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Overview

Son
Brother
Lover

The love of Drew Walker's life left to pursue her dream. He told her to go, forced her to go, knowing that a stripper's daughter would never be able to escape her mother's past. In the wake of her leaving, she left him with a broken heart. A heart that he's held very close to himself for the last ten years.

Daughter
Friend
Attorney

Charity Thomas has worked hard to get out from under the stigma of being the daughter of Jasmine from Wet Wanda's. Ten years away from home gave her the distance to grow a backbone; it also gave her enough time to miss the hell out of Drew.

When Meredith Blackfoot entices her back to Bowling Green to deal with a situation at CRISIS, none of them realize the danger they are in. Home invasions, a woman and daughter running for their lives, and an attempt on Charity's life puts Heaven Hill on alert like they've never been before.

When the smoke clears, the bad guys are caught, and Charity is ultimately in Drew's arms, they can all breathe a sigh of relief. In their hour of need, Charity is finally home.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150927346
Publisher: Laramie Briscoe
Publication date: 10/09/2015
Series: Heaven Hill , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 52,015
File size: 433 KB

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Home Free 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
badkat17us More than 1 year ago
This is the eighth book in the series and they should be read in order. This book focuses on Drew and Charity. 10 years ago Charity left to go to college to become a lawyer. While neither wanted to leave the other they need that she needed to go and do this. Now she is back after a phone call from Meredith asking for help for some people at CRISIS. Drew didn’t know she was coming back and was taken completely by surprise when he saw her. Now that she is back he isn’t going to waste any time or this chance. While things won’t be the same and 10 years have passed he is going to find a way. Charity has come back to help and she too hopes to get a second chance with Drew. Neither one has been celibate in the years that have passed but they are it for each other now they just have to figure out how to make it work. The club is going to help these two women who have come to CRISIS for help however this maybe wind up being bigger than they imagined. Will things turn out okay or will everything fall apart? I think this is my favorite book so far. Second chance loves are one of my favorite type of books. Drew and Charity were so young the first time around but that doesn’t mean that is wasn’t real. You have to love someone an awful lot to let them go and live their dreams and leave you behind. Drew has always been one of my favorite characters in this series. So I was excited to read his story. You also get to read about Mandy and Dalton. Dalton is pissing me off with the way he is treating Mandy in this book. Mandy and Dalton book is next in this series and I can’t wait to read it. I can’t say enough about this series or Laramie Briscoe. I am excited to read some of her other books. I was given this book in return for an honest review.
autryreads More than 1 year ago
Home Free is truly Laramie Briscoe’s best work, I have loved her previous novels in the Heaven Hill series, however this novel brought it to a whole different level. Each one of her characters has had redeeming qualities and factors that make them relatable. The qualities she gave Drew and Charity were so prefect for the novel, I’m not sure anyone could have done a better job. Their pain and suffering from their previous relationship was almost tangible, you felt such loss when they described how they each suffered after parting ways. And to read Drew’s anguish when he finally broke down and let Liam in, it was a scene that will be stuck in my mind for a very long time. Charity and Drew’s connection was felt all through the novel, each one displayed feelings that portrayed them as an actual real life couple working out differences. I really liked the fact that Charity was pushing herself past her limits and comfort zones to help others, and she never really turned her back on her past. She may not be waving a flag announcing where she came from but she never shunned it, she accepted it and owned the fact that she is who she is. Home Free really did focus on Drew and Charity, there were bits and pieces of club members and outside community members that made their appearance as well. But the overall balance between the romance and suspense along with secondary characters versus Drew and Charity, was great. The novel flowed very smoothly, I honestly could have read it again and again and found something new each time. It draws the reader in, holds their interest and kept a fast pace throughout the novel; but never did I get the feeling of it being rushed. Home Free is a fantastic novel, if you’re wanting to read an author best work (thus far), I beg you go pick up a copy and read it. I cannot recommend this novel enough. Great work J
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book as i have all of them in this series.