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War correspondent Leo Ericson returns to his hometown of Bluestone Lake, Minnesota, when his parents notify him his young son is having trouble fitting in at school. Leo doesn’t know how to be a single parent since the death of his wife, and he certainly has no desire to return to Bluestone. But he needs a place for his son, a place where he’ll be with family, while Leo does his job. He’ll stay long enough to get Max settled, then go back to work.

School counselor Trinity Madison watches Leo struggle with his son, trying to overcome the mental barricade she’s erected against the man who sent his son away when he’s perfectly capable of caring for the child. The situation brings about her own unsettled feelings about giving her child up for adoption when she was young. But as she observes Leo’s difficulties, his sacrifices, she softens toward the man.

While he’s in town, he ends up working with some old friends and Trinity on a committee to revitalize Bluestone. The former resort town is struggling and looking for ways to bring tourists back. Leo finds himself charmed, then smitten with the feisty counselor, but will he still love her when he learns her secret?

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Bluestone Homecoming
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Bluestone Homecoming
September 23rd, 2015
An adrenaline junkie reporter finds himself back home trying to fix his broken hearted son. Can he settle down once he finds a woman to love? While not a typical love story it is one that you can relate to if you have ever lived in a small town.
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Bluestone Homecoming
December 25th, 2014
Perfect, enough romance without it being sickly. Characters stay true to form. Enough drama for reader to be able to relate to. Happy ending with another book in sight... Perfect
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June 20th, 2014
It was cute story, Trinty parents were unforgiving Bible toting people. How can you be a man of God and not forgive and forget. If I was the writer, I would have killed them off, but not before they forgave her.There were a number of misspelled words and such. . . But it was a nice break from the suspense novels I have been reading. I would like to know more about the little girl that she gave up for adoption.
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Bluestone Homecoming
April 22nd, 2014
Pretty good. Can't wait to read more.
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