The last thing Ava Robey needs is a man, especially Ryan Murphy, the officer responsible for her husband's death. She's determined to open Robey's Rewards to support her family and honor her husband, but first she has to win the lease on the only available lease in historic Sunberry. Wouldn't you know, Ryan is her competitor? And she for sure won't be falling for him in the middle of a fierce competition.
Desperate to keep her three teens inside the law, Ava moves to her hometown. Renovating Gram's old farm will keep them out of trouble while she negotiates a lease in the historic district. Just when she thinks she's achieved success, her wayward boys find more trouble. Worse, their rescuer turns out to be the Marine who led her deceased husband on his fatal patrol.
She's not falling for his kindness, his help with her boys, or his help repairing the farm. Besides, he's trying to ease his guilt by helping out the poor widow and her kids. She almost lets down her guard until she learns he's her competitor on the only available lease. Too bad for him because she and her boys are going to kick him to the curb and win that lease.
Five years haven't eased Marine officer Ryan Murphy's guilt about losing the best man in his unit. Now, he's losing his heart to the man's widow. But how does he choose between a comrade and a widow, especially when the family he never believed he could have is right in front of him?
If you like a second chance romance with courageous women willing to risk everything for family, you'll enjoy Becke Turner's award-winning romance HOME TO STAY. Escape to the Sunberry, North Carolina world of romance, pick up your copy of HOME TO STAY, today.
Home to stay
Very interesting keeps you wanting to know what happens next
Home to Stay
I loved the relationships between all the characters!
My only complaint was I couldn’t keep reading more...
I ran out of pages!
Home to Stay
This book was great! Loved it. Loved the characters: the Marine and the widow whose husband had died under his watch. Her four kids were fun and normal. The story about them coming together and accepting each other after working out some problems was realistic, amusing and entertaining. Five stars and more.