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Homecoming

Meredith Daniels

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  Review by love bytes reviews

Jack is a man in turmoil and it only gets worse as he heads home after leaving the armed forces. When he left home he escaped from his father’s glaring disapproval, but he also left behind the person who meant the most to him. Dillon is the kind of guy who tries to face his problems head on, but when Jack left to join the service, Dillon was angry but not for the reason Jack thinks. There’s no denying Jack is a tortured soul. The things that he saw while he was in the military have left him feeling broken and alone. Seeing Dillon only adds to the conflict inside of him and he can’t bring himself to get any closer…or walk away. I liked this story. Both men are good guys who are so scared of what’s inside of them and it’s kind of painful to watch. Jack’s low self esteem, which was nurtured his whole life by his father, leaves him frozen even though all he wants is to be with Dillon.

  Review by debbiereadsbook

Homecoming, arch, 4 stars, male/male, romance, friends to lovers, military dudes, first time author Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Jack is broken, inside and out, bones and mind. Five days in hell and he has been given six weeks of mandatory leave and for the first time in ten years, he goes home. It’s only short, some 90 pages, but packs quite a punch. Both Jack and Dillon have their say, and in the third person. Each voice is clear and defined. I can’t find anything else by this author. So, given this is a FIRST-time author, I’ll say this is a very VERY good start. 4 solid stars **same worded review will appear elsewhere**

  Review by Wicked Reads

Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team Angie – ☆☆☆ This was a fast read that would be good for a rainy weekend afternoon. While I liked the book, I thought it could have been longer and given us more of the "after." The ending seemed rushed. I really liked both Dillon and Jack. I also loved Stacy, Dillon's sister. There was so much back and forth during this short book that I wanted to reach through my e-reader and scream for the main characters to get their heads out of their butts! As I said, this was a good book but if it would have been longer after the main characters got their heads out of their butts, it could have been a great book. . . Reviewers were provided a free copy of this book to read and review.

  Review by Wicked Reads

Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team Angie – ☆☆☆ This was a fast read that would be good for a rainy weekend afternoon. While I liked the book, I thought it could have been longer and given us more of the "after." The ending seemed rushed. I really liked both Dillon and Jack. I also loved Stacy, Dillon's sister. There was so much back and forth during this short book that I wanted to reach through my e-reader and scream for the main characters to get their heads out of their butts! As I said, this was a good book but if it would have been longer after the main characters got their heads out of their butts, it could have been a great book. Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Homecoming (Men of Devotion #1) by Meredith Daniels to read and review.

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