For too long, war and its devastating aftermath have kept them apart.
Now that Tom has finally returned home, Rosie hopes that they will be able to put the past behind them.
But when a mysterious sequence of events unfolds, their love is put to the test once more.
With a shocking secret hanging heavily over their relationship...
With circumstances conspiring against them at every turn...
Rosie and Tom find themselves caught up in the biggest battle of their lives.
Will their demons ultimately consume them?
Or will love conquer all in the end?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Tanya Bullock is a college lecturer, writer and award-winning filmmaker. She lives in the West Midlands with her husband and two young children. She has a passion for foreign culture and languages (inherited from her French mother) and, in her youth, travelled extensively throughout Australia, America, Asia and Europe. As a filmmaker, she has gained local recognition, including funding and regional television broadcast, through ITV’s First Cut scheme; two nominations for a Royal Television Society Midlands Award, and, in 2010, a Royal Television Society Award in the category of best promotional film. In 2008, she directed a short drama, Second Honeymoon, which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. On maternity leave in 2011 and in need of a creative outlet, Tanya began to write That Special Someone, the story of a mother’s quest to help her learning-disabled daughter find love. It has been longlisted for The People's Book Prize and The Beryl Bainbridge First Time Author Award 2015/16. Her second novel, Homecoming, will be published on April 1, 2016.
MY REVIEW: “Rosie loved Tom. Rosie had always loved Tom and, although she was unable to measure "always" in terms of years and months, this made perfect sense to her."
Homecoming is an endearing book of an older woman refined to a convalescent home suffering from dementia. She has somehow gotten lost in the memories of her past and clings to another patient believing him to be her dead husband.
This was a short read packed with strong feelings of love and determination. The characters were well-developed and the inside look at what a patient suffering from dementia was executed brilliantly. You can’t help but root for Rose and her newest beau’s happiness. She truly deserves it.
If you’re looking for a short read to keep you occupied (and enlightened) during a rainy winter day, this book would be perfect. I am sure I will be reading many more works by Ms. Tanya Bullock very soon.
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