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Home Again is book by N.a, publish by Ballantine Books with 448 pages. You can read book online free by subscribe to Kindle Unlimited or direct download from the alternative source.
  • Author : N.a
  • Publisher : Ballantine Books
  • Isbn : : 0345490924
  • Pages : 448
  • Category : Fiction

“A tender, beautifully told story of emotional growth, forgiveness [and] the possibility of miracles.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) Madelaine Hillyard is a brilliant cardiologist at the top of her game. A loving but overworked single mom, she is constantly at odds with her confused and angry daughter, Lina, a teenage rebel desperate to find the father she has never known. He is Angel DeMarco, now a cynical, world-famous movie star, living a shallow, glittering life. When tragedy brings them all together, and Angel’s damaged heart needs healing, Madelaine must face the betrayals of the past and find the courage to love again. Praise for Home Again “[A] memorable story of love and redemption.”—Library Journal “Powerful, thought-provoking and emotionally complex.”—RT Book Reviews

Going Home Again

Book of Going Home Again
  • Author : Dennis Bock
  • Publisher : Harper Collins
  • Isbn : : 1443420476
  • Pages : 200
  • Category : Fiction

When Charlie Bellerose reunites with his flamboyant brother Nate, after two decades apart, their youthful rivalry seems forgotten. Drawn together again by their failed marriages, trying to survive in a world of long-distance parenting and hopeful reunions, they begin to imagine that they can be a new family of sorts. But Charlie’s chance encounter with his first love, Holly, now happily married, unravels his past and complicates his present, plunging him back to his bittersweet college days in Montreal and the fate of his best friend Miles, and forward into Nate’s dangerous attraction to Holly’s sixteen-year-old daughter, Riley. Yet even Charlie, with all he now knows about his brother, cannot foresee the violence to come. A novel about the mysteries of the human heart, Going Home Again is rich with the exquisite tensions between men and women as they fall in and out of love.

Home Again

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  • Author : Fr. John Henry Hanson
  • Publisher : Scepter Publishers
  • Isbn : : 1594173729
  • Pages : 144
  • Category : Religion

Behold, I make all things new. Revelation 21:5 It does us all good to refresh, renew, and rediscover what it means to be human, to be a child of God. In Fr. John Henry’s latest book, he desires to lead you “home” through a prayerful revitalization of your faith in God’s plan for you—your story—by recalling its incredible beauty and depth. He reminds you that your identity as a Christian is strengthened through the sacraments—gifts of the Church that accompany and enrich you through life. “…if people are still people, and the world operates according to all the patterns Ecclesiastes says it does, with sunrise and sunset, rivers flowing to the sea, and the birth and death of all living things (cf. Eccl 1, 3), we should look deeper for an inner renewal caused by grace. Change without grace, renovation without interior renewal, is spiritually worthless. The thing remodeled, so to speak, remains what it always was. The most important kind of regeneration isn’t outward or skin-deep but takes places in the hidden depths of the soul.” Allow yourself to be reminded that God is a lover whose very desires for you will lead you directly to fulfillment and everlasting joy. The author hopes for you to live the resounding cry: “My story must flow from him,and return to him.”

When I Come Home Again

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  • Author : Caroline Scott
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Isbn : : 1471183785
  • Pages : 400
  • Category : Fiction

