May 24, 2017

Review of The Homecoming of Reece Flynn by Mallary Mitchell

The Homecoming of Reece Flynn cover imageTitle: The Homecoming of Reece Flynn

Author: Mallary Mitchell

Publisher: White Rose Publishing

Book Description:

Having escaped from a bad marriage Molly has no plans to venture back into the dating world. But when Reece Flynn drives through her father’s church—literally, that is—he crashes into her life like no other man ever has. It’s crazy to think a man like Reece would be interested in a woman like her, but why would God allow her to meet him if Reece wasn’t meant for her?

With his singing career in shambles, Reece Flynn relocates to Piney Mountain, North Carolina where he’s assigned a long hitch of community service. Reece is restless, always searching, but no matter what he gets, it’s not enough. He hopes to find some peace and quiet in Piney Mountain, but instead he finds Molly Harmon.

Could what he feels be love?


Molly Harmon is a preacher’s daughter with a disastrous mistake in her past. To keep from making the same mistake again, she throws herself into volunteer work. Unfortunately, she can’t say no when someone asks for help, and she stretches herself too thin as a result.

Popular country singer Reece Flynn is given community service for the accident where he drove into a church. His life was changed by the accident he was lucky to survive, and now he’s trying to learn about his past in an attempt to find direction in his future.

Amazing descriptions and vibrant characters draw the reader into this story and take them on a wild ride of emotion and self-discovery. Molly and Reece are realistically portrayed, and I quickly fell in love with both characters. Throughout the book, I found myself hoping they could move beyond their pasts and get together, but every time it looked like they’d realize they loved each other something came between them, whether it was Molly’s fears or Reece’s need to know where he came from or something else.

The Homecoming of Reece Flynn is a story that speaks to a variety of people, from those struggling to find their way to those who have been hurt and are afraid of getting hurt again. The Christianity is woven in naturally and is a key element to the story without being overpowering or preachy. A touch of humor perfectly balances the serious issues discussed in the course of the story. This is one book that will definitely leave readers sighing happily at the end.

Disclaimer: I received a free uncorrected ARC of this book from the publisher. All opinions stated in this review are my own and based solely on the contents of the ARC and my experience reading it.

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