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Home Sweet Love
     

Home Sweet Love

4.9 42
by Ava Miles
 

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Millions of readers have fallen in love with Ava's bestselling books...come join the family.

International Bestselling Author Ava Miles shares a powerful tale about the sweetness of home and falling in love for the first time.

Chase Parker doesn't believe in all that gushy home sweet love stuff.

Moira Hale sure as heck does.

Becoming a respected corporate

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Millions of readers have fallen in love with Ava's bestselling books...come join the family.

International Bestselling Author Ava Miles shares a powerful tale about the sweetness of home and falling in love for the first time.

Chase Parker doesn't believe in all that gushy home sweet love stuff.

Moira Hale sure as heck does.

Becoming a respected corporate executive of a billionaire enterprise is more enduring, according to Chase. He lost his home in a tragedy as a kid and doesn't plan on building another one ever again. But he finds himself stuck in small town Dare Valley recovering from a skiing accident-and in a home much like the one he lost.

Moira is excited to have her first real home in addition to a fantabulous new job, working in tandem with Chase's boss on a high-powered fundraiser. She and Chase don't have to worry about an office romance technically because they don't work together. And so, while Chase is recovering, they decide to "hang out" and enjoy each other.

Neither anticipate how deep their feelings go. Chase certainly doesn't expect to sift through the ashes of his past in order to heal and share his memories with Moira-or find comfort in all the things he'd locked away. But soon Chase discovers how sweet home can be...all the while falling in love.

PRAISE:
"Ava's story is witty and charming." Barbara Freethy #1 New York Times Bestselling Author on Nora Roberts Land

"On par with Nicholas Sparks' love stories." Jennifer's Corner Blog

"The constant love, and the tasteful sexual interludes, bring a sensual, dynamic tension to this appealing story." Publisher's Weekly

"I am adding Ava Miles to my list of always reads like Susan Mallery, Jill Shalvis, Kristen Ashley, and NORA ROBERTS." Marjay's Reading Blog

"Miles' story savvy, sense of humor, respect for her readers and empathy for her characters shine through..." USA Today on The Gate to Everything

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781940565552
Publisher:
Ava Miles, Inc
Publication date:
01/04/2017
Edition description:
Dare Valley
Pages:
366
Sales rank:
765,224