‘A page-turning literary gem’ THE TIMES, BEST BOOKS OF 2020 From the highly acclaimed author of The Photographer of the Lost, a BBC Radio 2 Book Club Pick, comes a beautiful and compelling story based on true events, perfect for fans of Maggie O'Farrell and Helen Dunmore. One Great War soldier with no memory. Three women who claim him as their own. 1918. A soldier is arrested in Durham Cathedral in the last week of the First World War, but he has no memory of who he is or how he came to be there. He is given the name Adam and transferred to a rehabilitation institution in the Lake District where Doctor James Haworth is determined to uncover his identity. But, unwilling to relive the trauma of war, Adam has locked his memory away, seemingly for good. Then a newspaper publishes a feature about Adam, and three women come forward, each claiming that he is someone she lost in the war. But without memory, how do you know who to believe? Based on true events, When I Come Home Again is a beautiful and compelling story about love, loss and longing in the aftermath of war, perfect for fans of Maggie O'Farrell and Helen Dunmore. Praise for When I Come Home Again: ‘A superb and quietly devastating novel’ The Times, Book of the Month 'Scott unravels her haunting tale in unpretentious but persuasive prose' Sunday Times ‘A heartbreaking read… I highly recommend it’ Anita Frank 'Breathtaking exploration of loss, love and precious memories’ My Weekly, Pick of the Month ‘Achingly moving and most beautifully written’ Rachel Hore ‘This beautiful book packs a huge emotional punch’ Fabulous ‘Drew me in from the first line and held me enthralled until the very end' Fiona Valpy ‘Quietly devastating' Daily Mail 'A compulsive, heart-wrenching read' Liz Trenow ‘Powerful’ Woman & Home 'Page turning, mysterious, engrossing and compelling' Lorna Cook ‘A carefully nuanced, complex story’ Woman’s Weekly ‘Caroline Scott evokes the damage and desolation of the Great War with aching authenticity' Iona Grey ‘Poignant’ Best ‘Wonderful and evocative’ Suzanne Goldring ‘Based on true events, this is a powerful story’ Bella ‘Immersive, poignant, intricately woven’ Judith Kinghorn ‘An evocative read’ heat ‘The story left me breathless. Powerful, heartrending, and oh so tender’ Kate Furnivall ‘Tense and compelling’ Lancashire Post ‘Scott litters her tale with clues and red herrings in the best mystery-writer way so we are kept guessing as to where the truth really lies’ The BookBag

Finding Home Again

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  • Author : Brenda Jackson
  • Publisher : HQN Books
  • Isbn : : 1488085870
  • Pages : 384
  • Category : Fiction

First love. Second chances. In Catalina Cove, anything can happen… Bryce Witherspoon’s heart races every time she sees Kaegan Chambray. Everyone in town knows they can’t stand each other, but the truth is, even though the man broke her heart ten years ago, she still feels that irresistible, oh-so-familiar jolt of desire. When Kaegan returned to Catalina Cove to run the family business, he knew there’d be no avoiding Bryce. The woman he thought he’d one day marry was instead the biggest heartbreak of his life. But when Bryce lets slip a devastating secret, he discovers just how wrong he was to let her go all those years ago. He knows they both still feel the spark between them, but it’ll take more than attraction to convince her. Kaegan will pull out all the stops to show Bryce he’s the man who can give her the future they once dreamed of—if only they give love a second chance.

Home Again

Book of Home Again
  • Author : George MacDonald
  • Publisher : Library of Alexandria
  • Isbn : : 1465550844
  • Pages : 313
  • Category : Books

Coming Home Again

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  • Author : James L. Framo,Timothy T. Weber,Felise B. Levine
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Isbn : : 1135450110
  • Pages : 304
  • Category : Psychology

First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Home Again

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  • Author : Beverly Heible
  • Publisher : Trafford Publishing
  • Isbn : : 1426962401
  • Pages : 72
  • Category : Fiction

Karley and Kelsey may be sisters, but their personalities are polar opposites! Karley the younger sister is a drama queen in school as well as home and can never sit still for a minute. Her older sister {Karley was 10 and her sister Kelsey was 12} is calm, cool and almost always collected. The preteen girls bicker as sisters do, but they are about to need each other more than ever. Their fathers company shuts down and he soon finds another job in another stateTennessee. This means the entire family has to uproot their lives in Michigan and move miles away from the only home they have ever known. Karley and Kelsey are devastated by the news, but they have no choice. They reluctantly accept the news and begin packing. The first day in a new school is a disaster for both girlsbut Karley has a harder time adjusting. No familiar friends, no family {the grandparents, cousins, etc were very close}, and she soon begins to fall into signs of depression while Kelsey seems to adjust much more quickly. But then things seem to happena lost puppy, tryouts for the soccer team, and a mystery! Though it is the new friendship of Willie, a deaf boy from school, that makes Karley realize just how blessed her life is. Will Tennessee ever truly become her home? With important themes of friendship, family, and acceptance, HOME AGAIN, is a warm-hearted story filled with fundamental life lessons on courage, commitment, and forgiveness

