A Time for Home

A Time for Home

Book - 2013
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As Nick Jenkins travels from the war zones of Afghanistan to his comrade's hometown, the kinds of wounds he carries with him have little to do with the shrapnel damage to his arm. Burdened with the guilt of failing to save his friend Spence, Nick is nonetheless determined to find a home for the dog that had been Spence's constant companion. Callie Redding, Spence's childhood best friend, was shocked to learn he left her his old Victorian home. She's even more surprised when one of his war buddies shows up with a dog at his side and a heavy weight on his shoulders. As a tribute to their friend's life, Nick agrees to help Callie turn her inheritance into a welcoming bed-and-breakfast for the town of Snowberry Creek. But as they work through their grief together, they also share something far more precious, the belief that love is worth fighting for
Publisher: New York, New York : Signet Eclipse, [2013]
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9780451417718
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 326 pages ; 18 cm.


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Aug 07, 2015

I like to read positive stories about people in the military who have been in horrible action, been wounded or lost comrades then come home to regain their ability to live in peace.


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