Book Review: Finding Home by Meg Harding

53f18-image1Title: Finding Home

Author: Meg Harding

Publisher: Oceanside Press

Publication Date: July 3, 2017

Genre: Contemporary, MM Romance

Format: eBook

Length: ~68,000 words

Rating: 3 Stars 



Jaden Matthews has never known his father or his father’s family, but he’s about to get a crash course on having siblings. With the recent passing of his grandmother, he’s discovered he has three half-brothers and part ownership of a gym. In Serenity, Florida. His life in New York has hit a rocky road, so maybe this is the vacation he needs to get things back on track.

Chase Michaels lost his future in a car crash almost ten years ago, and he’s made a new one for himself in Serenity. One that doesn’t include getting emotionally involved with people who are just passing through. But Jaden makes his common sense flee and his gut react. He’s got one month with the man who made him believe in taking a chance.


♦ Personal Thought ♦

A sweet and heartwarming story of finding family and sense of belonging. The small town setting with all the nosiness gives a bit of claustrophobic feeling for me, lol. I’m not big on nosy people, although at times I might find it charming – and helpful – this times it doesn’t wash with me.

The main characters are pleasant enough, even if they don’t exactly get me invested to their story. That said, I like the unhurried liaison that blooming into romance between Chase and Jade. How neither push for more when the other not ready for it. The same can be said for Jade’s easy relationship with his half siblings; although I wish their interaction (and background) could be infuse a bit deeper on page.

With a couple of titles from this author I’ve read, so far Meg Harding‘s books are a safe read to me. Fingers-crossed this stayed on while I devour the rest of her backlist. 🙂


Copy of this book is kindly provided by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.


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