Coming Home by Jane Suen was a beautiful but emotional book. It’s a great length for a Friday night read! We get to see the continuation (four months later) of the 2 main characters Connor and Mary Ann. This book also introduces new characters to the story and has multiple POVs. Even though it’s set in the winter time around Christmas I feel like it would be great any time of year. Jane Suen has done an outstanding job writing this book!
Coming Home by Jane Suen is the sequel to Flowers in December. The second installment was just as good of read as the first. This book had such a heart warming story. Small towns and going back home are always my favorite reads. I couldn’t put it down. These are some of my favorite characters in a long time, and I hope we get to see more of them in the future. I really like this author and can’t wait to read what this author writes next. I give this book a solid 5 stars.
Review by @amandarae6884
Coming Home (Flowers in December #2)
By Jane Suen
Coming Home by Jane Suen is the second installment of the Flowers of December series. It is the continuation of the Connor Norton’s story. He has come back to his hometown during the Christmas holiday, after grieving the loss of his mother. Tom, Connor’s mom’s cat, has been helping him during the grieving process. While in town, he is reunited with Mary Ann, which he would love to rekindle their relationship. Mary Ann is currently in a relationship with someone else, but could a Christmas miracle bring her and Connor back together? This is a short read with a great storyline that will keep you engaged until he end. Keep the tissues handy for this emotional story about love, healing and forgiveness. I highly recommend this series and look forward to more great books by Jane Suen.
Coming Home by Jane Suen
Coming Home: The Sequel To Flowers in December is by Jane Suen. This is the continuation of Connor’s story as he comes home for Christmas. This book could be read as a standalone, but I would highly recommend that you read is in order to get the full story. This is a feel good romance, full of up and downs. I was hooked on the very first page and couldn’t put it down until the last. The ups and downs gave me all the feels and I truly enjoyed this story. I highly recommend this book, series and author.
Coming Home by Jane Suen
This story picks up four months after the first book (Flowers in December) ends. Our characters go through so many changes from the first book. These characters continue on their journey of life dealing with change, growth, grief, and love. I loved reading more about our characters and meeting others. I have to admit that I am a bit upset with Connor, and his failure to communicate with loved ones. I was happy to read more about these characters!
This novel was really beautiful and sweet i was captivated but that didn’t surprise me the author writes in such a magical way i knew as soon as i started this story i would be completely lost in the words. The journey was so enjoyable i got so caught up in their world i just couldn’t set it down. I love that it has that cozy Christmas feeling while reading it, it do take you on a incredible journey full of love, happiness, sadness and forgiveness. I certainly can’t wait to read more!
Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December
By: Jane Suen
5 out of 5 stars
The story Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen is a wonderful book that I loved reading. It is the continuing story of Connor Norton. It tells about those he spends time with when he comes home for the holidays. This book is such an emotional one and I found myself with misty eyes at times and a smile on my face at others. It is a story that will pull you in from the very beginning and you won’t want to put down until it is finished. I found myself thinking about the book and characters even after I had read the last page. It is such a joy to read about Connor, Alana, Dottie, and Mary Ann. The author has weaved a story that you feel in both your heart and soul. What do the holidays have in store for the characters? Read this book to find out. This is an amazing tale that you don’t want to miss out on. I highly recommend reading it.
COMING HOME The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen
Indecisive people make me twitch. Lie make up your mind. These are life altering decisions here people. Not just where you want to eat. But who could possibly share your life with forever. Conner had me irritated through most of the book. Mary Ann was a little flighty to me. Ron moved too slow. I did like the message Connor tried to get everyone to see. He knew that family was important and that with a little help misunderstandings could be fixed. The author did a great job with bring the lives of the characters together. Shining a spot light on forgiveness.
Review by @gguerrero89
Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen has us catching up with Connor. He moves back to his hometown after he quits his job after the death of his mother. There so much that happens just after he gets back into town, including reconnecting with a neighbor after a significant amount of time.
Connor still doesn’t seem to have all of his timing in life back but he’s slowly getting there. But as anyone who has lost someone special the first of everything is the hardest and this is Connor’s first Christmas without his Mama.
I’m hoping to see more of Connor and to see if his timing with a young lady improves to the point of being in tune.
I have enjoyed the series so far even if there are some down parts.
Coming Home : The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen. I highly recommend reading the first book as this book picks up four months after the end of book one. This is the continuation of the first book and we find Connor still trying to come to terms with the passing of his mother. He’s going through the process trying to find a way to move forward and how to mend broken bridges.my emotions were all over the place and I found myself not wanting to put it down until I finished. Find out what happens next I highly recommend reading this Book. I look forward to reading more from this Author.