Title: Returning Home (Alpha’s Homestead #2)
Author: Alex Jane
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: August 12th 2016
Genre(s): M/M Paranormal / Historical / Romance
Page Count: 107 pages
Reviewed by: Belen
Heat Level: 2.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5
Three years after Jacob Carpenter landed on Caleb Fletcher’s doorstep, the Alpha mates return to the city they grew up in to be married.
Aside from the sheer exhaustion of traveling across the country with three children in tow, both men step foot back in New York filled with apprehension about what kind of reception they will receive from their families after abandoning their respective packs.
At first it seems they are welcomed home with open arms and much excitement about their wedding but it soon becomes clear that not everyone is so happy to see the prodigal sons return.
Indeed, Caleb finds himself wondering if Jacob will go through with the ceremony at all, or whether it would be better to pack up his mate and their children, and head back to Nebraska before the situation does irreparable damage to them both.
Sometimes you have to leave a place to realize it’s exactly where you ought to be.
This sequel did not disappoint.
Sweet, family focused, with a little bit of angst thrown in. I’m really enjoying this historical shifter series.
It’s definitely been original in the shifter dynamics, and the family stuff is familiar enough, and the writing smooth enough, to make this an easy, entertaining read.