New Release & Review: Finding Home by K.L. Humphreys

Title: Finding Home
Author: K.L. Humphreys
Genre: New Adult/Romantic Suspense
Release Date: February 21, 2019

“I will say that there is some sensitive subjects on this novel but the author really handled them beautifully. 5 stars #2OCCJD” – 2OCC Reviews

Wow! This book took me completely off guard!” – Cassie Ashford

“It was a roller coaster of emotions and also had draw dropping moments.” – Lauren (Goodreads)

How do you go home when home is gone?
I’ve paid my dues for protecting someone I love.
In return my family, my life, and my freedom—all taken from me.
When a friend calls in a favor, I go from nothing…to having a job and a place to live.
A fresh start brings something more; a woman who brings out my protective instincts.
She’s been hurt—it’s written all over her.
There’s one thing for sure, I want her.
And I vow that nothing will ever harm her again.
I’ve hit rock bottom, and I’ve slowly climbed my way back up.
Now, I keep myself locked away. It’s easier than letting people in and telling them about that night.
I live my life in the shadows because happiness is something that I can’t have.
I keep my pain where it belongs, in the past. I keep my secrets buried deep down.
Now my past is colliding with my future, and I’m not sure how I’m going to survive.
But in the midst of the darkness is a shining light: Trent.
Sometimes you find home in the place you least expect it.

THREE 🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!

I’m not quite sure how I feel about this one. There was quite a bit I REALLY loved, but also some that really brought things down for me.

What I loved:

The sweetness. Seriously, it’s off the charts. Trent is all kinds of swoony, sweet, melt your heart goodness. Michelle is just as sweet with how much she cares for her tenants/friends. It’s a whole lot of feel good with those two.

The open and honest discussion about mental health. I loved that even with all the feel good K.L. Humphreys did not shy away when it came to character who suffered from severe trauma and struggled with depression. There was no “magic cure” all better, but there was support, therapy, and love making it all the more realistic.

What I didn’t love:

At times things got repetitive. You’d think something was resolved and then the next time it was back to unresolved. Feelings about family, forgiveness, etc. Both Trent and Michelle were pretty wishy washy and it felt like whiplash with how quickly they would be ok with something or someone then not.

The drama. Don’t get me wrong, I love me some good drama but sometimes it was too much. There was always something wrong and as soon as one thing was resolved there was something else wrong. With so many separate dramas going on it really caused me to lose interest in the story occasionally.

Overall Finding Home is a super sweet read with a whole lot of feels that I’d definitely recommend if you’re a fan of feel good and lean towards the lower level of steam.

KL Humphreys lives in Ireland with the love of her life and her baby girl. In a way, the world has him to thank for her debut novel, Deadly Hunt. After years of thinking about writing the story that had been dying to get out of her head, she finally confided in her other half. He gave her all the encouragement she needed to get the story out, he has been with her every step of the way.

KL loves music, especially pop, R’n’B and rap and if she’s writing you will find it playing somewhere nearby. She also loves all romance novels but of course, Romantic Suspense is her go-to genre. When she isn’t writing it…it’s a good bet she is curled up somewhere reading it.


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