Take Me Home is a beautiful story about second chances, family and community bonds. When a friend leaves two orphaned boys in her care, Senior Constable Abigail Taylor faces many new challenges. Including the arrival of her estranged husband, Roman, who believes she and the boys might be in danger. Add in floods, storms, runaways and the quirky characters who reside in Bindarra Creek, and this is an entertaining, heartwarming read. Roman is an irresistible hero with a big heart and is gorgeous in every way possible. Abi is tough, resilient and broken in a way only Roman can fix. I love that these two received everything they'd dreamed of in their HEA.
This first book in the new Bindarra creek does not disappoint - it's always great to go back to revisit familiar characters and familiar places in books - and in this Take Me Home does not disappoint. Skilfully interwoven in the story is a tale of heartbreak and broken dreams, as Abby and Roman learn to accept that their future may not be what they dreamed it would be when they were newlyweds, but life often gives them the chance to form new dreams. Susanne Gilchrist weaves a great story that I couldn't put down until I finished it in the early hours of the morning. The very best accolade for any book. Can't wait for the rest of this series.