The Journey Home by Kelly Elliott

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Synopsis

Fate has a way of stepping in and righting itself when we least expect it.

Maddison Powers has been regretting the biggest mistake of her life when she walked away from the only man who has ever sparked something deep inside her. After comparing every guy she dates to Cale Blackwood, she finally gives up all hope of ever finding him.

One dare by Maddison throws Cale back into her life...and into the arms of her best friend.

Cale Blackwood thought he had found the woman of his dreams, until she walked away from him one night and didn't look back. Attempting to find love again, Cale finds himself in a relationship built on one lie after another. Forced to take on the biggest challenge of his life, Cale must seek help from the woman who walked away from him and broke his heart.

Sometimes it takes more than one journey in life to truly be home.
 

About Kelly Elliott

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Kelly Elliott is the author of contemporary romance, including the Wanted series. She lives in Texas with her husband and daughter. Nelson Hobbs lives on the sand with a classical guitar in one hand and a glass of sangria in the other. His villa on the beach is lined wall-to-wall with a coveted library of romantic classics. His voice resonates in this paradise which has led to the natural transition to audiobook narrator. Arika Rapson (formerly Escalona) is originally from Portland, Oregon, and is currently based in Fall City, Washington. She grew up devouring books and discovering new worlds through fantasy and fiction. As an audiobook narrator, she has performed a wide range of genres, from classics to contemporary thrillers, children's books, urban fantasy, and chick lit-including Cat Adams's Blood Singer series-as well as stranger-than-fiction true stories. She has also narrated a variety of educational videos, apps, and video game characters, and she is the ongoing voice for Amazon Kindle's how-to video series.
 
Published November 25, 2014 by Kelly Elliott. 350 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction