Coming Back Home (Harrington Hills #3) by Megan Linden
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M_M, Paranormal, Romance, Adult
He thought his mate would never come back. He was wrong. Jack Harrington told everyone who asked that he’d gotten over Connor a long time ago. And while he still hasn’t managed to convince himself, he moves on with his life. He doesn’t have a choice. Connor is gone for good. Or is he? Connor Warden didn’t plan to ever come back to Harrington Hills, but with an infant in tow, that is exactly what he does. His daughter needs a pack and he is going to give it to her. When Jack and Connor’s lives literally collide again, will they be able to go back to what had been and find their connection once more? Or is the divide between them too deep to ever fully get over? Publisher's Note: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
4 out of 5 (very good)
Coming Back Home is Jack's story, his and Connor's. Connor was always an outsider with the Pack, whilst Jack is the Alpha and Beta's son. They had a 'thing' going on, so it broke Jack when Connor left. He has been trying to deal with the pain, and thinks he has been succeeding, until Connor crashes back into his life. This time, he also has a little baby with him. Jack is overwhelmed by these new events and so tries to hide himself away.
This is a wonderful story told by Megan Linden. It is well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow. The flow is smooth and well paced. It is a brilliant bonus to the Harrington Homes series, and I definitely recommend it.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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Megan has dreamed of being a writer since she’d been a little kid, but didn’t write all that much until she discovered HP fandom as a teenager. After many years and quite a few fandom shifts, she decided to try writing her own characters in her own stories. And that’s where she is today..
When she’s not writing, Megan works as a psychologist and continues to learn the hard way that a happy ending is not a given. That’s why she makes sure to give it to her characters, always.
She loves good TV shows, books, fanworks, and pizza (not necessarily in that order). But there’s nothing like getting messages from readers who enjoy her stories, so feel free to contact her.
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