Review: Finding Home Again by Brenda Jackson

Publication Date: October 29, 2019


First love. Second chances. In Catalina Cove, anything can happen…

Bryce Witherspoon’s heart races every time she sees Kaegan Chambray. Everyone in town knows they can’t stand each other, but the truth is, even though the man broke her heart ten years ago, she still feels that irresistible, oh-so-familiar jolt of desire.

When Kaegan returned to Catalina Cove to run the family business, he knew there’d be no avoiding Bryce. The woman he thought he’d one day marry was instead the biggest heartbreak of his life. But when Bryce lets slip a devastating secret, he discovers just how wrong he was to let her go all those years ago.

He knows they both still feel the spark between them, but it’ll take more than attraction to convince her. Kaegan will pull out all the stops to show Bryce he’s the man who can give her the future they once dreamed of—if only they give love a second chance.

Finding Home Again is the third book in the Catalina Cove Series. This book can be read as a standalone but you may not fully understand the tension and some of the dialogue because it belongs to a series. Bryce and Keagan have a history that needs to be dissected in some ways. These two went through a lot together but now can barely stand the sight of one another.

As you read this book you get to learn more about them and how they came to where they are at now. But, you also get to see why they love so hard and they mean to each other. I enjoyed this book (and the series.) I really like how Mrs. Jackson makes them find not only themselves, their history but just like the title, their home.

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