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Home Is Where the Heart Is - Joan Jonker

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Genre: Romance / Author: Joan Jonker / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 1995-08-10 by Headline

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      28.01.2013 15:24

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      well written reading matter well worth the effort.

      Eileen Gillmoss and Bill Gillmoss her loving husband find out they are about to have another baby after twelve years since the last one. Bill thinks Eileen is pulling his leg at first but realises quite quickly that she is not. Eileen being a great one for practical jokes it is not surprising that he thinks this.

      They find that they have to move house to a more uptrend home and at first Eileen is very upset to move so far away from all her friends and family. She makes the best of her new home when tragedy strikes sending her into a deep depression, although she tries to put a brave face on things.

      Friends rally around and try to get Eileen back on form when fate steps in to lend a hand. This book is packed with emotion and again I needed the tissues. Such a cry baby!

      But it was one of Joan Jonker's best novels to date and I have read a few. In between crying however I did find one or two funny points and enjoyed this read immensely. I would recommend it.

      Joan has written quite a few books some of which I liked a lot and have listed below.
      When one door closes
      Man of the House
      Victims of Violence
      Try a little tenderness (one of my favorites)
      Sweet Rosie o Grady
      These are some as there are many many more and so far I haven't managed to read all of them.

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