Finally Home (Hope Springs, SD, #3) by Lois Greiman

Finally Home (Hope Springs, SD, #3)

Casie Carmichael is hardworking but softhearted. She has a broken-down mare, two lambs, three lost teens, a busted-up bronco rider, and a whole lot of trouble. Casie has returned home to Hope Springs, South Dakota, to sell the family's tumbledown ranch with the hope of returning to Sioux Falls and her very practical fianc. But leaving Hope Springs isn't quite as easy as she thought it would be, especially since her barn seems to have a homing bea...

Details Finally Home (Hope Springs, SD, #3)

TitleFinally Home (Hope Springs, SD, #3)
Release DateNov 26th, 2013
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Holiday, Audiobook

Reviews Finally Home (Hope Springs, SD, #3)

  • Stephanie
    I won this book in a Goodread giveaway.It is going to be hard for me to give a helpful review of this book. Finally Home is part of a series of books called Hope Springs and unfortunately I have not read any of the other books in this series.The book was well written, the setting and characters well thought out and developed. However, because of my lack of knowledge for the characters back stories, I found it hard to follow or understand a lot of...
  • My Book Addiction and More MBA
    What a sweet, fun, charming read! The Lazy Windmill is the name of the ranch in South Dakota where this book takes place, and it is anything but lazy. From beginning to end this book has something going on all the time.If you love stories about misfits then you will have no problem falling in love with every single character in this book.Casie and Colt have known each other since they were in school. They have shared a kiss, but now Colt is ready...
  • Lois
    I was so sad at the end, but only because it ended. This was a great series, three books in total. I loved the characters and how they developed, the crazy dialogue, the setting - everything! I would not call this book (series) a romance, more like a fun woman's fiction. One minute I was laughing the next moment I was crying. It is going to be a long time before I find another good fiction to read. I remember picking up the first book in the seri...
  • Annette
    I got Finally Home by Lois Greiman as part of goodreads first reader program.I started reading this book and had to stop as I found it hard to catch up on all the characters life and stories (this is book three in the series) went to amazon and got part one and two. From my personal experience I would suggesting reading all the books in this series in order. This is a warm and loving stories told by a great story teller Lois Greiman. The characte...
  • Eliza Grover
    The ending felt rushed and was kind of a let down.
  • Marilyn
    Loved it. I've enjoyed all three books in the series and was sad to see it end. I'm going to miss Casie and Emily and Colt. And I wanted to watch Bliss grow up. Another book maybe? Please?
  • Rusty
    Another romance by a woman who writes such novels regularly and has won awards for her efforts. I am not normally a reader of romances but I am trying to move them off my shelf. In addition, this one is located in my home state. The book is well written with considerable interaction among the characters.Casie and Colt are the main characters. A cowboy whose passion is riding broncos, Colt wants to form a different life since his last ride injured...
  • Carolyn Jenkins
    Happiness for One and All To really enjoy this book you need to read the first two books in the H hope Springs trilogy. Together they make up one of the best stories I've ever read, and I read a lot. The characters grab your heart and refuse to let go. Lois Greiman puts in enough twists and turns to keep your interest to the end. Then you wish there was more to read.
  • Svalora
    I listened to this book on Audible and enjoyed the narration. This is the end of the story and I guess it was all wrapped up with a bow — although I just felt like there was a lot missing. I did enjoy the series though.
  • Vicki Lanzendorf
    Another in the Lazy Windmill series. This one added a bit of depth to the characters and kept me guessing a few times. A story that shows you don't have to be blood relatives to be family.
  • Joann
  • Julie Barrett
    Finally Home by Lois GriemanSeries continues with Casie still on the ranch where her father had left her everything when he died. Emily is there cooking and raising the goats along with Bliss her daughter.Sophie is there when her father has other things to do on the island with young woman. Ty is from a neighboring farm and helps them out daily. Colt is a bronc rider but likes to help them fix things around the ranch.Casie has taken in strays-not...
  • Dalia
    I was disappointed about how this book and series ended. I loved the first two books of the series and was looking forward to finding out how the relationships built in the series would turn out. While there was resolution (it ended as romances do) the resolutions were abbreviated and unsatisfying. After three books of unresolved feelings, struggles and growing love the two main characters ended up together because Casie had the sense knocked int...
  • Kathleen
    I received this book from this site as a preview and loved it!! The most difficult part of reading this book was that it was part of a series and it took me a while to catch up on the story line! The author is able to tell her story through the complicated characters she has created and the twists and turns their lives take. After reading Finally Home I am anxious to go back and read the first two books in this series!I am also excited to think t...
  • Debi Askew
    Loved this book! I saw that others felt they needed to read the other books in the series, but I wasn't aware that this was even a series! The book stood on it's own. The characters were loveable, the situations believable with a great story line. I hope that there are more books about Cassie and Colt, Ty and Sophia and Emily and David in the future. I won this book on Goodreads and it was just that...a good read!
  • Joyce
    OK. I read this book on my Kobo, it is the third book in a trilogy according to the publisher. The problem I had with it was that it COULD have been done as 1 book, there was a lot of extraneous stuff that could have shortened it, thus making it a lot cheaper. I ended up paying almost $30 for the series because I got hooked on finding out the ending which seriously p*ssed me off! Live & Learn!!
  • Tina
    I enjoyed how Casie was continually taking in "strays" and trying to make their life more enjoyable. The author did a good job in developing the characters and the storyline. I especially enjoyed the baby and the lamb - they showed the tender side of everyone who held them. I would recommend to others who enjoy and easy going romance.
  • gerif
    I won this series of books at the Minnesota State Fair on the day Minnesota authors were presenting their books.They kept me interested, hard to put down. I enjoyed them very much.Thank you, Lois!
  • Gail
    Wanted to knock the heroine in the head a time or two for being so pigheaded and obtuse. But human beings are like that, and emotions are tricksy things. Besides, where else would the angst come from if not for tricksy things and pigheadedness? I liked this one a lot.
  • Katherine
    I won this book in the giveaways section. I very much enjoyed the dialog between the characters and the differences between them. Because it is the second in a series, it was difficult to understand the full history of each character. Regardless, it was still a very pleasant read.
  • Mary Beth
    This series and these characters are a joy. I enjoy coming back to the Lazy every time. Enjoy!
  • Pam
    This was a great series and I enjoyed the family formed within blood or not.
  • Esther
    Was okay, more of a love story or several entwined