life has taught him that you can only get hurt when you love someone Can Rebecca accept Jake s conditions Of course she can, because she believes he ll grow to love her over time As this is a romance novel, it s a given he will but they ll have to face some bumps along the way, mainly because Jake s a bit thick in the headOh boy, I lost count of the times I found myself wanting to shake some sense into Jake He just didn t have a clue and kept making one mistake after another At one particular moment, I actually winced when he went a little too far and said some cruel things to Rebecca He didn t know when to shut up and when to speak up, and Rebecca refused to help him Here s how one of their arguments went Rebecca It s not enough I needthan that from you Jake What game are you playing Tell me what you want me to say and we can go home She knew he didn t understand what she wanted and it wasn t something she could tell him Either he loved and trusted her or he didn t.Jake Tell me what to say Rebecca I can t If you don t know, I can t tell you I know I shouldn t have, but I laughed out loud when I read that scene I mean, If you don t know, I can t tell you is a classic, isn t it Strangely enough, I didn t hate Jake despite his jerk ish moments It was clear to me that he wasn t mean, he was just utterly clueless Plus, there was a vulnerability in him that made him likable and he did make amends in a beautiful way, so I ended up forgiving him.Rebecca was a bit too nice and perfect to be true, but I liked her too Despite the fact that she accepted Jake s loveless proposal and was content with having only his friendship in return for her love for a while, she wasn t a doormat and wasn t going to wait for him forever.As for the story s pace, there was too much telling and not enough showing at times I also noticed that trait when I read Discovering Dani, but it didn t bother me then as much as it did now It wasn t too annoying, but it was enough to dampen part of my enjoyment.All in all, this was a pleasant read and I m certainly going to keep reading this series


  2. Julie (jjmachshev) Julie (jjmachshev) says:

    The Way Home is book two in N.J.Walters Jamesville series which is, so far, a sweeter and softer series that readslike a darker, mid heat Harlequin romance series than the normal erotica this author writes Still, the stories are very well written and plotted.Rebecca has been in love with Jake ever since he saved her from an attack when she was a teenager Over the years, they have become very good friends, but he has never shown any inclination to deeper their relationship into someth The Way Home is book two in N.J.Walters Jamesville series which is, so far, a sweeter and softer series that readslike a darker, mid heat Harlequin romance series than the normal erotica this author writes Still, the stories are very well written and plotted.Rebecca has been in love with Jake ever since he saved her from an attack when she was a teenager Over the years, they have become very good friends, but he has never shown any inclination to deeper their relationship into somethingand Rebecca is too timid to risk it.Then Jake is left as guardian to his recently deceased brother s daughter So Jake decides he needs a wife and since Rebecca is his best friend and the only woman he kind of trusts, he asks her Rebecca decides to risk it and the rest of the story tells of their efforts to overcome their pasts and create a life together with an emotionally damaged child.Very touching, although I did want to kick Jake s butt several times for his boneheadedness He resists with all his might, but the bigger they arethe harder they fall Now I m up for the third book in the series The Return of Patrick O Rourke


  3. Pamela(AllHoney) Pamela(AllHoney) says:

    The second book in the Jamesville series by N.J Walters A charming but emotional read.


  4. Elle Elle says:

    It was a sweet little book I loved Casey, she added an interesting element to the story and the developing romantic relationship But all in all I kept comparing the book the the Virgin River Series and it came up lacking Not because this wasn t a good book, but because Robin Carr s series is so dense, you have so many storylines going on and you really get a feel for the fictional town This book is not written the same But The main characters are cute together, and it is a sweet little roma It was a sweet little book I loved Casey, she added an interesting element to the story and the developing romantic relationship But all in all I kept comparing the book the the Virgin River Series and it came up lacking Not because this wasn t a good book, but because Robin Carr s series is so dense, you have so many storylines going on and you really get a feel for the fictional town This book is not written the same But The main characters are cute together, and it is a sweet little romance Although I do wish we would have seenof the falling in love process rather than the realizing that I ve been in love for 7 years process


  5. Maria Maria says:

    Longer and farinteresting than Discovering Dani I recall these get better and better Still low on steam but the story and characters hold you in this one A classic love story.


  6. Adis Adis says:

    This is second book of Jamesville series I enjoyed it Like previous book, it was easy and quick to read The hero, Jake, had issue about trusting women The heroine, Rebecca, was too good too be true persona, way too forgiving Jake s niece, Casey, made interesting plot into this story Jake make marriage proposition to his 7 years friend, Rebecca, because he needs wife to help him take care of his orphaned niece He brutally honest with Rebecca that he didn t plan to fall in love Despite the This is second book of Jamesville series I enjoyed it Like previous book, it was easy and quick to read The hero, Jake, had issue about trusting women The heroine, Rebecca, was too good too be true persona, way too forgiving Jake s niece, Casey, made interesting plot into this story Jake make marriage proposition to his 7 years friend, Rebecca, because he needs wife to help him take care of his orphaned niece He brutally honest with Rebecca that he didn t plan to fall in love Despite the cold hearted proposallike business proposal though Rebecca consented to be his wife, because he deeply in love with him and beleive in time he will reciprocate her feeling Their relationship wasn t a smooth one Jake keep pushing away Rebecca, almost treat her cruel IMO, and finally she decide to leave him The groveling scene quite nice and the way he make amends was beautiful and thoughtful I give 3 stars not because this story wasn t great, it s just rather plain for my taste, compare to other books of these series Again NJ Walters written modest romance with this one


  7. Issa Issa says:

    Quite blah for me The issues both of them dealt with were real and true to life, I can t fault that at all, but there was nothing unique to it Not a book to read if you want depth which is okay just not something I m interested in any..


  8. Nicole Nicole says:

    Very laidback story, not much to the characters There is conflict, but not much of it.


  9. Flitterkit Flitterkit says:

    Pretty standard fare romance Predictable Didn t want to hit the characters much but that s about all it had going for it Not particularly good, not bad.


  10. Bet Lantaff Bet Lantaff says:

    Another great read from Ms Walters Although predictable, the book kept me interested and the h h worked well together I m ready for the next Jamesville series book


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