The Long Road Home
Contemporary Romance / Romantic Suspense
You can take the warrior out of the fight, but not the fight out of the warrior. With the military behind them, these heroes battle uncertain futures as they travel the long road home. Each book is a complete story with an HEA.
My Heart's Home (Book 1)
My Heart's Home by Kris Michaels
At forty years old, Chief Master Sergeant Cameron Freeland is starting over. He's not even sure where home's going to be. But that could all change when Cam's new job as a special investigator takes him to the cardboard cottages of the homeless, where he meets a struggling single mom and the little girl with the big green eyes.
Home to Stay (Book 2)
Home to Stay by Maryann Jordan
After a medical discharge from the Army, a new job offer with a prestigious security firm might lead John Roster to the future he wants. A threat against a local school and the kids who've been writing him letters thrusts him into the role of protector. Keeping their history teacher safe is his mission… earning her love is his goal. And a soldier never quits.
Finding Home (Book 3)
Finding Home by Abbie Zanders
When Jaxson Adams is forced out of the service on a medical discharge, he returns to his hometown to find that very little has changed. The problem is, he has. Then he finds the letters that change everything he thought he knew about his family. They provide a new mission—to discover the truth, right decades-old wrongs in the process—and maybe even find his heart in the process.
Home Again (Book 4)
Home Again by Caitlyn O'Leary
At eighteen, Sebastian joined the Navy to run away from the pain, the confusion, the terror and the guilt. Now it's time to finally come to terms with his past. Can he solve the mystery that has haunted him for years and set things right before it crumbles down around him and the woman who’s become entangled in his mess?
Home Front (Book 5)
Home Front by Cat Johnson
The only luck he has these days in rotten luck. While he waits to see if he'll heal enough to get back on his SEAL team, he takes a temporary gig as body guard for a singer so famous even he'd heard of her. And guard her body he did. Day . . . and night. His new boss probably didn't have protection that close or that personal in mind. And he wasn't supposed to fall for her.