Home Again

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  • Author : Shirlee McCoy
  • Publisher : Zebra Books
  • Isbn : : 1420145258
  • Pages : 352
  • Category : Fiction

For the Bradshaw brothers, coming back to their hometown is the last thing they wanted. But to cope with family tragedy, they're reuniting in Benevolence, Washington—a place of hope, caring, and ever-surprising love . . . It’s ex-Navy SEAL Porter Bradshaw’s toughest challenge ever—six grieving nieces and nephews. With his brother, Matthias, killed in a car crash, and his sister-in-law, Sunday, hospitalized, Porter must take his turn looking after their children and the ancestral farm. He doesn't know much about parenting. Still, Porter is used to going it alone professionally—and personally. But warm-hearted teacher Clementine Warren is a complication he can’t resist . . . For Clementine, Benevolence is where her hopes for a real home and family crashed and burned. But as Sunday's friend and former neighbor, she promised to always be there for the children. And as she and Porter work to comfort the young Bradshaws, his sense of duty and passionate commitment are rekindling more than Clementine’s dreams. Now with trouble coming, she'll face down her fears to prove to Porter, and herself, that together they can make a future full of love . . . Praise for Shirlee McCoy’s Sweet Haven “Fans of Debbie Macomber will appreciate McCoy’s sweet, funny, heartwarming romance with its friendly, small-town setting.” —Booklist (starred review) “A delicious small-town treat.” —Library Journal

Home Again

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  • Author : Louis Collins
  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Isbn : : 1973688557
  • Pages : 124
  • Category : Religion

One of the toughest dichotomies we will ever face is the battle between who we are and who God has called us to be. Many times we get in our own way which causes us to put on personas that God never intended us to wear. Because we desire the success we see others have we feel we have to be like them. The problem with that is we end up losing who we really are in the process. Take this journey with me as I strategically help you get back onto your path to purpose. As I help you find you way HOME!

YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN

Book of YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN
  • Author : Thomas Wolfe
  • Publisher : e-artnow
  • Isbn : : 8027244501
  • Pages : 639
  • Category : Fiction

This eBook edition of "You Can't Go Home Again" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. George Webber has written a successful novel about his family and hometown. When he returns to that town, he is shaken by the force of outrage and hatred that greets him. Family and lifelong friends feel naked and exposed by what they have seen in his books, and their fury drives him from his home. Outcast, George Webber begins a search for his own identity. It takes him to New York and a hectic social whirl; to Paris with an uninhibited group of expatriates; to Berlin, lying cold and sinister under Hitler's shadow.

Home Again

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  • Author : David Wiltse
  • Publisher : Graymalkin Media
  • Isbn : : 1631680404
  • Pages : 210
  • Category : Fiction

Returning to his hometown with his wife and son, FBI hero Pete Ketter becomes caught up in a bizarre murder case that pits him against a psychopathic killer.

Home Again

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  • Author : John Callahan
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Isbn : : 166553785X
  • Pages : 314
  • Category : Fiction

AN UNFORESEEN INCIDENT CAN HAPPEN AT ANY TIME. IT CAN CAUSE DRAMATIC LIFESTYLE CHANGES AND IS DIFFICULT TO ACCEPT FOR THE PERSON IT AFFECTS THE MOST. JJ returned from LSU to Walnut Cove. The place he was born and raised. Unsure of his life’s plans he sought the counsel of his father. Shortly thereafter his parents were killed in a tragic accident. In his grief, JJ chose to leave his beloved home in the middle of the night without telling his high school friends he was leaving. Many decades passed before JJ would come home to Walnut Cove. This time he was home for good. HOME AGAIN...is a page-turner, filled with action.

