No Direction Home

No Direction Home

by Jude Willhoff

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Overview

No Direction Home is about a woman who has lost everything that matters, an orphaned thirteen-year-old boy nobody wants and a charming ex-con.



Grace Sanders lost her health to a debilitating disease and her husband to another woman. Experimental surgery gave her back her health, but couldn't repair her heart. Only time will heal the damage left behind by an unfaithful man so Grace throws herself into a new project to save her trusting grandmother from being preyed on by a charming ex-con.



Convicted of a crime he didn't commit, Seth Taylor lost everything that mattered to him, years with his daughter and the belief he'll never love again. Released from prison, he finds a job as a ranch foreman at the Cactus Rose Ranch in Cedar Falls, Colorado. His widowed boss refuses to let growing old destroy her dreams for her granddaughter and she believes in second chances.



Second chances are what both Grace and Seth need to create their own Sweet Home Colorado.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781941528501
Publisher: Parker Hayden Media
Publication date: 11/15/2013
Series: Sweet Home Colorado , #1
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.56(d)

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No Direction Home 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Joey442 More than 1 year ago
This story starts out with Grace going home to her Nana in Colorado after suffering with chronic pain from a disease to her spine. Her illness was the reason she lost her husband too. Surgery allowed her to control the pain and live a fairly normal life so when she found out her grandmother had hired a ranch foreman who was an ex-con, she headed home to protect her from being taken advantage of by the man. Once she got to know the foreman, Seth, she saw he wasn't the man she had imagined him to be but was very good at his job as well as kind and considerate of Nana. Seeing him with his young daughter, Jamie, confirmed that he was a good man. I felt so sorry for Grace in the beginning. Living with such a debilitating disease then losing her husband had to have been hard. But losing him was probably not a bad thing because he didn't support her while she was ill and actually cheated on her. This wasn't just an entertaining story but and educational one too. We learn a lot about the rare disease Grace had. I liked Seth. He was a very good man and a wonderful father. Jamie was so cute that I couldn't help but love her. Once Grace got over her distrust of everyone she was a likable person too. All in all, I liked this story with it's HEA.