Anita Higman's Novel: Home at Last

Title:  Home at Last
Author:  Anita Higman
Pages:  192
Year:  2013
Publisher:  Heartsong Presents
While it is true that this is a love story, it is also true that within the pages are deeper truths.  Olivia was orphaned and in a foster home that you would have to read about to believe.  She had always longed for a home, but even with her heartbreak home life it was there in the darkest of nights that God spoke to her.  Now, as an adult, she is learning to listen to him, talk to him and wait for His direction in her life.
Twenty years ago Noah left his home after losing his mother and after having a verbal battle with his father; now, he has returned.  His plan is to talk things out with his father in the hopes that reconciliation can be made between them.  Who he finds instead is what starts the journey of learning the meaning of love and home.
Like the characters in the story our past is a part of us, but it doesn’t have to define our present or future.  In God, we can find healing along with allowing Him to lead us through the tests and trials of life.  I loved that the characters were older in the story and not teenagers.  It brings forth the aspect of hope and a future that is different from the days of long ago.
In a few hours of time, you can read and enjoy the novel penned Anita Higman, and when you’re done, share the novel with someone else.  Perhaps consider giving a copy as a gift to someone close or the library for others to read.  This is a great story with a message that rings true in the heart of readers!
My rating is 5 stars.
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