Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

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by Marin Thomas
     
 

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She's Homeward Bound

Heather Henderson swore never to return to the one-horse Texas town where she'd raised hell as a teenager, and she meant it. Until her self-appointed guardian-turned-mayor, Royce McKinnon, the man who'd made sure she'd had what she needed when her own parents didn't, shows up at her college dorm one

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She's Homeward Bound

Heather Henderson swore never to return to the one-horse Texas town where she'd raised hell as a teenager, and she meant it. Until her self-appointed guardian-turned-mayor, Royce McKinnon, the man who'd made sure she'd had what she needed when her own parents didn't, shows up at her college dorm one night with unexpected news.

And This Time She's Staying

A feed store on the verge of bankruptcy is her father's legacy, and although she wants nothing to do with the venture, turning the business around is the best way to prove to the townsfolk that she's changed. And maybe the only way to show the uppity mayor that the scrappy brat he used to watch over is a woman now—and woman enough for him!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781460369456
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
10/15/2014
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
370,040
File size:
814 KB

Meet the Author


Bestselling author Marin Thomas writes series romance for Harlequin and women's fiction for Penguin/NAL Trade. Marin graduated from the University of Arizona, where she earned a B.A. in Radio-TV and played basketball for the Lady Wildcats. Marin and her husband are recent empty-nesters and live in Houston, Texas. Marin invites you to learn more about her books at her website, www.marinthomas.com and to sign up for her newsletter at http://bit.ly/MarinThomasNews.

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Homeward Bound 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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I really loved the book i got so into wanting to know what happened next. I couldn't put it down for second.
harstan More than 1 year ago
After spending much of the last seven years in College Station, Heather Henderson returns to her hometown of Nowhere, Texas to allegedly bury her father, who died when he fell asleep in bed with a lit cigarette. However, Heather knows she is not coming home to honor her abusive dad who never cared one iota for her; she is returning to confront her knight in shining armor Royce McKinnon, who as an older teen took care of her after her mother fled from her father. She plans to demand he explain why he rejected her three years ago. --- Royce cares for others, which is why the rancher became mayor. He still sees Heather as a rebellious adolescent needing food, water, and at times shelter and protection. She wants him to see her as a nurturing capable grown-up willing to care for him while he minds others for Heather knows that her adulation of her hero has turned into adult love, which she believes deep inside his heart her stubborn champion reciprocates. --- The latest ¿Homeward Bound contemporary romance is a fine tale starring a rigid soul who feels a need to be responsible for everyone in his sphere of influence and the woman who matches him in degrees of obstinacy who demands that she be responsible for him at times. Readers will believe this couple belongs together, but wonder if Heather is still hero worshipping and also ponder why Royce rejects what is obvious. Although Royce can become irritating with his Bushian principle of my way or the highway, fans will welcome this refreshing small town Texas tale. --- Harriet Klausner The latest ¿Homeward Bound contemporary romance is a fine tale starring a rigid soul who feels a need to be responsible for everyone in his sphere of influence and the woman who matches him in degrees of obstinacy who demands that she be responsible for him at times. Readers will believe this couple belongs together, but wonder if Heather is still hero worshipping and also ponder why Royce rejects what is obvious. Although Royce can become irritating with his Bushian principle of my way or the highway, fans will welcome this refreshing small town Texas tale. --- Harriet Klausner