Home To Eden

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  • Home To Eden
  • Dallas Schulze
  • English
  • 09 July 2017
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About the Author: Dallas Schulze

Paperback ó Home To Eden ePUB Ê Home To PDF \ home ebok, eden kindle, Home To ebok, Home To EdenHome To Eden eBookBorn and raised in Colorado, Dallas Schulze now lives in California She sold her first book in October It was published under her pseudonym Dallas Hamlin in the Candlelight Ecstasy Romance line She loves happy ending and wrote category romances, contemporaries and historicals for Harlequin, Silhouette, Dell and Mira Her latest title was published in .


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10 thoughts on “Home To Eden

  1. KarenH says:

    Having recently read Loving Jessie by Dallas Schulze and thereby loving Matt Latimer the hunk loving Jessie , I took the plunge and ordered 6books by the authoreager fordrool worthy heroes In Home To Eden, Schulze proved true to first impression and served up another dish of beefcake in Nick Blackstone Unfortunately, the hunkiness of Nick was not given its due because of the author s faux pas in teaming up Nick with Kate Moranthe mousy, bland heroine with an overgrown chip o Having recently read Loving Jessie by Dallas Schulze and thereby loving Matt Latimer the hunk loving Jessie , I took the plunge and ordered 6books by the authoreager fordrool worthy heroes In Home To Eden, Schulze proved true to first impression and served up another dish of beefcake in Nick Blackstone Unfortunately, the hunkiness of Nick was not given its due because of the author s faux pas in teaming up Nick with Kate Moranthe mousy, bland heroine with an overgrown chip on her shoulder and the personality of a tree stump to boot.Five years ago, Nick s wife Lisa, suffering from a severe case of postpartum depression, closed the garage door and started the car with both herself and their 2 month old son inside Wracked with grief and guilt that he hadn t acted on the signs of Lisa s illness , Nick left behind his friends and family in the little town of Eden, CA and moved to New York Now, at the urging of an old friend who wants his house restored, Nick moves back to Eden Upon his arrival at his parents house, he is shocked to discover that his older brother, Gareth, is engaged to Kate, a one night stand he indulged in before his move I was disappointed that their first sexual encounter was never explained because the grieving widower miss goody two shoes did not equal a believable hookup in a bar, no less All we get to know is that they never exchanged names wtf and that Nick stole away when Kate fell asleep Despite the relative obscurity of their meaningless one night stand, Nick and Kate struggle to tamp down the intense, raging desire they feel for each other Unfortunately, they fight a losing battle and end up sleeping together When it s over, Kate decides she hates Nick for making her weak even though she made the first move , and has no plans to confess to Gareth or to break her engagement with him After all, she has always wanted a stable, loving family and that is what Gareth represents Andandshe loves him Awwwpoor Gareth He is a wonderful guy by all standardshandsome, personable, hard working, family oriented and very rooted True, he doesn t wear leathers, ride a Harley and ooze sex appeal like Nick, but he did absolutely nothing to warrant being cheated on My heart went out to Gareth when he found out his brother and fiancee were having an affair.SPOILERJust how did you plan on me finding out Gareth asked When he looked at her again, Kate flinched from the anger in his eyes Were you going to tell me over dinner some evening Or maybe you were going to tell me after we slept together Rage broke through the calm, putting a cutting edge to his voice Did you think I d take this kind of news better after a good screw That s enough Nick stepped between them, as if to physically protect Kate from the sharp bite of his words Enough Gareth looked at him, his eyes burning with rage and pain I don t think it s nearly enough He looked past Nick to Kate, who stood white faced and silent beneath the lash of his anger Is this why you ve been keeping me at arm s length he demanded I ve been worrying about your health, and the only thing wrong with you is that you re f ing my brother That s enough, Nick said again She s not the one to blame here We didn t It s not that way, Kate said You re pregnant with another man s baby my BROTHER S baby How the hell many ways can there be It only happened once, she offered, then winced at the stupidity of her words Oh, well that s all right then, Gareth said, his voice razor sharp and just as deadly If it was just once, then I guess I really don t have any reason to be upset, do ILame, thy name is Kate.Seriously, there was a major wrongdoing committed here I ve been following a thread atfor quite some time now about cheating heroes in romance novels and the unanimous feeling by readers is that in order for the male protagonist to regain hero status, grovelling is a must In fact, the majority feel that the success of the book is measured by the strength of the grovel The passage above is about the extent of Kate s grovelling Is she worthy of the term heroine Not in my opinion I see no reason for double standards when the roles are reversed.Schulze has a free flowing writing style lots of believable dialog, minimal scene description that gives her books a page turner tagyou get caught up in the story and can t seem to find a good spot to slip the bookmark in and walk away therefore, even though I wasn t in tune with the heroine, I was captivated with the story enough so that the book was never in jeopardy of becoming a DNF casualty Was I a tad impulsive buying 6 DS novels after reading only 1 Nahshe s got the formula down pat for my kind of contemporary herograde B alpha, fangless, unarmed and built like a brick s house That s my pleasure, guilty or otherwise p3.5

  2. Tina says:

    Bit of a dud from an author whom I normally really like Nothing really bad about it, just kinda boring especially with a plot line about a heroine who is about to marry a guy only to find out that she and his brother shared a one night 5 years earlier That should have had all kinds of angsty possibilities But I struggled to finish.

  3. Irene says:

    Finding love in the most unexpected places is one reason I love this book Understanding that the choices made during our childhood can limit the opportunities we can encounter in adulthood is essential if we want to be open with those people we choose to keep close to and in our hearts and homes There is one part of this book I would like a story written if it has not been, is about Kate s siblings.

  4. Kelly says:

    I devoured Home to Eden in about three hours The absolute perfect lazy Sunday afternoon read The characters were likeable for the most part, though I don t think that there was one whose life story didn t read like a script from Eastenders I didn t really get on with Kate, she was bit of a priss, but it certainly didn t detract from my enjoyment of the novel or of Nick Nick was certainly one of the better leading gentlemen that I have read about this year He bantered like a pro.The whol I devoured Home to Eden in about three hours The absolute perfect lazy Sunday afternoon read The characters were likeable for the most part, though I don t think that there was one whose life story didn t read like a script from Eastenders I didn t really get on with Kate, she was bit of a priss, but it certainly didn t detract from my enjoyment of the novel or of Nick Nick was certainly one of the better leading gentlemen that I have read about this year He bantered like a pro.The whole thing was lovely and sweet and obvious but thoroughly enjoyable