About the Book
Book: Unfortunate Homecoming
Author: Sherri Wilson Johnson
Genre: Christian Contemporary Romantic Suspense
Release date: April 5, 2022
Renovating the old family home and living on the quiet Magnolia River in Magnolia Springs, Alabama sounded perfect to Shaun Bartley. But when trespassing treasure hunters threaten not only his life but his ex-wife’s life too, will he fight for what is his or forfeit the fortune in order to save their lives?
After ten years on the Okefenokee Swamp as a fishing guide, Shaun Bartley returns home to conduct tours on the Magnolia River and to renovate his great great-grandfather’s old home. When Deputy Fire Marshal and volunteer fire fighter Sierra Beaumont, Shaun’s ex-wife, warns him about deadly treasure hunters who will kill for a chance to explore his property, he thinks she’s trying to run him out of town. When he discovers she’s pregnant with twins by her recently deceased second husband, Shaun can’t help but want to be there for her. But Sierra’s heart has been broken twice, and she’d rather raise the children alone than be abandoned again.
Shaun must deal with his past and find a way for Sierra to forgive him or risk losing any chance he may have at winning back her heart. Since keeping her safe means keeping her far from his home and the trespassers, yet she is the Fire Marshal assigned to his case, it will take a miracle for them to survive.
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About the Author
Sherri Wilson Johnson is an Inspirational Romance novelist and graphic designer. She lives in Georgia with her husband and their two dogs, and they are empty-nesters. Sherri loves spending time with family, vacationing at the beach, curling up with a good book or working on her current work-in-progress. She dreams of a second home on some beach somewhere some day, where she can plot romantically suspenseful novels all day and night.
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Unfortunate Homecoming is comprised of many of my favorite things: Historic houses, a water source (river, lake or the ocean—it doesn’t matter!), men with beards, strong female heroines who get things done while still being tender, a murder or crime of some sort, and faith! Oh, and a secret that takes until the end of the book to figure out. I love a good mystery and a page-turning suspense. I hope this story is that for you!
This is book three in my Jeopardized Reunions series, which is set in the Mobile Bay area of Alabama. This particular story is set in Magnolia Springs, Alabama, a gorgeous, quaint town with less than 1,000 residents. It’s a dreamy place that I was fortunate enough to visit while on my vacation in August of 2021, and I will return there next week for a book signing at the local library.
My heroine is a Deputy Fire Marshall and a Lieutenant in the Magnolia Springs Volunteer Fire Department. I was thrilled when a Lieutenant who helped me with my research invited me for a tour of the actual fire department in my book. What was even more exciting was the fact that while I was there on the tour, they got a call and left me at the station! I promise I didn’t get into too much trouble, haha! The smalltown charm was definitely present and so authentic that day.
You can see my pictures and video from my visit here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CSuoaEVp53p/
I hope you will consider checking out Unfortunate Homecoming and the other books in the series, all set on Mobile Bay and all written as standalones. The common thread? They are all reunion romances. So while my characters have a past that tore them apart, they have the promise of a future.
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Unfortunate Homecoming is part of Sherri Wilson Johnson’s Jeopardized Reunions series. I thought it was a pretty good read. I enjoyed taking a trip to Magnolia Springs, Alabama and meeting up with Shaun and Sierra. There is an element of the faith and the power of forgiveness that so many of us need to learn from. I liked the addition of the mystery and suspense that held my attention from start to finish. I had to keep reading to find out how it would all end.
I am giving Unfortunate Homecoming four and a half stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy reading clean suspense. I look forward to reading the other books from the Jeopardized Reunions series.
I received a digital copy of Unfortunate Homecoming from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.
Thank you for sharing your review of Unfortunate Homecoming, I like the cover and synopsis and am looking forward to reading this book and series myselfReplyDelete
I like the cover and the book sounds like a thrilling, edge of my seat that I will enjoy reading! Thanks for sharing it with me! Thanks, Locks, Hooks and Books, for sharing your review! Have a spectacular week!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your review, the book sounds goodReplyDelete
Suspense is my favorite! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your wonderful review!ReplyDelete
There are so many challenges and danger for these two characters, it will be interesting to see how they reunite as a couple.ReplyDelete
Nice cover. It sounds like a really interesting book. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the kind review!ReplyDelete