Finding Home

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Julie denied Trucker for as long as possible, but in time formed a connection that felt unworldly. From the day he first laid eyes on her, the elusive Trucker had been consumed with Julie—who he loved beyond reason. However, Trucker had no right to love. After all, love is a foreign concept to a demon. With him, Julie faced a hard decision. Was the price of sin more than she was willing to pay? More

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About J.W. Phillips

J.W. is a stay at home mom with 2 on-the-go kids, an amazing husband, and 1 lovable dog. She lives in a small town in Tennessee, where she enjoys writing, reading, and talking. She was told from a young age that her dreams of writing were ludicrous. However, after a talk with her daughter she pulled out her old laptop and rediscovered her desire to tell stories. She doesn’t consider herself an author, more a teller of tall tales.

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Finding Home
Julie Emison never believed in demons, ghouls, or things that go bump in the night. Trucker Castleman never believed in love. Imagine their surprise when they discovered each other.

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Review by: Luciana Erwin on Dec. 22, 2013 :
This was an awesome book. I was hooked from the very beginning. I love books that make me feel like I am part of the story.
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Review by: Mary White on Dec. 21, 2013 :
I love to read and read two or three books a week. But with this book I could not stop thinking about it. I read it so much that my hubby was jealous saying I was more obsessed over Trucker Castleman than him. I truly could not put the book down.

I love how J.W. described all the characters, especially Trucker and all of 'his' kind. She left me guessing the first part of the book, is he this or this. I also love how she expressed in great detail every emotion Julie felt. When she hurt you hurt for her. Julie experienced a lot of pain. She looses the person she always depended on. If you have ever been through something like that all the pain and sorrow you once felt comes back, because she described it in such detail.

It is a young adult book and suitable for any young person to read. But I am no young person and I loved it as much or more than any book I have read in a long time
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