Home Again

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  • Author : Jack Markle
  • Publisher : FriesenPress
  • Isbn : : 1039115209
  • Pages : 264
  • Category : Fiction

It’s love at first sight for Jon and Jillian, who meet in a fitness class and instantly hit it off. Jillian may not be accepted by Jon’s mother, but the pair agree to put their relationship first . . . until the FBI send him into a Witness Protection program that requires him to leave Jillian behind. Fatima grew up in war-torn Syria, having lost both of her parents and sister to tragedy. Every time she rebuilds her family, more tragedy strikes, leading her to wonder if she is cursed by Allah. At last, when she has lost everyone dear to her, she decides to take matters into her own hands. She couldn’t protect her family, but maybe she can save the world. As Fatima grows more desperate, Jon and Jillian must find a way to carry on without one another. Their stories intertwine as the conflict comes to a head with the fate of the world as we know it resting in the balance.

Home Again

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  • Author : Joan Elliott Pickart
  • Publisher : Silhouette
  • Isbn : : 1459221915
  • Pages : 224
  • Category : Fiction

Mom Required Before Joey, his culinary repertoire was comprised of bad scrambled eggs, his spare bedrooms gathered dust and the master bedroom seemed destined to remain mistress-less. But when his nephew became his 24/7 responsibility literally overnight, Mark Chandler knew things had to change. And he needed help. Cedar Kennedy cured troubled kids, a reputation that prompted Mark to seek out the psychologist. Ordinarily their paths never would have crossed, she the silk-and-suits-wearing doctor, he the dusty-jeans-wearing construction-company owner. But Mark knew Cedar was the one. The one to help Joey face his fears. The one to make their house a home—if only he could get the good doctor to break her rules…and battle her own demons.

Home Again

Book of Home Again
  • Author : Mariah Stewart
  • Publisher : Ballantine Books
  • Isbn : : 9780345520364
  • Pages : 464
  • Category : Fiction

New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart presents a captivating contemporary romance novel in the tradition of Robyn Carr, Susan Mallery, and Barbara Freethy. Dallas MacGregor is living the Hollywood dream. At thirtysomething, she’s an award-winning actress beloved by the public and bound for even bigger success. But when her soon-to-be-ex-husband, producer Emilio Baird, is caught in a sex scandal, Dallas’s charmed life turns tabloid nightmare. Determined to shield her young son, Cody, from the ugly uproar, Dallas seeks refuge in sleepy St. Dennis, Maryland—the Chesapeake Bay town where her happiest childhood days were spent. Reunited with her boisterous great-aunt, Dallas wants nothing more than to leave her Hollywood days behind. And when she crosses paths with local veterinarian Grant Wyler, her high school summer love, she finds he’s everything she remembers, and more—and that the spark is still there. But Dallas’s promising new life takes a troubling turn when the unimaginable happens and she finds herself living a mother’s worst nightmare—and Emilio storms into St. Dennis to save the day, along with his damaged career. Trapped in the unwanted glare of the limelight once again, Dallas discovers that it’s coolheaded Grant who is willing to risk everything to protect her and her son, and to secure the future they were always meant to share. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Mariah Stewart's Long Way Home.

Home, Again!

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  • Author : Dr. Ulhas R. Gunjal
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Isbn : : 1481749854
  • Pages : 492
  • Category : Fiction

Home, Again! narrates the story of a European mother and her Indo-European son, who are struggling to understand who they are, against the backdrop of events in Europe and India. Angela Guttenberg, a twenty-two-year-old Austrian woman, graduates in anthropology from the University of Vienna in 1933. Disenchanted with Europe because of Hitler’s rise, as well as her lover’s conversion to Nazism, she sails to India for her post-graduate research. And she goes to Jejuri, a temple town in the Deccan famous for the folk culture of the sun-god, Khandoba, as well as for the concentration of the “Dhangar Samaj,” a nomadic community of shepherds, who are his worshippers. While researching the Dhangar culture, she falls in love with a Dhangar with whom she has a son. When her son, Haldiram Johann Holkar, a self-described mongrel child with a hybrid name, grows up, he goes to England for higher education. There, in the early 1960s, he sees the ugliness of British racism, as well as the glory of British liberalism. Upon his return to India, he begins to see the inadequacies of his people. And driven by his own modern vision for India, he confronts religious extremists on a day of communal tension in the Bombay of 1966—only to be killed by them. At the end, Angela Guttenberg-Holkar, now middle-aged at fifty-five, returns to Vienna as she had gone to India—disenchanted with political life, struggling with her identity. The story progresses primarily through narratives and dialogues and, occasionally, through exchanges of letters, moving from one landscape to the other—from Vienna to Jejuri, then back to Europe, finally back to India—as the mother and the son strive to define who they are in a world in which diverse cultures meet to produce complicated identities.

