Nineteen-year-old Georgia survived four years of forced prostitution and drug addiction by clinging to the false hope that her brothers—unaware of her existence—would one day rescue her. The last thing Blackie, Judd, and Rebel McCassey expect to discover when they catch a young girl loitering in front of their garage, is that she's their younger, half-sister. Immediately, they want to help Georgia overcome her addiction and bring her into the family fold, despite her adamancy that she isn't good enough to be a McCassey. Used to handling things their own way, the brothers soon realize that this time, they can't fix things by throwing powerful right hooks, firing semi-automatic weapons, or simply saying, 'no worries'. This time, they need an outsider's help. But Georgia's skeptical, and doubt consumes her as her strength and confidence falter. Georgia knows her brothers will fight for her...but will she fight for herself?
|Publisher:||Whiskey Creek Press|
|Sold by:||SIMON & SCHUSTER|
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Georgia Virginia McCassey just wants to peek at her brothers Blackie, Rebel, and Judd McCassey before she heads to California. Georgia is also heroin addict that desperately needs help. When Blackie, Judd, and Rebel confront Georgia each of them is stunned to learn that she's their sister. None of them know how to help Georgia because this time the problems that Georgia faces can't be taken care of with fists and guns. Will Georgia get clean? Will The McCassey brothers accept Georgia? Your answers await you in The Long Road Home. I really love this series. The characters are honest, down to earth, real, and compelling. Each of those same qualities apply to the storytelling as well. I will definitely continue reading more of this author's work in the future.