Going Home

Going Home

by Harriet Evans
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Going Home by Harriet Evans

They say love feels like going home . . .
but what if your home is no longer there?

Leaving her tiny flat in London — and a whole host of headaches behind — Lizzy Walter is making the familiar journey back home to spend Christmas with her chaotic but big-hear ted family. In an ever-changing world, her parents' country home, Keeper House, is the one constant. But behind the mistletoe and mince pies, family secrets and rivalries lurk. And when David, the Love of Her Life — or so she thought — makes an unexpected reappearance, this one ranks as a Christmas she would definitely rather forget.

As winter slowly turns to spring, all the things that Lizzy has taken for granted begin to shift. Keeper House is in jeopardy and might have to be sold for reasons Lizzy doesn't understand. Her family seems fractured like never before. And, with a new man in her life, she may finally have to kiss her dream of a reunion with David good-bye. By the time the Walters gather at Keeper House for a summer wedding, the stakes have never been higher — for Lizzy, for her family, and for love.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416503958
Publisher: Downtown Press
Publication date: 10/10/2006
Edition description: Original
Pages: 448
Sales rank: 855,709
Product dimensions: 5.31(w) x 8.25(h) x 1.12(d)

About the Author

Harriet Evans is the internationally bestselling author of Going Home, A Hopeless Romantic, The Love of Her Life, I Remember You, Love Always, Happily Ever After, Not Without You, and A Place for Us. She lives in London. Visit her website at Harriet-Evans.com.

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Going Home 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
EmberA More than 1 year ago
I bought this book at a used book store. I liked the cover and thought I would give it a try. I really enjoyed it. It kept my interest. It had a great story line with good characters. If you are looking for a good easy read this is for you. It doesn't overdose on the drama.
JessNN More than 1 year ago
I picked this book randomly one day when I was shopping and fell in love with it. It has become one of my favorite books very quickly. The only thing that bothers me is that the story could have been done in five seconds if only the family talked to each other or Lizzy had just asked David about what she had heard. I just had to realize that its true, people are like that. Despite that great read! Ive read it twice in the last 3 months. :)
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harstan More than 1 year ago
When London becomes to overbearing or her troubles overwhelming, sensitive Lizzy Walters enjoys the respite of her rustic home Keeper House where her family has always been welcoming. Lizzy needs the warmth and hugs of her kin after she has lost her ¿big love¿ so she plans to go back as soon as she can escape from the hustle and bustle of London.--------------- However, this time Keeper House seems more foreboding than hospitable as family secrets begin to surface that shake Lizzy. Even more shocking and making Lizzy feel dizzy, he who abandoned her has arrived at her haven. She is not sure she wants to deal with him as his arrival and her family¿s behavior since her return make GOING HOME seem a mistake.------------------ This is an interesting English character study starring a fascinating female who decides a bit of family love is just the cure for her broken heart, but instead receives a horde of woes tossed like grenades from those she expected comfort from. The absorbing story line is somewhat amusing as the Walters seem harmlessly eccentric, but throughout readers will wonder why there is the lack of communication from anyone with Lizzy neither her family members nor her ¿big love¿ who dumped her appear able to simply talk to Lizzy though this reviewer is not sure whey. Still she is an intriguing protagonist struggling with the down side of love.------------- Harriet Klausner