Home Again, Home Again

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  • Author : Susan Rogers Cooper
  • Publisher : Speaking Volumes
  • Isbn : : 1612328024
  • Pages : N.A
  • Category : Fiction

Author of One, Two, What Did Daddy Do? and Hickory Dickory Stalk WHAT HAPPENED TO WILLIS? E. J. and Willis Pugh aren't one of the more ordinary married couples in Black Cat Ridge, Texas. E. J. writes romance novels, Willis washes the dishes. Willis works on the cars, E. J. solves local homicides. But the latest murderous mystery strikes much too close to home when Willis himself vanishes. E. J. isn't sure if her couch potato hubby's disappearance is some kind of mid-life crisis romp or something far, far worse. But she won't rest until she knows for certain the fate of her missing spouse—following Willis's tracks to a corpse, a lovelorn redneck turkey trucker...and a nasty mess of family secrets that could turn very deadly indeed. "One of today's finest mystery writers" —Carolyn G. Hart “Even a bright sunny day feels menacing in the hands of this pro.”—Margaret Maron, author of Up Jumps the Devil Don't miss E. J. PUGH mysteries: ONE, TWO, WHAT DID DADDY DO? and HICKORY DICKORY STALK

Going Home Again

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  • Author : Louise Hannah
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Isbn : : 1504952375
  • Pages : 326
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography

The author Louise Hannah is a black teenage girl growing up in the sixties. A lot of things were going on during the sixties: segregation, integration, even immigration. We were at war with Vietnam, a race-divided nation, and then there was the wrath of her daddy’s rules. Louise felt like a prisoner in her own home. She needed to find herself, who she was and what she wanted to be. This is why she felt she had to escape the cruel and unfair demands of her daddy’s rules. In Louise’s senior year in high school, she met Jay. He had been to Vietnam and was currently a student at Florida AM University. When Jay went home with Louise to get interrogated, even before he could take Louise on a date, his time in the army and in college was the only thing that got him through the doors. Jay returned home from college for the summer and for Christmas. Louise found out that Jay was not coming because he had to go to Detroit to help his uncles run their nightclub. Louise was devastated; she was in love with Jay. He seemed to be life. She had gotten Jay’s number from his sister and called him. They had a fight on the phone, but they made up. After his job went on strike and closed down, Jay was at the club all the time, day and night. Jay was still living in Detroit; he traveled back to Miami long enough to make another baby and he was gone again. They had three kids and a rotten marriage. Things got so bad they went their own separate ways. Jay brought his girlfriend whenever he visited Miami to see the kids. Louise met someone while going back to nursing school. Their relationship got very serious .Louise later had a baby daughter for him. Even then Louise and Jay were still fussing and fighting whenever Jay visited the kids. They had a bittersweet love for each other, and no one wanted to say those two words: I’m sorry.

Coming Home Again

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  • Author : Geoffrey S. Proehl
  • Publisher : Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
  • Isbn : : 9780838635476
  • Pages : 221
  • Category : Poetry

This study focuses on the representation of the family in American drama, in particular, on various uses and conventions of the figure of the prodigal husband or son. It considers the lineage and function of this figure from the writings of Augustine, medieval iconography, Renaissance prodigal son plays, and temperance melodramas to such contemporary manifestations as television talk shows, the Recovery Movement, and plays by contemporary writers including Spalding Gray, Ntozake Shange, and Cherrie Moraga.