In her contemporary romance “Home Is Where You Are,” Melissa Grace tells the tale of Iris Holder, a young lady who, after the passing of her grandmother, returns to her hometown to assist her mother in managing the family bakery. There, she meets up again with Ethan Black, an accomplished architect who was her childhood best friend. Iris and Ethan come to terms with their love for one another as they spend more time together, but they must also deal with their individual problems and the difficulties of a long-distance relationship. The significance of locating a place to call home is discussed along with family and friendship themes in the book. The book is a comfortable and comforting read because to its endearing characters and charming romance.
Home Is Where You Are by Melissa Grace
Olivia Sinclair left her dreams of a music career behind, along with her hopes for love and a family. With her husband having left her for more fertile pastures, she’s content to focus her energy on her thriving bakery, a new home, and an ornery rescue cat named Mama. That is until Liv’s best friend drags her to a concert where she meets the handsome (and much younger) frontman of the popular band, Midnight in Dallas.
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