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  • By: Sherryl Woods
  • Narrated by: Stina Nielsen
  • Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Home in Carolina

By: Sherryl Woods
Narrated by: Stina Nielsen
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Summary

There’s no place like home, especially if it’s Serenity, South Carolina. For Annie Sullivan, though, the homecoming is bittersweet. She’d always envisioned a life there with her childhood best friend, Tyler Townsend. But Ty’s betrayal has cost her the family and the future they’d once planned. 

For Ty, losing Annie was heartbreaking. Still, he can’t imagine life without the three-year-old son whose mother left him for Ty to raise. Ty wants it all - Annie, his child, and the future he’d dreamed about - and he’s back home in Serenity to fight for it. 

But getting Annie to forgive and forget may be the hardest challenge he’s ever faced. With the stakes so high, this is one game he can’t afford to lose.

©2010 Sherryl Woods (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • phyllis hartsfield
  • 05-05-22

Narration was much better!

the narration on this book was much better than in previous books! I hope the remainder of the books in the series are just as good. I love this series!

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  • Kim Bailey
  • 11-04-22

I enjoyed this book!

This book has been my favorite so far. I thought the narrator did an excellent job!

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  • MELISSA BRINKER
  • 05-10-22

This Narrator is Much Better

This story was better in general than the last one in the series but the narrator was so much better. Enjoyable light romance.

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  • Robert
  • 17-07-22

outdated, and pretty frustrating

I never write reviews, but this book was SUCH a disappointment. I expected, as a modern women of this world, she would have put him in his place and wouldn't go back with him so quickly. flowers, really? ugh. Ty continues to make bad choices and Annie gives in? yeah right. Ronnie is the only character in this book that is authentic.

maybe this is how it actually is in the south. which is sad.

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  • Danielle
  • 16-07-22

Fun Read

It was a good read. Was kind of annoyed by Anne's wining about Ty cheating and always going back and forth whether she should forgive him or not. Other than that it was great.

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  • MarMelAde
  • 04-02-22

Okayyyyyy

This story was okay. Just okay. Annie’s story line frustrated me. She often acted like she was in high school. So immature. I read other reviews complaining about Ty’s storyline. I thought Ty was mature and a great father. His only flaw was putting up with Annie.

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  • Shoppen
  • 27-01-22

When is this set??

The story was sufficient, although I was bummed about Ty’s storyline. The southern accents sounded like southern belles out of the Civil War era, and were only used for the older female characters. If you can tolerate the bad accents, it’s a decent listen.

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  • Krista S. Heavner
  • 02-09-21

Cute story- worst southern accent ever

I like the book but would rather I had read it than listened. The “southern” belle accents for most of the characters by the narrator were horrible and super distracting. No one in South Carolina talks like that. Suggestion- next time get an actual South Carolinian or southerner to narrate.

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  • yassina norelas
  • 01-09-21

Cute story.

The story itself was good , however the author missed many opportunities to make this a great book. For one she left every character and there issues unresolved. She spent so much time focusing on the broken relationship between the main characters and at the end left so much unsaid. Not sure if there is a part 2 . I am not going to get to into the story because than I’ll ruin it for anyone who wants to read it. You won’t hate the book though you’ll eventually want to tell Annie to get over herself and grow up lol.

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  • Debra Brown
  • 31-08-21

Incredulously

Don’t know if it’s the numerator that added that word or if it’s actually in the book. The word incredulously is used way too much. It’s so get annoying to the point that I don’t want to read the book.