One Way Home
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One Way Home by Jennifer Youngblood

The Romeo Family Romance series continues with Zoe Romeo Stevens, Noah’s older sister. Zoe, wife and mother of two, has her life all planned out, right down to the decadent chocolate mousse cake she’s making for dinner. Sure, marriage to her husband Carl has its ups and downs, but Zoe’s determined to make it work. Then, in a shocking turn of events, Zoe finds herself once again single with two children. Seeking solace for her wounded heart, Zoe goes home to her family’s ranch in Nashville, Tennessee. Trying to pick up the pieces of her life is tough. Even tougher—running into her old flame Briggs McAllister on a daily basis. As it turns out, Briggs is even more of a heartthrob now than he was back in the old days. Does he really think he can bat those baby blues, flash his crooked grin and that she’ll come running back into his very capable, very strong arms? Fat chance of that ever happening! The harder Zoe tries to stay away from Briggs, the closer the two become. But Zoe’s past has no intention of laying low. Trouble is coming on like a freight train, threatening to sweep Zoe and Briggs off the rails. Plenty of twists and turns in his fast-paced romance about family ties and the yearnings the heart wants most.
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