Set in the inner and outer banks of North Carolina, these stories take the reader back in time to the late 1960’s and 1970’s. The characters struggle with the impact of war, changing times and roles for women, and of course, love. Home Again is a novella, and the others are novels. Though some readers love to tackle a series from beginning to end, this group can be read as standalones in any order.
“… Home Again ticks every box for the ingredients you need to make even the most stony-hearted of readers root for the main characters… The heat level of their intimacy is appropriate to the serious undertones of the sacrifices of war and Kathleen Shoop’s beautifully crafted words only enhance the reading experience… Overall, this was an extremely satisfying read with heart, depth and masterful storytelling.” — K.C. Fin–Readers’ Favorite
“This novella (Home Again) is a heart-warming story of love and healing.”
— Mamta Madhavan–Readers’ Favorite
“So. Good. Sad crying. Happy crying. This one has it all!”
— Becky on Books… And Quilts
“Kathleen Shoop has done it again with Return to Love… This is a profound and emotional book that is an excellent follow-up to Home Again. Return to Love will run you through a wringer of emotions and answer the deeper questions about the durability of love.”
— Bil Howard– Readers’ Favorite