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A woman's middle-aged heart destroyed by love and loss. A divorced handyman who has given up on dating. Can small town dreams bring them both together? 

Sam needs a do-over. Shattered by her husband's infidelities after 25 years of marriage, she is plagued by constant fear and loneliness. With only her dog, she sets out to make a quaint island community her new home. 

Sam searches for a carpenter. Jeff, a retired firefighter turned handyman, answers her call. As Jeff works on her projects, he can't resist falling for her or her pies. Sam's not looking for romance, but can't deny their budding relationship. 

When she least expects it, the pain of her past comes hurtling back at her. While torn between love and friendship, Sam must face her fears and make a choice. Will she risk the chance for a family and home she's been longing for all her life? 

Finding Home is the first book in the Hometown Harbor Series, featuring emotional journeys of women in midlife, with a touch of romance. If you like escaping with heartwarming stories filled with friendship and family, dogs, and second chances, then you'll love Tammy L. Grace's tale of old wounds and new possibilities. 

Treat yourself to the first audiobook in the series fans describe as "the perfect escape, captivating, heartwarming, and inspirational" today. 

©2014 Tammy L. Grace (P)2018 Tammy L Grace

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  • 17-08-19

Finding Home

Couldn't put down! Despite her life falling apart just when it should have been at its best. She took a chance. A year can make a whole lot of difference! Great read!

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  • 17-09-18


The production quality of this book was terrible, but that wasn't the worst thing about it. The narrator did her best with insipid dialogue and a really boring story. The only characters I found even remotely interesting were the dogs. The dialogue and 'insights' into the thoughts of the characters were so inane that I found myself laughing at the ridiculous non-insights that were 'revealed'. At least the laughter kept me awake while driving - that's something. Save your money/credits for something else.