Alaskan Homecoming

Alaskan Homecoming

Teri Wilson / Feb 21, 2020

Alaskan Homecoming Second Chance ReunionBallet dancer Posy Sutton is only back in her hometown of Aurora Alaska until her injury heals It s a decision that d be easier to stick to if she didn t keep bumping into her c

  • Title: Alaskan Homecoming
  • Author: Teri Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780373818266
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Second Chance ReunionBallet dancer Posy Sutton is only back in her hometown of Aurora, Alaska, until her injury heals It s a decision that d be easier to stick to if she didn t keep bumping into her charming ex boyfriend, Liam Blake After six years, she should be over him but instead all she can see is the mistake she made when she left him She s not sure she can hanSecond Chance ReunionBallet dancer Posy Sutton is only back in her hometown of Aurora, Alaska, until her injury heals It s a decision that d be easier to stick to if she didn t keep bumping into her charming ex boyfriend, Liam Blake After six years, she should be over him but instead all she can see is the mistake she made when she left him She s not sure she can handle choosing between Liam and ballet a second time if Liam is even willing to risk his heart again When her time in Alaska is up, will she and Liam be part of the sweetest dance of all

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      • Teri Wilson

        Teri Wilson writes romance and women s fiction for Harlequin and Gallery Books Her novels UNLEASHING MR DARCY and THE ART OF US are now both Hallmark Channel Original Movies, and she currently has two other films in development with the Hallmark Channel Teri has also been a contributing writer at HelloGiggles and Teen Vogue, covering books and pop culture She writes an offbeat fashion column for the royal blog What Would Kate Do and is a frequent guest contributor for its sister site, Meghan s Mirror In 2017, she served as a national judge for the Miss United States pageant in Orlando, Florida Some of her favorite things are cute animals, vintage fashion and yoga Visit her at TeriWilson or on Twitter TeriWilsonAuthr.


    113 Comments

    1. Upbeat and fun -- a wonderful venue for this author's quirky sense of humour. She really knows how to make a reader smile. And swoon. But Alaskan Homecoming isn't all fun and games. There's definitely a serious side to Liam and Posy's romance. What do you do when a dream drifts from your grasp? Do you pursue it? Let go? Or adapt it to fit in with a new dream? A light-hearted book with plenty of food for thought. Can't get better than that.


    2. I would have given it 5 stars but I had such a hard time liking the main character, Posy. Also, I was waiting to hear more about how Liam wound up with Sundog. I was very surprised the Senior Pastor didn't give the Youth Pastor more information about who he hired. Seemed odd. I enjoyed everything else about the book.


    3. I really loved the first book in this Alaskan series by Teri Wilsonso I was really pleased to win this book in the series, and return to Aurora, Alaska.Since childhood ballet has been the most important thing in Posy Sutton's life.Her dream took her to San Francisco to dance with a ballet troupe.An injury brings her back to her hometown as she recovers from her injury, hoping she will be able to heal in time for audition for the principle dancer role coming up in a few weeks.A job teaching balle [...]


    4. I loved this book so hard! To be honest, it was such a relief to read a romance that developed naturally between high school sweethearts who are reunited after years apart -- a romance that didn't rely on getting the hero and heroine straight into bed but instead kindled the true love and attraction between them, as well as the real-life conflicts keeping them apart. Though it's billed as an "inspirational" romance, the only faith-based element is the fact that the hero is the youth pastor of th [...]


    5. Posy is a ballerina with great dreams of a promotion to be the lead dancer in her company in San Francisco. Her body has other plans as she finds herself injured in the beginning moments of a show. She finds herself returning to her old Alaskan hometown to recuperate and teach a class of young girls at the same time.Upon returning home she finds that she is to work with her ex-boyfriend, Liam, the man she left behind when she moved to the big city. They have some interesting times together and t [...]


    6. Alaskan Homecoming by Teri Wilson was a very good book. There were three before this book. Doesn't say it's a series. Since they are a year apart it is hard to remember them. BUTe minute a read about Palmer the stubborn reindeer sitting in the middle of the frozen pond, I remembered some of the other books. Palmer was in the books. Posy Sutton injured her ankle while at dancing in a ballet. She goes back home to recover. She ends up having to work with Liam Blake whom she left six years ago to d [...]


    7. Wow, just wow! All the feels! This book is a rollercoaster of emotions and I loved every second of it! I wish this book would have kept going! I NEED MORE! haha. I am seriously sad its over. I highly recommend everyone read this book! Can't wait to read more of Teri Wilson's books. This was my first one and I really liked the writing style, it was very easy to read and get into. Now go read this book!


    8. I Loved It!! I laughed out loud so many times the neighbors had to wonder what was happening in my apartment! I became attached to all the new characters and enjoyed seeing past ones. Her sense of humor is fabulous I just wish there had been more mention of how the Lord helped both these people come to realize their challenges and supported them through them.


    9. "This next installment in Wilson’s series contains a number of comical scenes between the flawed and relatable characters. Posy’s quest for perfection and search for a sense of belonging are common struggles" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).


    10. The summer of romance novels turned into the fall of romance novels. An injured ballerina, a dog, ALASKA, a ragtag group of kids putting on a youth group recitalis book is maximum cozy.



    11. I had a lot of trouble warming up to the main character, Posy, in this book. It was nice to go back and visit with characters from previous books, especially Palmer.


    12. Alaskan Homecoming by Teri Wilson is a cute and easy reading book. Story flows and comical scenes make this a very enjoyable read. I will read more by this author.


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