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Returning Home (The Alphas' Homestead Series Book 2) by [Jane, Alex]
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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.

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The Alphas’ Homestead Series – Book Two

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1922 KB
  • Print Length: 107 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Alex Jane; 1 edition (10 August 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01K8EFV7Y
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #320,251 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

After reading Home Is Where You Are, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this next installment. I was not disappointed. Returning Home is shorter than its predecessor but has no trouble returning you to the wonderful world of Caleb and Jacob. We're introduced to new and lively characters, all of whom we wish to know more about (and a couple you wish to shake senseless, if not outright strangle). As with any home-coming there are expectations and excitement, and the inevitable undercurrent of familial tension which always makes for great storytelling.

I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to Ms Jane's next offering in The Alphas' Homestead Series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Love Story ! 28 August 2016
By J.R. - Published on Amazon.com
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cob and Caleb are making the journey to be married in front of their respective packs. The two alphas, couldn't be happier. The children are even more excited to make the trip. If you don't count a case of nerves for both men, the trip seems to be going well. Unfortunately, Jacob's family makes a declaration that threatens to ruin everything.

Once again, the author has created an amazing story. As in the first book, it feels like I am a part of the period, it is so well constructed. But the heart and soul of this, is the love story, between Jacob and Caleb. It's the stuff that dreams are made of. I'd hitch my wagon to this star any day.
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth It 13 October 2016
By M - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this author's world building and character development. I was torn about buying book one, because the premise seemed like it would be amazing or brutally awful, and I am so glad curiosity won out and I gave this a shot. The characters are well-established with distinctive voices, their relationships feel real, and the world is interesting and unique. The pacing is good, and the editing is clean. I've reread this several times and enjoyed it every one. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.
5.0 out of 5 stars The Homestead Series 4 September 2016
By Nancy O - Published on Amazon.com
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Books 1 and 2 of this series are well-written, engaging, and emotional. The characters evolve throughout the books and are handled quite efficiently as well as elegantly. It is easy to picture all of the action and to empathise with Caleb, Jacob, and the children during their trials and tribulations. I highly recommend this series to readers who like novels that pull them in emotionally.
3.0 out of 5 stars Start with the first book it's still the best 23 August 2016
By Teddypig - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved the first book but even though I still enjoy reading about the main characters all the action and real emotional drama has already taken place in the first book and this felt like an epilogue that went on too long with far too many other characters keeping the story limping along. Hope the other books in the series get better this one was an ok revisit but not anywhere near as good.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful love story with twists, and some serious gray-area issues. 12 September 2016
By Tacitus Lector - Published on Amazon.com
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I liked this story and will probably continue with the series. It's well written and the romance between Jacob and Caleb is beautiful.

My only irritation with the story universe, and by extension the two main characters, is the casual acceptance they have of this genetic-lottery hierarchy they live under. Caleb and Jacob express virtually no sympathy, or barely any acknowledgement, that they live with a heinously unfair advantage simply because of how they were born. I read through the first two books of this series with almost nothing but sympathy for the so-called villain, Isaiah. I hope Isaiah gets some sort of forgiveness or at least acknowledgement in the later books, but it seems to me that his family brutally exiled him because he dared to show some emotion over an unfair, roll of the dice caste system that dictated his younger brother would one day be his ruler. Caleb, by his own admission, had no interest in the family business, and yet it would all be his one day to the exclusion of his older brother. I would be full of rage too.
The same goes for Jacob. While what Jacob's father did was quite abhorrent, Jacob still seems to show so sympathy or understanding for what it must be like to be a beta knowing that your own son will one day have more respect and authority than you simply because of how he was born. At one point, Jacob even suggests that his father has no authority in his own home or with his own family because he "isn't an Alpha." The whole thing is rather...icky elitist.
I hope this gets addressed in the later books and I especially hope to NOT see this hierarchy played out between young Tad and his older brother Ephraim. If it is, it will probably lead to me just flat out disliking Jacob and Caleb.

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