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Clare writes inspirational romance, usually of a suspenseful nature. Her books are available through her publisher Pelican Book Group and Amazon. She is married with three kids and lives in the UK. She loves watching sci-fi, crime drama, cross stitching, reading and baking.

Thursday, 11 October 2012

New release and review - The Homecoming of Reece Flynn by Mallary Mitchell

The Homecoming of Reece Flynn

The Homecoming of Reece Flynn

The Homecoming of Reece Flynn
Having escaped from a bad marriage Molly has no plans to venture back into the dating world. But when Reece Flynn drives through her father’s church—literally, that is—he crashes into her life like no other man ever has. It’s crazy to think a man like Reece would be interested in a woman like her, but why would God allow her to meet him if Reece wasn’t meant for her?
With his singing career in shambles, Reece Flynn relocates to Piney Mountain, North Carolina where he’s assigned a long hitch of community service. Reece is restless, always searching, but no matter what he gets, it’s not enough. He hopes to find some peace and quiet in Piney Mountain, but instead he finds Molly Harmon. Could what he feels be love?

You know how sometimes a line from a book lingers long after the last page has closed? This is one of those books."My pop used to say that one all the time when I would complain about something. He’d say all things work together, not all good things, but the good, the bad, the plain out terrible, work together and the sum total is good." Reece Flynn

The Homecoming of Reece Flynn is the second of Ms. Mitchell's books I have read and I wasn't disappointed in the slightest. From Reece's first appearance in court and the hilarious way he argues with the judge, to the tear jerking parts later on, and the intrigue of the plot, this book has all the right ingredients to keep you glued to the pages. I read it in one go, staying up way too late to finish it. The characters come to life in such a vivid way, even the secondary characters, I found myself wanting to tell one of them off for being rude.

Definitely a kindle keeper and one to curl up with on a chilly autumn evening.

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Mallary Mitchell fell in love with writing at age ten. Two years later she became hooked on romance while staying with her grandmother who always had a big stash of “happily-ever-afters”. When not writing, she spends time with her children who also share her love of writing.

1 comment:

Donna B said...

Ooh, sounds like a great story!