HOME PORT-4 OF WANDS
Romance/Contemporary Romance/Tarot Series
Rating: 3 cups
Anna Alden is a thirty-one year old single mother with a teenage son. She had her son when she was fifteen and has never forgotten, nor gotten over, his father. Thinking that he wants nothing to do with her, she has stayed away, pouring all her love instead into her son.
Mitchell Colton spends most of his time out at sea, avoiding the woman who he still loves because he thinks she wants nothing to do with him. He has never really forgotten her, but has learned to live with the loss.
When Anna’s son Jason is cleaning out the attic he finds Anna’s diary and reads it. It is then he becomes angry with the nameless man who is his father and demands to know his name. Little does Jason know that his delving into the past will reveal secrets that even his parents do not know. Will bringing those secrets to life make it possible for Anna and Mitchell to come together again, or will the sins of the past drive them apart forever?
Home Port is a heartwarming story of two people finding each other again after many years. I enjoyed reading about Anna and Jason’s close relationship, and the way in which they respond to each other. Mitchell and his reactions to Jason when he first meets him is humorous. Anna and Mitchell’s feelings of aloneness are well portrayed. While the resolution stretched credibility a bit, I still found this story enjoyable. A secret family feud, scheming parents, and deception are all par for the course in this delightful novel of homecoming.
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