Thursday, November 26, 2009

REVIEW: Honey, I'm Home by Linda Windsor

Linda Windsor’s “Honey, I’m Home” is the touching, tender story of a couple separated first by a pending divorce, then, by the husband’s untimely death in a volatile country. Before signing the divorce papers, Nick Egan takes a journalism assignment that cost him his life. Kathryn moved on with her life, raising her boys as a single parent. After 6 ½ years, when the doorbell rings on one of the biggest professional evenings of Kathryn’s life, Nick stands on the stoop and sends his wife’s world into a tailspin.

Will they move forward with the divorce? Or can Nick convince Kathryn that he is a different man, and he’d like to make up for lost time, hurt feelings, and win her heart all over again? This is a wonderfully romantic tale that will bring several smiles to your face.

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