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ALMOST HOME
by Mariah Stewart

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: MILD

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Until now the timing has never been right for the pair of potential lovers showcased in Stewart’s third Chesapeake Diaries tale. St. Dennis is once again ground zero for romance and family drama as Wade McGregor returns with a big surprise. Warmth oozes from the pages of this tender romance and is the ideal tonic for driving the blues away!

Steffie Wyler has had a crush on Wade McGregor since childhood, but when he left for college and then started a microbrewery in Texas, she figured she was out of luck. Then during Beck and Mia’s wedding, Steffie and Wade share a moment that gets her heart pounding, only to have her hopes dashed when he receives a phone call and leaves. Now months later, Wade arrives in town as a widower with a toddler named Austin in tow. With Wade once again passing through, does Steffie dare place her heart at risk? (BALLANTINE, Apr., 370 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BALLANTINE

Published: April 2011

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