THE HOMECOMING
by Dan Walsh

June 2010
ISBN: 978-0-8007-3389-6
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Shawn Collin just wants to be with his son and grieve his loss of his beloved wife, but the United States has other plans for him, the powers that be want him to be on tour and peddle war bonds. Katherine Townsend agrees to be the child's nanny while Shawn is away. She loves his son just like he was her own, and will keep him safe and protected.


While they both agree this is a professional relationship, they do have feelings for one other, Katherine more so than Shawn, she is determine to keep her feelings for Shawn deep down inside so there will not be talk by the local busy bodies. This is one of the hardest things she ever had to do; even harder than when she was a Child Service representative.


Shawn is surrounded by all types of beautiful women but they hold no interest for him, while his heart is mending his feelings start to change where Katherine is concerned, he is torn between his love for his dead wife and his growing love for Katherine, who make a wonderful wife and mother.


I have read a few of Mr. Walsh's book and have found them to be wonderfully written by a talented writer including the part of the love story, I was a little lost as I did not realize this is a sequel to the book, The Unfinished Gift, but it kept my interest until the end. Readers who read the The Unfinished Gift, will find The Homecoming a wonderful sequel to have on their keeper shelf.


Reviewed in May 2011 by Pat.

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