Sunday, November 27, 2016

Coming Home by Rebecca Barber REVIEW

 Running away was Zoe Sinclair’s answer to her problems…
Zoe has missed too much since she fled home ten years ago. Now it is finally time to go back. And with her friend’s birthday party days away, it is the perfect opportunity. On her way into town, her car breaks down, and then she’s attacked and left for dead among the dirt and dust on the roadside.
Spencer McLaren never left home, but his heart did. In the same moment Zoe fled…
Spencer had always been in Zoe’s life. Every time she’d needed him, he’d been there, arms open wide. When he spots a broken and battered Zoe stumbling along the side of the road, he can’t help but swoop in and rescue her. He rushes her to the hospital, but when she’s released, he can’t seem to let her go. Not again.
Physically, Zoe feels fine. Emotionally, her head and her heart are a disaster…
Spencer takes Zoe into his home and assigns himself the task of guardian and nurse. But her return puts strain on Spencer’s relationship with his brother, who isn’t happy to see Spencer falling for the girl who broke his heart again. Zoe knows she should leave, but her attacker is still out there, and being with Spencer is the only place she feels safe. She wants to make up for the pain she caused him in the past, but the attack has left her so broken and scared.
Despite Zoe’s hesitations and constant battle to keep her emotions in check, Spencer is determined to keep her safe and make her never regret finally…
Coming Home.


This was a good book. There were things I didn't like and things I did. It was an interesting read with lots of twists. But for me there was things missing to make the story whole. Such as why did she leave. I would have liked to get that bit of info. I think it would have added more to the story.
It is unpredictable, intriguing and a bit heartbreaking.. I would read book 2 after this one.


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