Saturday, June 27, 2015
Two Roads Home (Review)
This review is for the book "Two Roads Home" by Deborah Raney. This is the second book in her Chicory Inn series. I have read the first in the series but I believe this could be read as a standalone.
In this book, the focus is on Corinne and Jesse Pennington. The Penningtons are very restless. Corinne is tired of Jesse traveling so much for business, and it doesn't help matters when a coworker files a claim of harassment against Jesse. Not only that, the coworker seemingly won't leave the family alone, stringing them alone in threatening notes and actions. At the same time, Jesse is coming clean about wanting a career change, which would greatly affect the lifestyle Corinne has become accustomed to, and so she is also struggling with that.
Throughout the book, you can sense a restlessness with Corinne's parents as well, particularly her mother, who run the Chicory Inn, so I would think that will be a focal point in a future novel.
I enjoy these characters and I like Raney's style of writing. I would like to continue reading this series as they come out.
Thank you to Litfuse Publicity for a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review.