The Secret Son's Homecoming

The Secret Son's Homecoming

by Helen Lacey

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ISBN-13: 9781335465887
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 06/19/2018
Series: The Cedar River Cowboys
Edition description: Original
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 1,258,778
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Helen Lacey grew up reading Black Beauty, Anne of Green Gables and Little House on The Prairie. These childhood classics inspired her to write her first book when she was seven years old, a story about a girl and her horse. She continued to write with the dream of one day being a published author and writing for Harlequin Special Edition is the realization of that dream. She loves creating stories about cowboys and horses and heroine's who get their happily ever after.

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The Secret Son's Homecoming 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
Emotionally powerful! With the latest book in The Cedar River Cowboys series, we get the secret son Jonah's story. I really enjoyed this book, but I feel like to get a real appreciation of the family dynamic behind his existence, it works better to have read the earlier books in the series. You can read it as a stand alone, I'm just not sure you'll realize the hardship that's been suffered by them all in doing so. It's been a great series, and I enjoyed getting Jonah & Connie story. Very emotional and heartfelt! Jonah Rickard has felt like J.D. O'Sullivan's dirty litte secret for the thirty years that he's kept him a secret from his family. Now that the truth has come out and the turmoil the revelation caused in his father's family has started to calm down, Jonah finds himself stuck between his love for his mother and his anger at being put in this position to have to have contact with the father that he feels like rejected him. Connie Bedford works for J.D. and one of Jonah's half brothers, and feels a special allegiance to them because they saved her at a particularly rough time in her life. She really likes Jonah, and she can't deny she's super attracted to him, but how can she consider having anything to do with the man who is constantly bad-mouthing this family that she dearly loves?