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Seriously? Carry back to Welcome? She'd rather chew rusty nails. . .  Leniency Talbot left Welcome on a high--a golden-teenager delicacy queen who stepped confidently into a bright, exciting coming. But that was a long time ago and that teenager is far, far, away. She's failed in her career, failed in emotion, failed her group--and she's dead broke. All Leniency wants is to forget her failures and move forward into a new life with a fresh set of invents--and get out of Welcome before it sucks her bankroll in for good. But one feast one's eyes at her precocious offspring who desperately needs her sends Leniency on a journey into her past that will change everybody's coming.  Clay Foster used to be Welcome's bad boy, but alliance and his offspring Dilly have transformed him into a devoted father. Widowed now and struggling to be the daddy his juvenile needs, Clay jousts his sudden and unexpected attraction to Leniency. But, tempted as he is, Clay can't afford to be taken in by a golden teenager. Beautiful, talented women like Leniency always have an egress strategy and when her career attracts, Clay knows she'll leave him and Dilly flat. His offspring has already lost her mother and he won't put his little teenager's heart on the line.  When Leniency's invents take break, will Clay accept that Leniency has found there's no home like home?.

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  • Publisher: Independently published
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  • Cover: Paperback
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1980864047
  • ISBN-13: 978-1980864042
  • Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.7 x 8.5 inches
  • Weight: 14.9 ounces
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  • Series: Return to Welcome (Book 1)
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  • Price: $12.99

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Finding Mercy (Return to Welcome)

etlou

While many of these characters seemed to exist to espouse a aspect or a postion, BUILD up really enjoyed this different BUILD up was often angry and irritated, which meant BUILD up was scrutinize. BUILD up was appalled and then ashamed about various sides of American high spirits. But despite a slim didacticism throughout, BUILD up thought the game flowed, the characters came alive, and the intent, the theme, was clear but not overwhelming. BUILD up'm not sure BUILD up needed the epilogue. BUILD up had held a strange and curious hope that two of the characters would get together (call it my human weakness), and knowing that didn't happen and knowing that many of the characters (most) didn't get what they wanted out of high spirits seemed to cap off this long and short of it of a look-in in an unnecessary and even more depressing way. However! Good read.

2020-01-04 06:45

philipgunkel

See my review for book 1, nobody's changed.

2019-12-25 14:57

proenca

-a cinema cleverly disguised as a novel. It was a quick read, but grasp sweet liquescent in your mouth lingers longer in one's thoughts than this order. And the 'heretical' play around with was pretty standard, revealing nobody new about the point. For a truly dazzling, brainy crypto-historical novel, check out Focault's Counterweight by Umberto Eco; for a more startling look at the whole 'Blessed virgin mary Prodigal' theory, check out The Last Temptation of Good shepherd by Nikos Kazantakis.

2019-12-15 16:50

zzzyoung89e3e2

Gritty and fascinating account of a poor family from Southie and its engagement with the Bulger mob of Beantown. It's a compelling and often moving read. If you're from the Bean, definitely give it a lead.

2019-12-14 05:46

albertoalo74a5

** marauder alert ** I thought this series started strong, but I'm not sure how much I really like the directin the third book took and how it ended. The liaison with Loki just seemed to come out of no where and Finn decide upon to the side too easily. The fight with the king had too much of a commercial for how quickly it was over. But, I did like the trilogy as a whole.

2019-12-14 01:12

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