Title: Closer Home
Author: Kerry Anne King
Stars: 4.5 out of 5
My interest was engaged from the first chapter and never waned through the entire book. A modern romance with heartbreak, grief, comedic relief and unspoken love between the main characters, which does not waiver, even tho it takes ages to come to fruition. The characters and plot are both believable and will stand the test of time.
I gave this book a 4.5 star rating and would like to see a follow story about Ariel in the future.
I received an ARC from Netgalley for my unbiased review.
Thank you Frank for all your review!
When Lise Redding’s estranged sister, country-pop star Callie Redfern, is killed during a publicity stunt, the small-town music teacher is dragged from her quiet life into the spotlight.
Lise hadn’t spoken with Callie in ten years, ever since Callie’s betrayal split them apart, so she’s shocked to discover that she’s inherited her sister’s massive estate. Not only that, but Lise is now the guardian of her sixteen-year-old niece, Ariel, to whom she’s practically a stranger.
Overwhelmed by grief and her new responsibilities, Lise thinks things couldn’t get worse. But overnight she becomes the paparazzi’s latest obsession. Suddenly she and her longtime friend Dale are plastered over the front pages of the tabloids. Desperate to escape both the media and her memories, Lise sets off with Ariel on a search for the girl’s father. Yet instead of granting Lise a reprieve, the quest brings her face-to-face with long-buried secrets. Only by learning to forgive will she be able to find her way back home.
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