About the book
One year after her husband is killed in action, Julie Ellis is back in her hometown and focused on raising her young son. Then Reagan Harrison bursts into her life—a cocky, charming linebacker who leaves her off balance.
As a successful, professional athlete, Reagan believes he has it all. But after meeting Julie, he finds every excuse in the book to spend time with her. Despite his best efforts not to fall too hard, Reagan envisions a future with Julie, along with the little boy he’s come to love as his own.
While Reagan’s protective love begins to mend Julie’s spirit, she can’t suppress her continued deep devotion to her late husband’s memory. And when a letter arrives from beyond the grave, Reagan resolves to provide her with the answers she desperately needs to heal. Now Julie must choose either to keep her heart closed off or remove the lock and fight for a future with Reagan. Can a second chance at true love be just as sweet?
What others are saying
And I thought
A sweet and heartwarming romance. This story will have you shedding a tear or two; while you sigh and then smile almost all at the same time.
The characters are real. This reader was immediately drawn to Julie and her plight. The sadness of loosing her husband and being left with a young son tears at your heart strings.
But in steps Reagan. An athlete that you don't expect to put his
bacheloring/womanizing days behind him. Julie isn't his type.
He's not so in to women with children.
Once Reagan meets Julie he is a changed man when real romance and real love unexpectedly happens.
Home Field is a real romance. It is a touching story that will have you turning the pages and leaving the rest of your world behind.
If your a fan of a good sweet romance you'll enjoy this one.
I am looking forward to reading True Horizon.
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