Bringing Them Home
The state’s case against Chuck Delgado is foundering as things heat up and turn deadly in Westbury. Frank Haynes and Loretta Nash each possess the proof to put Delgado away for good, but coming forward could destroy their relationship. Will they put self-interest aside to do the right thing?
Susan Martin begins her new life as Mrs. Aaron Scanlon, only to find that more changes are on the horizon, and David Wheeler uncovers secrets about his friend’s and his father’s pasts that turn his world upside down.
As Maggie Martin rediscovers an old love, will she be able to overcome her past and venture into the life she truly desires?
Return to best-selling author Barbara Hinske’s world of Rosemont as the people of Westbury seek their happy ending.
Bringing Them Home, the fifth book in the enchanting Rosemont series is more of what we expect from author Barbara Hinske – more charm, more drama, more suspense, more romance, more happiness and more emotion. It is her best book yet.
This book is full of suspense, love, new and old friendships, family and forgiveness. I thought the ending was fabulous. I have been honored to read this series. I look forward to read more of her books.
This is another wonderful installment in the Rosemont Series that was over way too soon for this reader. It was nice to be able to slip right back into the lives of my friends in Westbury.
I have been eagerly awaiting the fifth book in the Rosemont series and I wasn’t disappointed. I fell in love with Westbury in the first book and every book has provided me with more evidence that the community is just that – a community, not just a place where characters reside. The characters are so real, I feel I know them (or wish I did). It is good to see couples of all ages in relationships that are positive and supportive of each other and of their friends. Westbury rallies around their residents in times of need and in times of celebrations and there are plenty of both in this book.
Oh my goodness! This is the best in the Rosemont series! The characters are well-developed and the story is well-paced, with unexpected twists and turns. Just when you think you’ve got it figured out and you can exhale again, things take a left turn and you’re going down another path. I love the resolutions in the story as well as the possibility of further Rosemont adventures. If you’ve been in it from the beginning, you definitely will NOT be disappointed with “Bringing Them Home.” If you haven’t experienced any of the wonderfully written prior installments, what’s keeping you? C’mon and jump on the bandwagon!
I gave “Bringing Them Home” a five star rating because of it’s storyline that keeps your attention from beginning to end. If you like small town stories you’ll love this book and the other four books in the series. If you like a story that involves an old mansion (with a history of it’s own) love, laughter, drama and even murder but with close knit familes and friends that stick together in good times and bad, then you’ll love the people of Westbury. And as an added bonus, those of you who are animal lovers, there’s lots of dogs and cats scattered throughout the book to warm our hearts as only those fur babies can do.
If you read any series of books this year, you must read the Rosemont Series. You will not be disappointed. I’m actually going to read them all again very soon.
I so enjoyed “Bringing Them Home”, Barbara Hinske’s 5th novel in the Rosemont Series. If I could have finished the book in one sitting, I would have. It kept me entranced and coming back at every opportunity for more. The characters are all brought in and everything is tied up in a pleasing and satisfying manner. Ms. Hinske created a great way to bring the series to a conclusion. And now I understand that Rosemont may continue. I couldn’t be happier. They feel like family.
Treat yourself to a great read with “Bringing Them Home” and do yourself a favor – read the whole series.
One can see the quaint shops with potted plants beside the doors, the busy restaurants, smell the air as you visually tour the square, becoming a member of this uniquely described community filled with folks you would welcome as neighbors. In fact, some of these characters I’ve known before (good and bad) because I’m a small town gal who recognizes them.