Home Sweet Home by T.A. Chase
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Somehow, this one did nothing for me, I could not connect.
This is book five of the Home Series.
Home is sweetest when it’s the one person you can’t live without.
In Home Sweet Home by T.A. Chase, Yancey MacCafferty and Juan Romanos fell in love when they were in their teens, but their families convinced them both to follow their dreams and explore the world before committing to each other.
Their dreams take them in different directions. Yancey heads off to veterinarian school while Juan goes East to ride show horses. They stay in touch, and see each other as often as they can, but slowly they begin to drift apart.
Until Yancey graduates from college and decides it’s time to claim Juan as his. He gets a job working at a clinic near where Juan trains and rides. They spend as much time together as their work allows, finding out that while they may still love each other, meshing their lives together will take a lot more work.
What went wrong for me...
Of course, it was nice reading what finally happened to Yancy and Juan. It was nice reading about what happened to the rest of the guys. It was even nice reading about Edward and I honestly was leaning more towards what was happening with this guy.
So what happened with Home Sweet Home?
I have no idea.
I just could not connect. For lack of a better word, there was no "oomph" and even the HEA did not leave me smiling.
Don't get me wrong. It is a nice story. It has all the right things in it. But there was just no "oomph."
Reader Advisory: This book is part of a series and is best read in sequence.
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