Finding His Way Home by J.P. Oliver

This is gripping, intriguing and romantic. Joshua just graduated from college, so he decides to go to Bennett Wood to look for the people a dna test said were his relatives. Jay is going to Bennett Wood to finally go through his deceased moms belongings and sell her house. They meet when both stopped at the diner to eat after both had been driving for hours. There's a spark between them and they decide to spend the night together, knowing that they're both leaving town soon. But there's more than a spark, Joshua gets unsettling news and Jay has doubts about selling the house. The shock of who his father is took me by surprise, so did his family's reaction. It's a great first book, and I can't wait to read the rest.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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