A Soldier's Homecoming

A Soldier's Homecoming

by Karen Foley

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BN ID: 2940162150671
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 06/11/2018
Series: Glacier Creek , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 634,496
File size: 452 KB

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A Soldier's Homecoming 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
D-does-reviews More than 1 year ago
This book features the classic enemies to lovers romance trope that we all enjoy reading because as they say there’s a fine line between love and hate and at first these two characters definitely don’t like each other. Lucas is a good guy who has been put in the position of finding dirt on India. Little does he know that she’s the victim in this story. Their budding relationship and the slow revelation of what really happened on the tragic night that brought these two characters together is guaranteed to change them both forever. This is great storytelling combined with sympathetic characters and a mystery that slowly unfolds in a way that kept me intrigued, entertained and hoping for a happily-ever-after and I wasn’t disappointed. I read a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley and all opinions expressed in my voluntary review are completely my own.
Shweetsandi More than 1 year ago
What a heartfelt book based in another small town in Montana , Glacier Creek. I have really enjoyed this entire series and I think this book grabbed my heart the most. India and Lucas both has many secrets but man these two have chemistry. I am one to give a storyline away but let me say this book had me shaking my head in parts and I did wake up my husband (cause i read in bed) a time or two because I made a few rude remarks about Lucas's mother. WoW what a first class witch she is, or was. There are a few things I would change in the book ie: The Title I could not figure that one out to this day but other than that I really did enjoy this book and I loved catching up with old friends from last book as well. I am so looking forward to the next book in this series to see if Katie, India's sister or if Lucas's twin sisters are talked about at all going forward. I am very pleased to see that Glacier Creek is forming and growing into a bigger community like Marietta, Montana and Cherry Lake.
DJTP More than 1 year ago
A Soldier's Homecoming, book three in the Glacier Creek series. Karen Foley knows how to write a great story. I've enjoyed the characters in this this book and the character development and dialogue is perfect for the storyline. I've enjoyed the other books in this series just as much and hope there will be more to come.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
This is an enjoyable sweet small town romance. It's the third book in the Glacier Creek series but other than some past characters popping up here and there it is completely standalone. In this book we meet India Gale, a young woman who finds herself in Glacier Creek hiding away from the paparazzi after she is in an accident that left a man dead and her with a huge settlement including a house in Glacier Creek. All she wants is a little peace and some time to decide how to move forward with her life. Then there is Lucas Talbot who returns to Glacier Creek to check out India. She was involved in the accident that not only took his stepfather's life but also a huge payout from the family. Is India the gold digger his mother claims that she is or is she the incredible woman he comes to know? This is a good clean read that I think everyone will enjoy.
Lorizen More than 1 year ago
Great story and a good plot that left me wanting more. India was a little tough to get close to in the beginning and when she becomes a bit more likable the book is winding down. Her sister annoyed me to no end. I liked Lucas. Home from the Army after spending his time in Special Ops he wasn't able to make it home for his stepfather's funeral. His mother who needs a serious time out begs him to track India down and find out why she was in the car with father/husband when he died, she critically injured. Because his father was a wealthy business man, and India a cutting edge magazine editor, artist and designer, their tragedy was splashed all over the media. After India is released from her 4 month long hospital stay, she retreats to Maine to her mothers home only to be dogged yet again by the paps. After a very generous settlement out of court with Lucas's father's insurance company India is given a great deal of money and also a house in Glacier Creek. A house no one has been to in 1o years. Feeling like she can blend in there and keep a low profile, she retreats there off the grid with her mother and sister. India still suffers from some lingering health issues from the accident along with a very large one that looms over her future. Took Lucas a while but he's tracked her down and is determined to find out who India really is and why she was in the car with his step father. If only to shut his mother up. He takes an immediate liking to India. India is still wary of anyone she doesn't know and keeps him at a distance for a while, then the relationship shifts and they grow closer. India has no memory of that night, only nightmares. Lucas without even asking comes to realize that India wasn't what or who his mother thought she was. She was just a bitter angry woman who was more concerned with her public appearance than anything else. Lucas hasn't come clean with India and India hasn't told Lucas about her one spoiler that's she's been left with from the accident. The day they were both going to tell each other their own truths his mother shows up and blows everything out of the water. India doesn't know that Lucas was his stepson. The mother totally blows a gasket at India sending her fleeing, never wanting to see Lucas again. I'm going to leave the story there. Because that's about where it belongs. Lucas was a good man I thought and India a likable soul. There were things that they did in the story that didn't ring right with me,considering her health concern but it's fiction ... again, this book had great potential. It ended too quickly, all nice and tidy complete with bow and that didn't work for me. Did I want a happy ending? Absolutely. We all do. It was just too contrived and quick. Read the book. See what you think. It's not bad, not great. It's just ok. It's a quick and easy read. Good for summer reading. **arc from NetGalley and Tule Publishing for an honest review** All thoughts are my own.