Coming Home by Michelle St. James
Publication Date: December 16, 2020
Finn Murphy isn’t like his brothers.
While they started an organization dedicated to off-the-books justice, Finn traveled the world. While they got rich, Finn kept his life simple, traveling solo and trying to forget the family tragedy that shaped them all. But when his host family in a small village is unexplainably slaughtered, Finn can’t let it go. Returning home after over six years isn’t easy, but his brothers are the only ones he knows who can help him find answers.No problem: just a quick stop in Boston to figure things out, then he’s back on the road. It’s a promise he means to keep — until he lays eyes on Elise Berenger.
Elise Berenger has been forged by fire.
Finally, the girl I’ve been waiting for. Elise!!
I wasn’t surprised at how fast I was sucked into this story. Finn Murphy and Elise Beringer are two very interesting people. Finn has been off exploring the world, more like running from his family, for the last 8 years and Elise has been through so many traumatic things. I love being sucked into a great story about truly deserving people. I truly loved this book. I thought everything about it was enticing and kept me glued to my seat. I have been waiting to hear both Finn and Elsie‘s stories and I’m really excited to see where this goes.
I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review.
About the Author:
Michelle St. James aka Michelle Zink is the author of twenty published books and seven novellas. Her first series, Prophecy of the Sisters (YA), was one of Booklist’s Top Ten Debut novels. Her work has also been an Indie Next selection and has appeared on prestigious lists such as the Lonestar List, New York Public Library’s Stuff for the Teen Age, and Chicago Public Library’s Best of the Best. Her character, Alice, won the Teen Read Awards for Best Villain against Harry Potter’s Lord Voldemort. She lives in New York with too many teenagers and too many cats.