‘Home’ by Rachel Smith was an exciting, action-packed story about a young girl who dreams about becoming a country music singer. When her dreams come true, she finds out that her dream wasn’t all it was cracked up to be.
The main character, Lily, is very likeable and extremely realistic. She might be a big star, but she wasn’t made out to be this all-powerful, perfect woman. She has flaws, she has problems, she has a thousand things to overcome. She also has strength, and a willpower to overcome all the obstacles in her way. A tight-knit, close family and a group of strong friends helps her along her journey.
Then there’s Justin. Oh… my…. goodness! He’s a hunk and a half, and I literally drooled over him. He’s supportive, kind, generous. He’s an Alpha male, but with a soft side and a tendency to let Lily take charge in certain things. PERFECT mixture, because I hate the super-bossy Alpha male types you see in a lot of romance novels these days.
I hated the antagonist with a passion. I both loved and hated the dynamic character who was such a big part of the story. The sex scenes were hot, but with a level of realism in them that made me want to… well, never mind. My husband wouldn’t like me spreading our news all over the place. Haha. It was very easy to get wrapped up in this story.
Do I recommend it. Yes, definitely. You won’t regret grabbing a copy of this book for yourself, but be warned you won’t get much work done. I know my poor house and job have suffered tremendously at the hands of this book.