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Coming Home - Christine S. Feldman The author provided me with a copy of this book for my honest review2 1/2 starsCallie left home years ago; her father left when she was young and she thought that living the nomad lifestyle would make her understand why he left. She is living in New York City when she gets a call from her deceased brothers’ best friend Danny, the man she loved and never had. Her mother fell off a ladder and needs Callie to come home. Callie realizes she still has feelings for Danny, yet she doesn't want to hurt him with her restless nature. Danny now sees Callie as a woman and these new feelings he has for her, could leave him with a broken heart. Will the two of them take a chance or will fear keep them apart? This is technically a good book, there is nothing wrong with the story and the editing is done wonderfully. Callie is strong and independent, yet she still has this lost little girl inside her. Danny is understanding, good looking and responsible, he is the boy every mom wants their daughter to date. The plot was interesting, girl comes home to help mom and she sees the boy she has always secretly loved. Boy sees girl differently sparks fly and the rest is history. However, as good as all those things were, I just wasn't feeling this book. I can't really put my finger on why, maybe it was because the book was slow or I didn't feel the heat between the couple. If you like your romance books to be pretty much drama free, with a few kisses here and there and a slow build up, then Coming Home is worth a try.