Coming home By B.L Mooney

*I was given a copy of this book in return for a honest review*

Book about:

Rebecca Shultz has always known she was adopted. She couldn’t have chosen better parents than the ones that chose her. They’ve always made her feel loved and she’s never wanted for anything—except knowing why she was given up in the first place. Until she finds those answers, Rebecca feels as though she’s stuck in her past.
In the hopes of finding those answers, she accepts a job hundreds of miles away from the only home she’s ever known. However, not everyone is happy about her arrival. Someone wants her to give up the search and go back to her small town.
What Rebecca didn’t expect to find was Ryan Thomas. No one understands the attractive ad executive the way Rebecca does. He would rather spend his free time playing baseball with the kids in the same group home where he once lived than spend it with anyone that wants to take him away from there. Rebecca understands that these kids deserve a chance. Will Ryan be able to convince her to take one with him?

I have to say this book started out really slow. You would think you were reading about someone you knew life. I have to say that I really have a lot of resect for Rebecca when most people would have given up. She had stayed strong and continue to fight to find her birth parents. When the truth came out I thought she would have handle it better then she did. It will take time. The part that upset me the most was you had read about her and the battles she goes thru to find them. That’s when the book ends. I would have love to be able to how it turns out with 2 mom and 2 dads. I hope that there others who will agree with me and then maybe there will be a second book.


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