He’s haunted by one mistake...
Kane Highwater has been on the run for over a dozen years, since he was sixteen. And every step of the way he's carried the weight of what happened the day he left Last Stand. He'd reacted in fear and anger, and it had cost him everything.
He stirs her heart in a way she never imagined...
Lark Leclair admires the Highwater clan for many things, including how they've never stopped searching for their missing brother. As a former Child Protective Services worker, she understands better than most why he'd run. But when she spots Kane in a crowd at a national reining competition where her friend — his sister — is competing, it will take all of her experience, compassion and instincts to convince him to stay.
Their attraction is immediate, but Kane is certain he can never regain his place in his legendary family. Can Lark convince him that with her by his side, it's not too late for a fresh start?
Home at last
Finally the book I’ve been waiting for in this series. Kane Highwater finally returns home after all these years with Lark by his side to help him conquer his demons. Kane is such a deep character with a lot of demons he must face and wounds to heal. I really loved the character because he had such incredible strength and such growth. This entire series is incredible and I’m quite attached to the Highwater family, I definitely recommend reading it and the mystery that is Kane Highwater has you anxiously reading through to get the new pieces to the mystery throughout each of his siblings’ stories. The conclusion is perfect and beautifully written
Myriad of emotions to be experienced
Justine Davis’ fifth book in the Lone Star Justice series, Lone Star Homecoming, was the perfect culmination of all the books in the series. With a plethora of heart warming, breaking, and sighing moments this definitely is a story I would term as a page turner. Kane and Lark’s story is truly one that literally brought me to tears on one page, and then had me chuckling on the very next...there are a myriad of emotions to be experienced within this story, and is one I can see myself reading time and again.
This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.