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by Courtney Walsh




The Sweethaven Circle is back -- and so is a friend they thought they'd never see again!

The women of Sweethaven are enjoying an Indian summer when their old friend -- the missing member of their scrapbook circle -- arrives back home. Meghan Rhodes has moved on with her life, leaving Sweethaven and its painful memories in the past. But when her ex files for custody of their twins, she takes the first flight back to the beach town full of haunting memories. Meghan wants to make things right with her ex-husband, her children, and the friends she'd convinced herself she no longer needed. But is she too late? Meghan works with friends Jane, Lila, Adele, and Campbell to begin a new scrapbook for memories yet to be made. Picking up where A Sweethaven Summer left off, A Sweethaven Homecoming explores the strong bonds of friendship, the power of forgiveness, and the importance of unconditional love.




A Sweethaven Homecoming revolves around a group of women who used to spend a lot of time together scrapbooking who have grown apart, but come back together again, amidst trials and tribulations.  Meghan, who has been a successful country star, returns to try to get custody of her children, whom she abandoned two years previously, while trying to avoid her feelings that she still has for her ex-husband.  Jane, a Pastors wife, realizes she hasnt learned forgiveness when Meghan shows up, as Janes son, Alex, drowned tragically while in Meghans care.  Lila returns to get away from her husband, Tom, whom she has found out fathered a child with her best friend, Suzanne, twenty five years ago.  Campbell, his daughter, now wants to be in their lives and get to know them, and Lila doesnt know if she can trust him again.


Once I got into this book, I really enjoyed it.  It took a while to keep the characters straight as I hadnt read the previous book.  And each chapter begins with the characters name whos perspective its being told from.  That, I did enjoy.  Its nice for a change not having to see the whole story from one persons point of view.  I really liked how everything came together at the end and the way the characters were reconciled to each other.  It was a very heartwarming story!


Reviewed by: Sarah Meyers

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