A Place to Call Home, Book 3
What happens when the life you're running from
won't let go of your heart?
Kaitlyn Reed and Steven Braden have always had a similar philosophy of life: when the going gets tough, they get going--out of town and away from the problem. Now they are both back in Last Chance, New Mexico, and trying to start over.
Kaitlyn is working to reestablish a relationship with the seven-year-old daughter she left behind six months earlier. Steven is trying to prove to his family that he is not the irresponsible charmer they have always known him to be. As Kaitlyn and Steven find themselves drawn to one another, one big question keeps getting in the way: How will they learn to trust each other when they don't even trust themselves?
With emotional depth and characters who leap off the page and into your heart, Cathleen Armstrong invites you to return once more to the dusty and delightful town of Last Chance.
|READ AN EXCERPT|
If you've been reading this series you know that Kaitlyn Reed is a mess. In the last book, One More Last Chance, she abandoned her daughter at her brother's house and rode off into the sunset with her current love interest. Only to be abandoned herself by said lover. She not only had to call her brother to rescue her but she had no choice but to return to Last Chance with him.
Like most small towns Last Chance residents tend to know everyone's business. That business includes Kaitlyn's story. So how does one go about repairing the damage they've caused in such a tight-knit place? Kaitlyn soon realizes that it takes time and perseverance.
She decides one of the first steps is to swear off of men. But then the handsome Steven Braden crosses her path. He's also a mess of his own making. According to everyone that has an opinion these two should stay clear of each other. But sometimes contrary to popular opinion God begins to do a work in the most unlikely places.
This is a great story of restoration and healing, not only from the community but from Kaitlyn and Steven themselves. Because sometimes the hardest person to forgive is yourself.
Connect With The Author