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Coming Home
     

Coming Home

3.6 15
by Graylin Fox
 

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After losing her husband and son in a car wreck, Lyn is left alone. Even though overwhelmed with grief, financial responsibilities bring her back to reality.

With the decision to sell her ancestral home, Lyn is greeted by memories of childhood as she meets up with the water dryad and brownie couple, who had helped her grandmother raise her.

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Overview

After losing her husband and son in a car wreck, Lyn is left alone. Even though overwhelmed with grief, financial responsibilities bring her back to reality.

With the decision to sell her ancestral home, Lyn is greeted by memories of childhood as she meets up with the water dryad and brownie couple, who had helped her grandmother raise her.

The old plantation on the coastal marsh along the bayou of Louisiana reunites her with the joys she’d long forgotten—until she finds herself in the middle of a mysterious war.

Doors open and secrets are revealed, but will she be able to survive the nightmares she’d left behind as a child or walk away with more than she’d expected?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940152815986
Publisher:
Dark Fantasy Press
Publication date:
12/12/2015
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,275,369
File size:
286 KB

Meet the Author

Graylin Fox is an Urban Fantasy author of Contessa: Princess of the Summer Fae, the Arcane Court Series (Death Dealer, Red Lady, Shadowed Vengeance, Demon Child), and the paranormal romance Candy Man Delivery Series which she writes as Graylin Rane. Graylin is also a psychologist, and used this knowledge when writing Smolder, a novel about a hospital psychologist, and Your Biggest Fan, about a woman obsessed with a boy band member. She still practices psychology in South Florida, unwinding with her friends at the beach. 

Keep up with Graylin online at GraylinFox.com, on Facebook [GraylinFoxWrites], and on Twitter [@GraylinFox].

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Coming Home 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Honestly, as i began reading the story, I was quite sure this was written by someone very young, possibly still in HS due to the emmense amout of spelling & other small errors. So I decided to visit the author's website and after learning a few things about her, I continued on with the book. Very good story line & characters, one just needs to overlook the same error of wear vs were throughout. I am currently reading 2nd book in the series, and again, a few mispelled words & small errors. Very entertaining plot and unique variation on books in this genre. Looking forward to future books by author, just hope that some editing and spellcheck is utilized.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great to read this and am reading part 2 to see what happens next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Overdescriptive and in bad need of editing. The story line doe not flow well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story grabs your attention at the funeral and keeps you going through each fast paced chapter. Even the down times don't drag down the story, they only build up the characters and make them more real. I highly recommend this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Captivating story that draws you in. The end is such a cliff hanger! It reminds me of how my favorite TV shows leave you wanting more at the end because something unexpected happens. I'll be reading the next one for sure!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am dissapointed that to me the book having sexual activities ruined it. I didnt not enjoy it afterwards
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aquashamrock More than 1 year ago
The only thing saving this book from 1-2 stars is the plot. The story is unique (I read A LOT and this is a good twist on a paranormal story), but the story reads like a second draft in sophomore year English class.  Some basic college-level proof reading would make this much easier to read.  With the second book being shorter, I doubt I'll pay to read it.  If you can get past the frequent misspellings, constant use of "to" instead of "too", calling the werewolves "wear" ALL THE TIME, and various other glaring errors, then you should enjoy this book pretty well.
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This is here by land given to xandra for rping.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
And didnt know there was a sex scene i just skipped over it. Also it did not flow well. There were abrupt this happening. It was ok