Coming Home by Annette Lyon

January 4, 2013 | 2 Comments
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Five women became fast friends when their husbands were deployed to Afghanistan. But as they welcome the soldiers home, what should be a joyful time soon becomes painful.

Kim, who had a baby while her husband was away, knows how to be a mother but has forgotten how to be a wife. Nora, accustomed to taking care of herself during the long years of her husband’s absence, resents having to forfeit her independence. Jess’s already troubled marriage turns dangerous, while Brenda struggles to manage her husband’s psychological trauma. And Marianne faces her crushing loss, compounded with worry over wayward children.

Each woman must draw upon her bond of friendship and faith to find the strength, courage, and insight needed to move forward, proving that even the hardest of trials cannot break this loyal band of sisters.

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Title: Coming Home (Band of Sisters #2)

Author: Annette Lyon

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: January 2, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621083191

Size: 238 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General, Women’s Issues

Series: Band of Sisters (book 1)



2 responses to “Coming Home by Annette Lyon

  1. I really liked this book because it felt real to me. I could feel the emotions of so many different aspects about how it would feel to send my hubby off to war. This book (and the previous one) did a great job in addressing the different issues that the women left behind face, as well as the different things soldiers go through. Great job!!

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