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Home Sweet Love 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 42 reviews.
Anonymous 20 days ago
Another wonderful story by Karen Rose! 293 pages of family values, love and friendship.
Anonymous 3 months ago
"How bout finding the perfect girl?!" I smile.
Anonymous 3 months ago
She wears a pink shirt which is see through on the back with white heels and Tight jeans. She smiles at Daya.
Anonymous 3 months ago
*sneezes, entering the house*
Dzneychica 3 months ago
A terrific new chapter in the Dare Valley series! Ms Miles has created another wonderful book in her Dare River series, bringing back glimpses of old favorite characters, as well as giving us insight into new ones. Dare Valley has been as much of a character as the people who live there…making me want to visit this fabulous place! I cannot wait to see where she goes from here! Please note: I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.
Anonymous 3 months ago
She walks in wearing a tight black and red striped crop top and faded skinny jeans with red kiks and looks around and sees Valentina "Hey Val!" She says smiling
Anonymous 3 months ago
Fu.ck me hard
Anonymous 3 months ago
Hey bros. What did l miss.
Anonymous 3 months ago
He walks in wearing all white jordans, tan colored skinny jeans that sagged a bit, a blue skin tight dress shirt that showed his muscley body and a gray beanie. He was shy, muscular, and good looking. He had tan skin and light brown hair with crystal blue eyes. He looked around
Anonymous 3 months ago
She walked in and walked up to George "hey!"
Anonymous 3 months ago
Shelby: Um uh...<p> Zy: Shelby this is Valentina. Valentina this is Shelby, my cousin.<p> Shelby kinda looks at val but he is shy
Anonymous 3 months ago
Hi guys
Anonymous 3 months ago
*he sprinkles sand in everyone's eyes* -.-
Anonymous 3 months ago
"Valentina, can Chloe and I hang out in the man-cave?"he asks, stting his things down in the living room.
Anonymous 3 months ago
She smiled at chloe.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Walks in holding a golden flute
ValerieL 3 months ago
Home Sweet Love by Ava Miles is the 10th book in the Dare Valley series. While it is not my favorite in the series, it was very good and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it! Moira and Chase are both strong, independent personalities. Watching them learn how to balance trust and love with still remaining independent was fascinating. I loved the fact that when Chase was opening up his heart and soul to Moira, she didn't try to use platitudes or pat answers to make things better. Instead, she sat with him, held him when he cried, and was just there. As a survivor of trauma, I can testify that there is no better feeling than to have someone you love, whether relative, friend, or significant other, just be there. There's no need for words or reassurance. There's just a need to have someone to listen. That's exactly what Moira does for Chase and it's one of the greatest gifts she could give him. Being back in the familiar setting of Dare Valley was lovely. When you read a book in a favorite series, it's like "coming home" in a sense. This book was no exception to that. Similarly, it was great to see the majority of the extended Dare Valley family. The only thing I didn't like in this one is that I didn't like how Evan was "handling" Chase. Forcing someone to face their past is not always a good thing; it's easy for such "good intentions" to backfire and for the intended person to become even more embittered and hardened. Luckily, it worked out this time around and Chase was able to heal, not only from this newer trauma, but from the trauma in his earlier life. As is usually the case, we got a "sneak peek" at the next book in the series by seeing interactions between the next couple to be featured. After seeing how J.T. & Caroline interacted together, I'm very excited for their book! All-in-all, it was a great book and I highly recommend it! ** I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.**
maburge1 4 months ago
Ava Miles may categorize her novels as fiction, but there is something about the depth of truth in the relationships she builds between her characters that makes them seem like non-fiction. Moira and Chase face hardships of overlapping companies and an almost fatal accident, but their relationship strengthens and strains during this time. However, the one true element that survives is love. While life sometimes seems to stand in the way JT Merriam sets the record straight with Chase…one can love their job and have a life too. What that means for Chase and Moira is for one to read in Home Sweet Love. "I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own."
litgoddess 4 months ago
I love this book, and I've read all of Ava Miles' novels!!!! Healing is a painful process, but well worth it. Sometimes that means delving into past hurts that burdened us in ways we didn’t know they had, and learning to forgive others and ourselves. For driven, ambitious men such as Chase Parker, it also meant getting in touch with his nurturing side, something that Moira always knew he had in him. All of life is a journey, and sometimes those tough obstacles do help our strengths become honed as we choose to develop our character and remain open to opportunities that come to us. For those of us who have been workaholics, take a page from Chase’s book and learn to find the mind/body/spirit balance in our lives so that we’re ready to have a love that’s inspiring and won’t stand in the way of our strong drive to succeed. Savor the small things in life, like the soothing purring of kittens, continuing hobbies that satisfy our souls, and taking time to really be in the moment with someone who loves us. Balance is key. I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.
Cindy724 4 months ago
This book is awesome. I think I finished it in one day; it was that good. I just loved Chase and Moira together. I was so happy when chase realized just how much Moira meant to him. Thank you Ava for another wonderful book. So looking forward to the next. I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.
JenniferY 4 months ago
***I received an ebook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review and all opinions are my own.*** Another beautiful story in the Dare Valley series. I feel in love with these characters as I always seem to. There is such depth to Chase and I loved him so much. The emotion in this book was amazing to experience. I'm excited there will be more to this series, but I'm curious how many more we can get.
angelbaby024ever 4 months ago
This is another great Ava Mile’s book. I have loved all of her books and this is no exception. This is a book from the Dare Valley series. You do NOT have to read them all, or in order to appreciate this book. In this book we learn about Chase Parker and his past, he isn’t a gushy guy with sentiments of home, love and family. He hides in his work and soon has to learn a different way. Chase Parker is the CFO of Quid-Atch, the company that is in charge of The Artemis Institute of Innovation, a private institute designed to foster young inventors helping them with seed money and training at Emmits Merriam University in Dare Valley. Moira Hale is the director of The Artemis Institute of Innovation, and she works in some ways with Chase as they oversee the Institutes first fundraiser. Moira steps in to be a friend, and their feelings that were hanging around, might make things more interesting. Chase does not have sweet, happy memories of a loving fun home. Moira Hale is from a big loving family that is all about love, supporting each other and home. Moira is the human resource and go to person for the Institute working with Evan and Chase is her boss. Chase has a skiing accident that brings up issues of his past, and the fact that he works so much. He has to learn how to relax and take time off from work to heal. Chase and Mora are both big human resource people/ rule following, so they are very concerned about what could happen working together if something does not work out, especially because in Chase’s mind it was a temporary thing. I love learning about Chase’s past and following how he and Mora start to become more than friends, and having fun learning more about each other. Chase has a sentimental, caring side that we learn about slowly throughout the book. I love how healers of different types to try and heal Chase faster are introduced into the story as I feel it adds an interesting level to the book. Acupuncturist, Qigong and a healer are used to help with more emotional healing but also his physical healing. Here Chase learns that he needs more than work to be happy and live a good life. Will Chase be able to open back up to love after all this repressed issues from his family’s fire that destroyed their home and in his eyes all their lives? He doesn’t talk about the fire to anyone, and has always repressed everything and anything about it. That is until the skiing accident that brought it all back up. This is an amazing book and I recommend it to all. "I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own."
DianeAMiller 4 months ago
This book is about 2 people; Chase, whose whole life revolves around work, and Moira, who has just changed jobs and moved back to her hometown. Chase and Moira are working together to hold a launch party for the company Moira works for. Chase has an accident which means he can’t leave Dare Valley as quickly as originally planned. Moira feels sorry for Chase, and tries to help him get through the healing process. They realize they love each other but don’t know how this will work when Chase recovers and goes back to his busy work life. Through trial and error, they both realize that they are meant to be together and live and work in Dare Valley. I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.
Nanbar 4 months ago
Another Dare Valley success!!! I love Ava Miles books and this is one of my favorite. Home Sweet Love takes us through the journey of Chase and Moira Hale. Many techniques of healing were used in this book, both physically and mending of the heart. I also enjoyed meeting JT Merriam and can not wait for his and Caroline's story. I received this e book copy form the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review and all conclusions are my own
gromine49 4 months ago
This is another wonderful addition the Dare Valley series. I have read most of the books in this series and I think this is probably the best one yet. We previously met Chase in another series, Billionaire in Paris by the same author, and Moira is a Hale, who have been a part of Dare Valley for a long time. This is a fantastically sweet story and will leave you wanting more. I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review; all conclusions are my own.