Review: At Home on Marigold Lane


True love deserves a second chance.

For family and marriage therapist Brianna MacLeod, moving back home to Highland Falls after a disastrous divorce feels downright embarrassing. Bri blames herself for missing the red flags in her relationship and worries she’s no longer qualified to do the job she loves. But helping others is second nature to Bri, and she soon finds herself counseling her roommate and her neighbor’s daughter. Bri just wasn’t expecting them to reunite her with her first love . . .

Caleb Scott knows his failed marriage has been tough on his stepdaughter, so he’s grateful she’s found someone to confide in . . . even if it’s Bri MacLeod. Seeing Bri brings up feelings he’d thought were long buried. He knows it’s not the right time for either of them to be rekindling a relationship but being with Bri feels right—like coming home. He’ll just have to convince her that risking her heart again might give them exactly what they both need . . . a second chance.

Rating: 5-stars


At Home on Marigold Lane by Debbie Mason is a wonderful story of second chances and taking risks. I love a good tale that leaves both characters in a dilemma and wondering what if. Their attraction never died yet they are dealing with a previous breakup. Plus, there is much more than just their two hearts at stake. A perfect journey of new beginnings, rekindling old relationships, and finding oneself. Plus, the romance was amazing. The sparks, dialogue, and charming characters make this worth reading. Debbie Mason has once again lured me into her dazzling world of fiction. I love her characters and the unforgettable journeys she has created. Sweet, addicted, and cozy, this is for fans of contemporary fiction.

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