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Mar 14

Review: Turning Home by Stephanie Nelson

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My Review: 

Girls always seem to want to fall for the “bad boy”. What if the bad boy was just waiting for the right woman to appear in their life?

Dylan and Brooke live in an Southern small town. With all small towns, everyone knows everyone. Unfortunately they also know your business whether you want them to or not.

Dylan and Brooke appear to be polar opposites. Brooke grows up on the rich side of town. Everything is planned out for her life for her already. Does being rich mean you are obviously happy? Dylan grew up on the “wrong” side of the tracks. His parents had to scrimp and save for everything they have. They had dreams for more but they just didn’t come from that kind of background.

The idea of Dylan and Brooke being together seriously is not something that is suppose to happen. The two worlds are not suppose to mix. There is a secret that can ruin them before they even started.

Which would you pick? Love or Money? I can’t wait for book 2.

This is not the first book I’ve read from this author. Once you read one book of hers, you know not to plan anything while reading her work. It’s just that good and page turning. You don’t want to put it down. I now have a book hangover.

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

1 comment

  1. Danelle

    Stephanie sounds like she is a riveting author. I like how the plot is one of those “old-age” bad boy/girl falls for good girl/boy scenario.

    I remember having those kinds of moments when I was younger. Always wanting what you are told you can’t have-It’s like giving someone a package that they can’t open, which becomes almost an obsession.

    I would always side with love, if given the choice. Even if I needed the money-money never lasts. But love can last forever and you will reap rewards until the end of time, if you found the right person.

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