A kidnapping shattered their family… Bringing Rosie Home by Loree Lough #Harlequin #Romance @PrismBookTours

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Bringing Rosie Home
(By Way of the Lighthouse, #2)
by Loree Lough
Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 384 pages
January 1st 2018 by Harlequin Heartwarming

A kidnapping shattered their family…

Rena and Grant VanMeter lived every parent’s worst nightmare when their preschool daughter was abducted. Riddled with guilt and hoping time apart would help them heal, Rena made the hardest decision of her life. But stunning news reunites her with Grant. Rosie has been found.

Putting up a united front for their child’s sake isn’t as easy as they thought. Grant hasn’t forgiven Rena for taking her eyes off Rosie for a few critical seconds. And Rena has yet to forgive herself. But their little girl needs them more than ever…

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Rena VanMeter

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Rena VanMeter volunteered to chaperone a preschool field trip, and as she saved another child in her care from falling into the bull’s pen, her own little girl was kidnapped. Guilt—and Grant’s anger at her—sent her to Fenwick Island: Separation, she hopes, will save her marriage…because hope is all she has left. When Rosie is found, she leaves the oceanside town, determined to provide a stable home for her traumatized daughter…and determined to save her crumbling marriage.

If you could ask Rena one question, what would it be?

— Loree



Other Books in the Series

The Man She Knew
(By Way of the Lighthouse, #1)
by Loree Lough
Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 384 pages
June 1st 2017 by Harlequin Heartwarming

Don’t they both deserve a second chance?

Fourteen years ago, one reckless act cost Ian Sylvestry everything, including the girl he planned to marry. Since then, he has fought hard to turn his life around. Returning to his Baltimore town after serving a prison term was the first step. Winning back Maleah Turner’s trust is a far more daunting challenge. From their first sparks-flying reunion, it’s obvious they still have powerful feelings for each other. In fact, they might be even stronger together now. But if their second chance is going to work, Maleah has to believe that Ian is a changed man. She really wants to believe…but she simply isn’t convinced.

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About the Author

Bestselling author LOREE LOUGH once sang for her supper, performing across the U.S. and Canada. Now and then, she blows the dust from her 6-string to croon a tune or two, but mostly, she writes novels that have earned hundreds of industry and “Readers’ Choice” awards, 4- and 5-star reviews, and 7 book-to-movie options. The Man She Knew, #1 in her “By Way of the Lighthouse” series, her 3rd for Harlequin Heartwarming, is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Harlequin.com.


Tour Schedule

January 8th:
The Power of Words
It’s All About the Romance
Katie’s Clean Book Collection
January 9th:
Rockin’ Book Reviews
Becky on Books
Rainy Day Reviews
The Bookworm Chronicles
January 10th:
Janice’s Book Reviews
Paulette’s Papers
Heidi Reads…
Hearts & Scribbles
January 11th:
Leels Loves Books
Book Lover in Florida
Among the Reads
Teatime and Books
January 12th:
Inside The Mind of an Avid Reader
Nicole’s Book Musings
Thoughts of a Blonde
underneath the covers
January 13th: Grand Finale

Tour Giveaway

– Two winners will receive a print copy of BRINGING ROSIE HOME (US only)
– Three winners will receive an ebook of BRINGING ROSIE HOME (open internationally)
– Ends January 17th

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15 thoughts on “A kidnapping shattered their family… Bringing Rosie Home by Loree Lough #Harlequin #Romance @PrismBookTours

  1. This one might be up my alley, though is the first part needed to be read for the second one or are they standalone? I’ve feeling they’re the latter.

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    1. I believe they’re standalone novels, Fanna. Tough subject, but I agree, this sounds like a good read. 🙂
      Thanks for stopping by!

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      1. You’re welcome and yup, added to my TBR 🙂


    1. Thank you, Michael! Have a lovely day!


  2. Oooh! Jacqui, I have to consider whether I can read a book like this. So scary and I have kids…

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    1. Yeah, that’s what I thought, too. I can’t imagine the terror and what it would do to a family to lose a child that way. Horrifying.
      I’ve read a few recent reports on children that have been found years later and often they don’t remember their real parents- or their memories are hazy. Hard on everyone involved.
      I give to the Child Find program in our country every year; the stats for missing children scare the heck out of me!
      There’s a lot of valuable information on this site to protect your children: http://www.childfindbc.com/about-us/


  3. This book sounds so good!I would love to read it!

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    1. Agreed! Since this is Harlequin Heartwarming you can be assured of a happy ending 🙂


  4. An incredibly scary thought for all parents. But I really enjoyed the excerpt and Harlequin is known for the HEA’s , and that’s what I eant to read Thank you for the giveaway chance.
    Carol Luciano
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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    1. Yes, I probably couldn’t get into a story like this without the reassurance the Harlequin label ensures a happy ending.
      Best of luck, Carol!


    1. Thanks for sharing Bringing Rosie Home with your readers!


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