Format: Kindle Edition
Publisher: Moon Child Books; 1 edition (February 4, 2011)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Reviewed by Idrissa
Home Is Where The Heart Is
Evelyn Palfrey is an author who writes romance novels. The unique thing about her books is that she writes romance for the "marvelously mature". Her characters are are not young hot studs or sexy vamps but real mature folk that older readers can relate to. Her books also usually have an added twist, a little mystery and mayhem. I've enjoyed all of her novels and was happy to find this one was first released as an e-book. So here is my first review read on my Kindle.
Thalia Allen is a woman who has finally retired from her government job and was looking forward to traveling and enjoying her many outside interests. Just when it was going to be all about her, she finds herself raising her teen-aged daughter Mishay. Mishay is the daughter of Thalia's only child, a son and a woman who never lived a stable life as an adult. Mishay's father is a long-distance driver with no real home to call his own so Thalia is really all the child has in the world. A good Christian woman, she is determined to give Mishay a proper upbringing. Mishay is determined to work her Nana's one last nerve in the process and Thalia is having none of that.