The final installment in the deservedly beloved Homeward trilogy is full of romance, family pride and the act of forgiving oneself and learning to move forward without regrets. Fans will not soon forgot the St. Clair family.
The St. Clair siblings come together at last. Moira leaves Paris to see if there’s anything left of an old relationship. Odessa and her husband, Bryce, are struggling to rebuild their ranch. Nic turns up after boxing in South America, broken and haunted. He finally begins to understand how passionately he is loved — by God, his family and a good woman — as the siblings realize home is not where you are, but what is in your heart. (DAVID C. COOK, Jun., 400 pp., $14.99)