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Almost Home by Mariah Stewart
April 4, 2011 - Amy Phelps
Travel back to Chesapeake in New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart's "Almost Home."
Steffie Wyler is a successful businesswoman, running her own ice cream shop in her tourist town. But she never really got over her high school crush on her brother's friend, Wade MacGregor. When Wade returned for a wedding, the two connected again, and sparks were flying, but Wade exited abruptly, leaving Steffie confused. Not even a year later, Wade is back in town - with his son in tow. Steffie begins to wonder if Wade was just leading her on and distances herself from him.
It turns out Wade's son is actually his best friend's son that he is raising as his own after his mother's death, and those circumstances soften Steffie's icy resolve. Steffie wants to entrust Wade with her heart, but can she?
This is another warm romance that is as sweet as ice cream and just as perfect for a relaxing spring day.
"Almost Home" is published by Ballentine. It is $7.99 and 365 pages long.
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