Book Reviews of Homeplace

Homeplace
Homeplace
Author: JoAnn Ross
ISBN-13: 9781416523529
ISBN-10: 1416523529
Publication Date: 10/31/2006
Pages: 416
Edition: Reissue
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A surprisingly bad book by JoAnn Ross. I usually enjoy her stories but this one didn't seem to go anywhere.

Jack was too perfect and just completely unbelievable. Everyone was so hard on Raine for being resentful towards her mother when I felt like she had every right to be. The women stole her childhood basically. Plus Raine's character was just blah. It's a shock to me since I really liked Raine in Savannah's story but she was boring and annoying here. There was no real conflict to their story. I kept wanting to read more about everyone else, even the three foster girls.

I kind of wished Ross developed the romance between Lilith and Cooper more. They were really interesting characters and their relationship was fascinating. Instead, they just end up together and married. You never know what happened in between.

Not worth the read. I think I only survived to the end of the book because I did a lot of skim reading.
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Helpful Score: 1
I enjoyed reading this novel aboout Raine Cantrell,and Sheriff Jack O'Halloran.
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Good book.
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I enjoy romance books with Irish history and lore, this is one.
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Very Good. Awesome characters.
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Although high-powered attorney Raine Cantrell dreamed that success might make the father who abandoned her take notice, she is still very much alone. Then she gets an urgent call from three kids in trouble in her Washington State hometome, and suddenlty Raine is returning to face unresolved feelings, unhealed wounds and unexpected sesire.
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High-powered attorney Raine Cantrell gets an urgent call from 3 kids in trouble in her Washington State hometown, and returns to face unresolved feelings, unhealed wounds, and unexpected desire. Sheriff Jack O'Halloran, a man with a tragic past, has 3 teens barricaded inside a house. He isn't ready for Raine to invade his territory, and Raine isn't ready for anyone to touch her heart.
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a tender and deeply affecting tale, homeplace will linger in your heart long after the last page is turned.
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Fighting legal battles 80 hours a week has left Raine Cantrell burned out. She comes home to her hometown to kids, mothers, grandmothers and unexpected desire. Raine enjoys less pressure and decides to come home again and get a new hubby, a little girls and most of all she get a family.
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Good book
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Good book. I liked it so much that I ordered the next book "Far Harbor."
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I enjoyed this book a lot good characters romance