My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It's 1919, and Garth McAlister returns from to England to be reunited with his family after fighting in the Great War. But his heart is still in Canada with his sweetheart, Emma Lafferty. It's been four months since he has heard from Emma, and he is determined to return to Canada and discover if she still loves him or has given her heart to another. The ten-year-search for his youngest sister Grace continues, and the family is stunned to receive a letter from Grace, who is now almost eighteen and living in Toronto, Canada. Follow the heart-tugging story of these young adult British Home Children as they seek to be reunited with those they love.
I enjoyed the first book from Carrie Turansky’s McAlister Family series, No Ocean Too Wide. I was excited to have the opportunity to read number two, No Journey Too Far. I was far from being disappointed. This one tops my favorites I have read by her to date. It was so very good. I enjoyed the light mystery and suspense. It was entertaining to be transported back in time to the post World War I era. I had no problem spending the day with all of these characters. I loved it!
No Journey Too Far is getting a very well deserved five plus stars from me. I highly recommend to for readers who enjoy reading historical romance. I can not wait to get my hands on book three from the McAlister Family series.
I received a copy of No Journey Too Far from the author, but was not required to write a review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.
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