Someplace Familiar was such a joy to read! I loved the small town setting and the main characters who had some big issues from their pasts to overcome.
Livy and Jack had a childhood connection and fond memories to initially bring them together. That added such a sweetness to the story. And the present day growth of their relationship felt very realistic to me. I appreciated the struggles they both dealt with due to their previous relationships. Both Livy and Jack had good reason to be wary of love.
Someplace Familiar is a great choice for readers who enjoy contemporary romance.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Artist Livy Johnson needs a fresh start. That’s what a broken heart and forgotten dreams can do to a person. On little more than a whim, she reclaims her grandmother’s old mountain cottage in quaint Laurel Cove, North Carolina and vows to restore its original charm. When she literally collides with childhood friend, Jack Bowdon, Livy wonders if she’s back for an entirely different reason.
Jack can’t believe his childhood crush is back. As the owner of Bowdon’s Supplies, and once again the town’s most eligible bachelor, he offers to help Livy with repairs. Together they embark on the project—and an undeniable whirlwind romance.
But it’s not all smooth sailing. Can they survive the destructive pain of their pasts to discover God’s grace waiting to renovate their hearts?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Teresa Tysinger is a wife and mother transplanted from North Carolina to North Texas. When not working as the Director of Communications for a large downtown church, she writes charming southern romances inspired by grace. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Religious Communicators’ Council, and the Association for Women in Communications, Teresa has spent over a decade committed to telling stories of faith through written word. She also offers graphic design and marketing services to other authors through her freelance business, Good Day Publishing. She loves coffee, caramel, and stories with happy endings.