Going Home

Going Home Thalia Allen has lost her mind At least that s what her granddaughter thinks And what her friends think Sometimes she thinks so too How could she have invited a homeless man to move into her house

  • Title: Going Home
  • Author: Evelyn Palfrey
  • ISBN: 9780965419048
  • Page: 363
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  • Thalia Allen has lost her mind At least that s what her granddaughter thinks And what her friends think Sometimes, she thinks so , too How could she have invited a homeless man to move into her house During her thirty year career, sometimes only her spdream of retirement and traveling the world kept her sane That dream was dashed only months into her retirement what sThalia Allen has lost her mind At least that s what her granddaughter thinks And what her friends think Sometimes, she thinks so , too How could she have invited a homeless man to move into her house During her thirty year career, sometimes only her spdream of retirement and traveling the world kept her sane That dream was dashed only months into her retirement what she assumed custody of teenaged, and wild, Mishay Two years later, they have settled into a routine of constant school and church activities.Hurricane Katrina blew into New Orleans Then the levees broke, flooding the city As its disbelieving residents suffered unspeakable horror, the rest of the nation watched the governments impotent response Thousands of Americans gave aid and comfort in ways big and small More than 4,000 evacuees found shelter in Austin Convention Center At her pastor s urging, Thalia volunteers at the shelter, dragging a reluctant Mishay along.Joe Lambert just wants to go home Living in a shelter and wearing other people s clothes has rubbed him raw A proud man who works for what he wants, joe refuses to accept handouts and pity When Thalia offers him work he jumps on it But when he she invites him to move into her home, even Joe wonders if she has lost her mind.

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    • Going Home is a contemporary romance story set in Austin, Texas. The heroine, retired office worker, Thalia Allen specializes in taking in orphans—her granddaughter Mishay and a father/son combo, Joe Lambert and Kyobe, who ended up in Austin after Hurricane Katrina ran them out of New Orleans.The story opens with a snapshot of Thalia and Mishay in their routine home/school/church/life activities; a routine that quickly alters when Thalia allows Joe and Kyobe to move into her home. Thus starts [...]


    • Going Home by Evelyn Palfrey is a romance, but probably not your typical romance. Yes, there's a man and a woman leading the story. But as Evelyn Palfrey says on the cover, she writes romance novels for the marvelously mature.Thalia Allen has recently retired after 30 years on the job. She dreams of traveling, but then Hurricane Katrina invades New Orleans. Thalia doesn't live in New Orleans, though. She lives in Austin, Texas. But as the refugees begin to escape to the shelter in her home town, [...]


    • Thalia Allen was a good women with a big heart. She was raising her granddaughter, she volunteered at school and her church. When the Katrina survivors came to Austin with her pastors urging she volunteered to help along with her feisty granddaughter Mishay. Her Mishay gets to be in charge of something and she loves it. Joe Lambert just wants to go home and here is where the story begins. Will Joe get home. What happens to Mishay and Thalia,s life?This is a good feel good book that makes you lau [...]


    • This is a charming and heartwarming story set in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The characters are real and well-portrayed and it's easy to feel empathy for all of them. The mature age romance of Thalia and Joe is deftly handled and never descends into mawkish sentimentality. All the ends are neatly tied up in a happy-ever-after ending, which may not have worked in another book, but in this book the story demands it and it's what the reader wants.


    • Ms. Evelyn put her foot in this one. This story isn't just about Katrina survivors; its about family relationships, love, and so much more. I am praying she has a sequel.


    • Great Romamce!This would be a great movie to make for TV. It was an easy read that held my attention from beginning to end.



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