Home reminds Heather of the old school romances where two strangers meet before one deploys and has an instant connection they know they want more, but have no idea if it will work...they are lucky enough to meet again a year later and then you throw in the curveball... oops! Even the cover helps set that mood...
Third time's the charm... right?
The first time Cody Diaz met the sexy older man, Jase Marsh was a soldier on leave.
The second time they met, Jase was newly retired and looking to scratch an itch.
The third time Cody met Jase, the dream is over and reality crashes in at his dad's wedding where Jase's former fiancée becomes Cody’s stepmother.
But a physical connection isn’t the only thing they share. They’re both on the road to finding themselves and what they truly want out of life, love, and what home looks like to them. Maybe if they stop fighting against their families and their pasts and grow from them instead, Cody and Jase will realize they can find those things they want together.
Great writing style. Loved the book.
This was a book by a new to me author and I am so glad I had the opportunity to read it. It was well written with a wonderful storyline and great characters. The book really shows people how home is sometimes the people you are with, not where you are at. The author showed good writing with the issues the men had and I really loved reading it.
Rating: 4 Stars
Home was a high heat to slow burn roller coaster ride... instant connection to internet pen-pals, a second night stand and maybe more? Until they meet at the one place they never imagined... Jase's ex-fiancee's wedding to Cody's father, whose relationship with Cody is already problematic..
Blending age gap, long distance, family pressure and adjusting to civilian life after military service, Home flows beautifully and the angst, daily issues and steam are all placed perfectly to tell the story without overpowering any other and letting this reader feel thoroughly involved in their world from start to finish.
Rating: 5 Stars