Their love story begins with a New Year's Kiss.
Liz remembers the day Dirk Mullins appeared on her doorstep. Her family's life has never been the same.
Now Liz and Dirk have grown into responsible adults. Dirk moved away for a job on the oil field.
Liz is a single mother of a ten-year-old boy. Between her son's athletic schedule and working two jobs, she doesn't have much time for a social life. Then Dirk moved back to Three Creeks. His congenial personality and tenacious temperament make it hard to resist doing whatever it is he suggests. Even if he is five years younger than her.
Dirk has his eyes set on one thing. The muse to his shenanigans—the woman he's had a crush on since jr. high—Liz Harper. He knows she needs a responsible man in her life and he's spent years trying to be it. He has every box on his list of what Liz needs checked. For good measure, he formed an alliance with Liz's brother and her son.
Getting her to buy into his greatest idea ever should be a piece of cake. Then again, even the best-laid plans have their hidden pitfalls.
Home Is Where The Heart Is will deliver a sweet touch when Liz and Dirk learn the true meaning of family.
What a great read this was. The characters are great and engaging and the storyline kept me entertained throughout the pages.
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This is my voluntary review of a copy I received from Booksprout.
Childhood friends don't see that their childhood home life influences the way they approach issues differently and how the other interprets their actions.
Luckily, they have their friends to prod them in the right direction and their small town neighbors giving them advice.