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Thursday, 19 December 2013

Finding Home by J.W. Phillips BLOG TOUR + MY REVIEW

Title: Finding Home
Author:J.W. Phillips
Publication Date: November 11, 2013
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Julie Emison never believed in demons, ghouls, or things that go bump in the night. Trucker Castleman never believed in love. Imagine their surprise when they discovered each other.

Eighteen-year-old Julie lived in a small town in Tennessee, where the most exciting thing ever to happen was the arrival of the charismatic Trucker. Seventeen-year-old Trucker was different from anyone that had ever lived in the town before, and he wanted Julie. She affected him in ways he couldn't comprehend. Trucker had no right to love. He didn't even believe he could. But he did love Julie.

With Trucker, Julie found isolation, unbearable pain, and that happily ever afters do not exist. However, she also never felt more alive. After a tragic accident, Julie faced a hard decision. Did she endure it all for the sake of love? Or was the price of sin more than she could afford to pay?

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My Views:

This book dives straight in with all the paranormal, It took me a couple of chapters to feel like I was understanding the story but once I got into it (whch didn't take long) boy did I stay in it!

The characters are fabulous, I completely loved them both and their relationship. It is intense between them from the beginning and you get a real insight into both of them and what they are feeling thanks to the use of journal entries by both Julie and Trucker throughout the book.

I liked that the characters were different from other paranormal I have read and that the story didn't play out how I thought it would. I hope that there are more to come in this series, I for one will certainly be buying them.

Over all I give this book 4 BIG BOOK LOVE STARS.

J.W. is a stay at home mom with 2 0n-the-go kids, an amazing husband and 1 lovable
dog. She lives in a small town in Tennessee, where she enjoys writing, reading, and
talking. She was told from a young age that her dreams of writing were ludicrous.
However, after a talk with her daughter she pulled out her old laptop and rediscovered
her desire to tell stories. She doesn’t consider herself an author, more a teller of tall

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