Langley Park #1
You can outrun a lot of things.
The truth isn’t one of them.
Jenna Lewis is a liar. A fake. A fraud.
She’s spent the last fourteen years running from her past, pretending she wasn’t the forgotten little girl nobody wanted.
One call is all it takes to shatter her fragile façade and force her to return home to Langley Park.
Buried secrets and whispers of lost love turn her life upside down when she encounters her teenage crush. While neither wants to admit their connection is lightning-hot, the intensity of their attraction is too strong to deny.
But danger lurks in the darkness.
Unsettling events begin to occur, threatening not only Jenna’s second chance at love but her very life.
Will she survive what lies ahead?
Can her heart navigate the road home?
The Road Home is a sexy standalone romance in the Langley Park series.
It was so brilliant, breathtaking and astonishing.
It was filled with sweet moments and suspense. I was so into it and was always wondering what’s gonna happen next. There were some unpredictable events which had me gasping.
Loved not only just Ben and Jenna but the whole of Langley park. The moment I met Sam and Zoe I knew I’ll love them. AND Kate. And Kathy. And Neil. Even the bicycle shop owner Ted😂😂. It was that typical sweet small town.
He pondered her words. “I think I need to put a ‘Keep Out’ sign on the door. We do keep getting interrupted.”
Jenna returns to Langley park because of a phone call. She meets Ben, her childhood crush.
Ben is an architect and Kate’s dad. Kate is his whole life’s purpose. UNTIL Jenna😝.
They both had their own past baggages, which neither of them has dealt with. With each other they start healing and seeing happiness.
Kate and Ben asked in unison, “Will you marry us?” Jenna sank to her knees, unable to hold back her tears. “Nothing in the world would make me happier.” Kate took the plastic ring and slid it onto her finger. “This wasn’t how I saw my proposal going,” Ben said
But everything is not all right as there is someone out there who is after Jenna.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.