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Becoming Home

Margaret McGaffey Fish

Publisher: TTO Publishing

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A heartwarming, closed-door romance for readers 16 and up. 
Country star Brian Lakes abandoned his career when his ex-wife died so he could raise his estranged son Nick. He finds a little town far away from the music scene, but connecting with a grieving pre-teen proves a lot harder than he’d expected. 
Celia Baker retired early to recover from the stress of counseling at-risk kids. She struggles against loneliness and reactions honed in a city that seem so out of place in the sleepy town of Foster’s Way. Then she befriends an unhappy boy at the park, and all her instincts go on alert. 
Celia has little reason to trust and Brian has his hands full, but a twelve-year-old kid and a beloved guitar keep drawing them together. If they listen to the music of their hearts, they just might earn a second chance at life. 
Pick up your copy of Becoming Home to join a good-hearted woman and a struggling single dad in their quest for love and life in a small town. 
  
Word Count: 60,000

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