Carry Me Home

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  • ebook
  • 43 pages
  • Carry Me Home
  • Alexa Bourne
  • English
  • 15 September 2019

Carry Me HomeAfter Six Months In The City, Mary MacDougall Returns To The Scottish Highlands To Finalize Her Divorce Because Of A Past Tragedy, She Doubts Her Husband Jamie Can Possibly Love Her With The Same Unbridled Passion As Before And Insists Ending The Marriage Is Best For Both Of Them But Jamie Has Other IdeasJamie MacDougall Has No Intention Of Letting His Bonnie Lass Go At Least Not Without A Fight Aye, They Ve Suffered Heartache, And She May Be Ready To Call It Quits, But He Refuses To Throw Away The Partnership They Ve Built Since They Were Children Instead, He Ll Remind Her They Were Meant To Be Together, ForeverCan This Marriage Survive Pride And Grief To Allow Love To Carry Them Home

15 thoughts on “Carry Me Home

  1. Brunette Librarian says:

    Find the full review and other great things from the The Brunette Librarian s Blog here A cute, quick novella featuring the Scottish Highlands and a fractured relationship between a couple who has been through than imaginable pain, Bourne takes us on an incredibly sweet journey in a few short pages Mary has left her husband and best friend after the loss of their child Feeling unappreciated and deeply depressed, she doesn t feel as if the chasm that has developed between the two can ever be crossed and leaves Jamie, her husband, doesn t understand how the separation has been created nor does he know how he can bring his wife back When Mary returns home after six months wanting a divorce, Jamie knows he has to do something drastic to win her back Through a series of dates, dinners, and remembrances about their time together, Jamie eventually of course convinces Mary that their relationship can be saved and is worth the work A sweet story that I read quickly, this story had a bit of everything A tad naughty, with a rich emotional story about two people finding their way again after catastrophe This is the first Alexa Bourne book I ve read but most definitely will not be my last The only negative I can think of was that the length was relatively short for the amount of money that was paid, so be prepared.

  2. Sassy Moms Say Read Romance says:

    Thanks to Decadent Publishing and Alexa Bourne for giving me the chance to read this story What I didn t know or realize was that I should have read this one before Silent Surrender which was reviewed here While it is not extremely important to read this first, it kinda spoiled it for me since I knew what was going to happen Since I read Silent Surrender first, I already liked Jamie and Mary both, but I am glad that I got to read their story It actually answered a lot of questions that I had after reading Silent Surrender My favorite part of this story was watch Jamie fight to get Mary back It also shows how lack of communication can tear people apart when they need each other the most I was swooning over some of the things Jamie did Now my question for Alexa Can you write about the MacDougall brothers

  3. Cheryl says:

    I started reading Alexa s books last year I like that they are all set in the UK and yet they are contemporary Which tends to be rare in romance This book was a short sweet happy ending type of book that was just perfect to read before bedtime The thing that I liked most about the book was that the author did not make the characters daft to other s feelings or situations She threw them together and had them work it out I like smart books with smart characters that don t run around 50 pages making stupid mistakes or being oblivious These are cool characters, in a cool setting and all I can say is I could have kept reading..

  4. Irene says:

    I love Alexa Bourne s Glenhalish stories Normally I go on and on about the hero s sexy accent or the beautiful descriptions of the Scottish countryside I could do that here, too those things are there But what overwhelmed me in this book was the poignant story of Mary and Jamie s grief We all think of couples clinging together in times of stress, but in real life it is all too easy for one or both partners to shut themselves off from comfort The church scene in this story moved me to tears This is a beautiful and believable story of two people finding each other again.

  5. Romancing the Book says:

    Reviewed by VictoriaBook provided by Decadent Publishing Review originally posted at Romancing the BookCarry Me Home is the first book in the Tease Entice series by Alexa Bourne I chose this book because it was set in Scotland and I wanted to read it No other reason I also like men with Scottish accents.Mary left the city she grew up in and moved away from her husband and family to Edinburgh to get over the past She wants a divorce from her husband Jamie because she thinks he resents her for the tragedy She is so wrapped up in her grief and upset that she is oblivious to those around her.Jamie s is left coping when his wife left him He loves her but throws himself in his business that he shares with his siblings that he runs the Mary pushed him away Jamie is a stubborn man, he does not want to let the best thing in his life slip through his fingers.The chemistry is blistering hot The sex scenes were sizzling hot Overall, I loved this book, but I wished the ending was a little flushed out It seemed rushed a bit It was not until the last few paragraphs that the story finally wrapped up.

  6. Natalija says:

    This was my first book by Alexa Bourne and I ended up loving it Let me start by saying that I m a sucker for marriage in trouble stories There s just something deeply satisfying about couples who still love each other and will do whatever they can to save the marriage I don t want to give away the main reason that tore Mary and Jamie apart, but there was a scene that actually made me cry, which doesn t happen very often With that said, I highly recommend reading this one