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It may be a dot in the Pacific Northwest, but tiny Blue Moon Harbor always has room for love . . .
Miranda Gabriel has finally hit rock-bottom. As a high-school drop-out, she fled Blue Moon Harbor and her shattered family life, and chased after love in all the wrong places. But now, as a single mom, her priority is her two-year-old daughter. Her only choice is to swallow her pride and return to the island she's always hated. At least between working and studying, she'll be too busy for romance--especially when the prospect is a nice guy, exactly the kind she knows she doesn't deserve...
The island veterinarian, Luke Chandler is a widower raising four-year-old twin boys. In high school, he found bad girl Miranda fascinating--and though life has changed them both, he's still intrigued. Luke has known true love, and something about Miranda makes him long to experience it again. Yet he's wary of opening himself, and his boys, to hurt. But his heart may not give him a choice. And together, maybe he and Miranda can give each other the courage to believe in themselves, and to embrace a promising new future . . .
Praise for Susan Fox's Caribou Crossing series
"The perfect sweep-you-away story--smart, sexy, funny and touching. Susan Fox delivers an unforgettable read." --Susan Wiggs on Home on the Range
"One hot romance to remember." --Publishers Weekly on Ring of Fire
"Fox's honest storytelling is filled with sweet and raw moments that engage readers from the very first page." -RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars on Ring of Fire
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December 27, 2017
Come Home With Me is a standalone read but it is part of a series. It is NOT necessary to read the previous books but it is such an enjoyable story/destination, you’ll want to do that anyway. For me, it is so much more enjoyable when I know the characters, from previous books, and how they relate...
December 18, 2017
I really enjoyed this read. This reminded me of a Robyn Carr romance, although Miranda was a bit too self-destructive for my taste at times. Much like Carr, Fox takes her time with the story. It doesn’t drag, ever. Rather, she let’s you meet and then settle-in with the characters. I really apprec...
December 16, 2017
Realism is evident in every situation that arises in the second Blue Moon Harbor story. From convincing dialogue to descriptive settings to relatable characters, Susan Fox created believable aspects at all times. There was never a single event which did not come across as plausible, and I thought...
December 24, 2017
Come Home with Me by Susan Fox
Blue Moon Harbor #2
Not sure how I feel about this book. It definitely is not my usual go-to type of story but instead a more long and drawn out romance with the couple trying friendship and family dates with children before committing to actually “dating”. Both do co...
January 02, 2018
Sometimes going home brings you the thing you were looking for the entire time. Such is the case with Miranda Gabriel in Come Home With Me, the latest in Susan Fox’s Destiny Island series. While Miranda resisted coming home feeling it made her a failure, she discovered that strength is the abilit...
December 28, 2017
This is a voluntary review of an advanced copy.
While this is book 2 in the series, you really don't need to have read the first book to enjoy this one! Miranda and Luke were so different that you are not sure that they are going to make it at first. I did find it hard to like Miranda at first but...
November 23, 2017
"Received an Advance Reader Copy in exchange for a fair review"
Destiny Island, Vancouver, Canada - a world so different from mine and Susan Fox managed to bring it to life and make it seem so real with these wonderful round characters she created. I adored this place – the rugged beauty of the Pa...
December 25, 2017
This was a wonderful heartwarming story packed full of emotion. It's beautifully written and I loved how the relationship between Luke and Miranda was a nice slow build. These two both have baggage. Miranda has returned to Blue Moon after vowing she'd never return. She has more to think of than h...
December 27, 2017
Susan Fox’s Come Home with Me grabbed me from the beginning so that I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. The themes of family, especially parent and child relationships are at the heart of the story along with the second chance at romantic love for a father, Luke Chandler and a mother, Miranda...
December 25, 2017
There is hope in every bad choice and humor in every mistake. Come Home With Me has the wisdom to speak to ingrained common sense, but the forethought to reach the heart. Deemed the "Wild Child" of Blue Moon Harbor, Miranda was determined to prove everyone wrong. She quickly realized you can take...