Homecoming – Tanya Bullock

Rosie and Tom belong together.

For too long, war and its devastating aftermath have kept them apart. Now that Tom has finally returned home, Rosie hopes that they will be able to put the past behind them. But when a mysterious sequence of events unfolds, their love is put to the test once more. With a shocking secret hanging heavily over their relationship… With circumstances conspiring against them at every turn…

Rosie and Tom find themselves caught up in the biggest battle of their lives. Will their demons ultimately consume them? Or will love conquer all in the end?

I love how the first chapter of Homecoming sets the story so beautifully only to deliver the huge shocker at the beginning of chapter two.

Homecoming is such a positive tale of how love can exist even when all else is lost and failed. Rosie and Tom are wonderful characters independently and together.

This a love story with a massive difference to the norm.

One where the writing is so heart felt you cannot escape the pull of loving the main characters and wanting what is best for them regardless of how others might feel.

Love is the theme throughout this novella across different levels with different characters and with different levels of depth, it is a lesson of living and loving and forgiving.

I recommend you all read this beautiful tale, I could say so much more but I don’t want to ruin anything and release any spoilers.

Tanya Bullock is a finalist in the ‘People’s Book Prize’ for her debut That Someone Special (which I now really need to read) and if Homecoming is a taste of her talent I envisage great success for this author.


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