Book Reviews of The Journey Home

The Journey Home
The Journey Home
Author: Fiona Hood-Stewart
ISBN-13: 9781551666068
ISBN-10: 1551666065
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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A story of power, money, loyalty and old buried secrets. A must
read for those liking romance with a plot!
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They met in the wilds of Scotland,as a winter storm approached.Com;oete strangers,they were uncannily drawn to one another. India Moncrieff,grief stricken over her mother's sudden death,a woman desperate to hold on to Dunbar House,the majestic family estate. Jack Buchanan,the American tycoon enchanted by the land,who sees the house as a business oppportunity.
Business and passion soon unite them. But shocking revelations wil allienate the two lovers in their desperate battle over a legacy neithe will surrender. Family secrets and a murder spanning two hundred years have left too many sould lost and alone. Now it's up to the heart to illuminate the way home.
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An interesting, sentimental yet intriguing story. Story centers around the search for three statues called The Fates. One was believed lost in the Titanic sinking, the others not actually believed to have existed. Trying to bring the three fates together inevitably brings couples together as well. Some well-developed characters and an interesting storyline make this one quite readable.
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They met in the wilds of Scotland, as a winter storm approached. Complete strangers, they were uncannily drawn to one another. India Moncrieff, grief stricken over her mother's sudden death, a woman desperate to hold on to Dunbar House, the majestic family estate. And Jack Buchanan, the American tycoon enchanted by the land, who sees the house as a business opportunity.
Business and passion soon unite them. But shocking revelations will alienate the two lovers in their desperate battle over a legacy neither will surrender. Family secrets and a murder spanning two hundred years have left too many souls lost and alone. Now it's up to the heart to illuminate the way home.
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This story takes place in Scotland. It is a story of family told with heart. It makes the usual twists and turns, but eventually it is up to the heart to make its way home. Good read.
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Far more compelling then most romance books. This one takes you to a time before cell phones and high speed internet and then throws you forward into the now where after the death of their mother, two sister fight over what to do with the treasured run down family home they have just inherited. Watch these girls fight over family heritage, money and men, only to be over run by ancestors of the past making sure the right family stays on the land.