Avery is the quintessential Midwestern girl who relocates to San Diego after a nasty divorce. She's done with letting fear (or a man) lead her life. But mysterious Damien has other plans for her heart. Damien's spent the last four years in a downward spiral. But the feisty Avery ignites something in him. Their happiness depends on believing in love more than fears that couAvery is the quintessential Midwestern girl who relocates to San Diego after a nasty divorce. She's done with letting fear (or a man) lead her life. But mysterious Damien has other plans for her heart. Damien's spent the last four years in a downward spiral. But the feisty Avery ignites something in him. Their happiness depends on believing in love more than fears that could destroy everything....
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Finding Home Reviews
RomanticThis is a traditional romance. I'm glad the ending was happy ever after. I'm fifty-five years old and widowed but I'm still waiting on my happy ever after. A good read.
I really enjoyed reading this novel. I liked the story line- moving out and moving on, and I really like the characters- both strong and vulnerable. I'd definitely read more material by Amy O'Neill.I read this book on my Kindle e-reader, which was a birthday present months ago. I was pretty stand-off-ish about it, because I love real books. I think liking the book so much made me like the e-reader a bit more than I had expected :)
This is a free book from the Goodreads First Reads giveaways. This was a love story following Avery Scott and how she fell in love with Damien Focelli when she moved to San Diego, CA. Although the plot was predictable, I found that I could not stop reading this book. The author did a good job with descriptions and dialogue, although my copy of the book did contain a lot of typos.
Predictable and dull. Full of spelling errors, at times I couldn't tell what the sentence was supposed to mean because there were extra words. Far too much detail in the decor of the rooms, I don't care what color the throw pillows are. The characters were not believable at all. It's a good thing I won this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, if I had spent money on it I would have been upset.So, I passed this book along to a friend and she completely LOVED it. She was obsessed with the characters, cried while reading it, and is already reading it a second time. Thought I'd add this to my review cause it's always a good feeling when a book finds a loving home.
Finding Home by Amy O'Neill is a terrific love story. Avery and Damien are both coming from a bad place, lucky to find each other. Add in some half truths and a super creepy stalker, and this book has a recipe for success.
Overall it's a great story in love and about how love oneself. Cute and adorable. If there was man out there like, I'd marry him
It was a nice story but a little too much of the same old, same old for me. If I'm reading a romance, I want it to have more of a twist in the outcome. Unfortunately, this was too predictable.