Home in Carolina

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Mira, Mar 30, 2010 - Fiction - 384 pages
7 Reviews
There's no place like home, especially if it's Serenity, South Carolina. For Annie Sullivan, though, the homecoming is bittersweet. She'd always envisioned a life there with her childhood best friend, Tyler Townsend. But Ty's betrayal has cost her the family and the future they'd once planned.

For Ty, losing Annie was heartbreaking. Still, he can't imagine life without the three-year-old son whose mother left him for Ty to raise. Ty wants it all—Annie, his child and the future he'd dreamed about—and he's back home in Serenity to fight for it. But getting Annie to forgive and

forget may be the hardest challenge he's ever faced. With the stakes so high, this is one game he can't afford to lose.

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Review: Home in Carolina (The Sweet Magnolias #5)

User Review  - Kathrine - Goodreads

This book was not as good as most of what I've read of Sherryl Woods.But it may have been because it was about Annie Sullivan and Ty Townsond and they aren't my favorite characters . I found Annie ... Read full review

Review: Home in Carolina (The Sweet Magnolias #5)

User Review  - Goodreads

This book was not as good as most of what I've read of Sherryl Woods.But it may have been because it was about Annie Sullivan and Ty Townsond and they aren't my favorite characters . I found Annie ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Sherryl Woods was born in Arlington, Virginia on July 23, 1944. She graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in Journalism. She worked for several newspapers covering everything from suburban government to entertainment, eventually specializing in television. In 1980 she quit her work in news to write books. Her first novel, Restoring Love, was released in 1982 under the pseudonym of Suzanne Sherrill. Her second book, Sand Castles, was published the same year under the pseudonym of Alexandra Kirk. In 1985, she started writing under her real name and by 1986, she was writing full-time. She has written over 100 romance and mystery novels including Not at Eight, Darling, An O'Brien Family Christmas and the Chesapeake Shores series.

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