Finding Home

Finding Home

by Denise Grover Swank, Christine Gael

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Anna Sullivan has spent the last thirty years traveling solo around the world as a nature photographer and she's loved every minute of it. But suddenly, the nights seem long and lonely, and she looks forward to her trips away from Bluebird, Maine and her sisters, Cee-cee and Steph, less and less. When a cruel twist of fate brings her back home, Anna reevaluates everything in her life. Can she find happiness in the hometown she's spent a lifetime running away from?

This is the second book in the heartwarming Bluebird Bay series, preceded by Finding Tomorrow, but can also be read as a stand-alone

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161243572
Publisher: New Beginnings Press
Publication date: 08/27/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 402
File size: 507 KB

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Finding Home 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
NJReader16 27 days ago
What an incredible follow-up to Finding Tomorrow! Finding Home delves deeper into the lives of the Sullivan sisters, three strong middle-aged women who are faced with a multitude of challenges as they are finding their lives changing. Life can throw you some curveballs and Anna, Celia, and Stephanie face their fair share of them in this book. I love the dynamics of the people of Bluebird Bay. There are a lot of interwoven storylines to follow but they are well balanced and wonderfully written. As a middle-aged woman myself, I could relate to many of the situations within the book. One, in particular, hit very close to home and was a bit hard to read. I find this to be a good thing because it shows that the characters are likable and relatable. This is not a fluff book. There are a lot of strong emotions, hard situations, lovely relationships, some challenging people, tears, smiles, anger, and joy. Perfectly perfect. You can read this as a stand-alone but do yourself a favor and start with Finding Tomorrow, then read this beauty, then join us all as we wait patiently for Finding Peace, which will be out later this year.
BBarber 27 days ago
This story grows in so many ways. I love Anna. She sure did give us a scare. The dept of feelings you have for each person is amazing. I want to be apart of this family. I am sometimes this family. I really want to see the cupcake show and all the designs Cee-Cee came up with. I love a good baking show. Cupcake being at the top. I like that Cee-Cee has started living for her. It's hard to do. I can't wait for Stephanie 's story to unfold. I think she is going to be the one felt the hardest. I am counting down the days till December
brittanyh001 25 days ago
I am so loving these Bluebird Bay novels! The second book of this wonderful series features Anna Sullivan, the youngest of the Sullivan sisters. Anna is a bit of a nomadic photographer, traveling around the world on assignments. An unfortunate accident brings her back home to her sisters in Maine, where she discovers what’s really important in life. Finding Home is such an emotional, real life story that is beautifully written by the authors. I cannot wait for the next book to continue following this families journey of self discovery!
Anonymous 25 days ago
The second book in the Bluebird Bay series, Finding Home, was just as amazing as the first book! This book will make you laugh and it’ll make you cry, or at least it made me cry, and that’s what I love about it. Books that tug at your emotions are my favorite kind and I feel like it shows how well written Finding Home is. This is written by two authors but just like the first book, it flows so perfectly you can’t tell who wrote which lines or section. I love the characters and their sister bond is just amazing and what I hope my sister and I continue to have in the future. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series even though it was a perfect stand alone book as well. I’m just not done learning about these wonderful ladies yet.
Anonymous 26 days ago
I love these sisters...their stories, their growth, their bond. Anna's journey in Finding Home made me laugh and cry and even proud of her. I did feel there could've been more of just her story as sometimes it felt she was just a secondary character again to CeCe instead of the primary character. Either way I enjoyed this book & cant wait for Book 3.
Born2Read 26 days ago
WOW!! What an amazing, heartwarming, funny and emotional book. I haven't cried that much over a book in a while! I seriously cried throughout for various reasons, sad and happy, but so worth the tears. The authors just pull you right into the story and it touches something deep within. The issues the characters face in this book are real life issues that people face every day. I love that it realistically portrays the dynamics of a family, but that they are there for each other no matter what. If you haven't started this series, pick up Finding Tomorrow (the first book in the series) and Finding Home now. I’m looking forward to the next book in a few months. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book.
ByeFelicia 26 days ago
Love this new series by one of my favorite authors. I related so much to these three sisters. The bond that holds them together is deep and strong. Yes they have their moments as all siblings do. But life’s complications are bent on testing that strength. Denise and Christine really knock it out of the park with this series. If you’re looking for a feel good read that touches your soul, this is the series for you!
Neek67 27 days ago
Finding Home is the continuation story of not one sister in particular but all three and their families from book one, Finding Tomorrow. From that novel we know that Celia is the eldest who has opened her own bakery cupcake store. Stephanie is recently widowed and has been a vet for many years and bringing up the rear and by no means the weakest, is Anna who is a renowned wild life photographer. These books are told in the third persons perspective and we get a full feel of what is happening in Bluebird Bay. In this edition we have Stephanie still searching for answers to the mystery piece of paper left in her husbands coat pocket before he passed away. Celia has all her attention on her bakery and entering a competition and Anna has a lot of issues to sort through, one of them being a sexy tow truck driver. After a shock announcement, each sister questions themselves about being on the right path to achieve happiness for each of them. I love this family. All three sisters are supportive and loyal to each other and their brood. Their father gives them some concerns with his dementia but he is still feisty. This series has a very authentic feel to it with the trials and tribulations they go through and how they overcome situations. I’m looking forward to book three, Finding Peace that comes out later this year.
Anonymous 30 days ago
Bluebird Bay is quickly becoming one of my favorite destinations. Finding Home touches on many real life women's issues in a deeply satisfying manner. While this installment is mostly Anna's story, I thoroughly enjoyed that the story is told through the perspectives of all the Sullivan sisters. Anna returns home nursing an injury and feels unsettled. She isn't known for being a homebody but she's stuck in Bluebird Bay for the time being. And things in Bluebird Bay have changed. Her sister Stephanie has taken on the responsibility of caring for their father, and with her injury Anna can't really help. Her sister, Cee-cee, is busy with her cupcake shop and an upcoming contest, leaving Anna feeling a little neglected and restless. These characters have both heart and flaws. You cannot help but love them as they navigate the murky waters of family relationships. If you enjoy reading women's fiction with strong female characters and relationships then you don't want to miss this story!