The Road Home
by Susan Crandall Warner Books
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 044661226X
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
Have you ever longed for a lost love? Did you meet again after some years had passed and you thought the old feelings were long buried? If you have, you will sympathize with Lily Holt and Clay Winters. The Road Home is well traveled, but often seems unending. So it was with Lily as she arrived in Glens Crossing, Indiana, her home town at the end of a long drive from Chicago. She had returned to the only place that offered her a chance to put her life in order after her divorce. The old saying, "home is where the heart is" fits this story perfectly. Lily realizes her heart has always been here, held in a timeless prison of youth when she loved Clay and he said he loved her. And she finds Clay is also a prisoner of the past. With so much between them and the distance made by the years' passage, they have a long way to travel to find the peace of mind they both seek. And the odds seem to be against them. A terrific story written by talented author Susan Crandall with warmth and an instinctive understanding of the heart, this is a book you will want to keep and read again and again. Highly recommended by a reviewer who didn't want The Road Home to end.