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In When Will You Be Home by Gaelen Vandenbergh, when Paige Scott moved back to Philadelphia, she thought that by moving back home, she was giving herself a chance for a new start away from all the drama in her life. But how will she even start to move on when ghosts from her past keep popping up from every corner. First, her estranged husband is dragging out their divorce, then her college boyfriend Lucien is more than willing to hire her but there are some unresolved issues there, and as if that is not enough, she has to do business with a married man she once had an affair with. Additionally, when she decided to move back to Philadelphia, she left a broken heart behind in Wells Lake. Instead of resolving her past, it seems that she is instead just adding more issues. Paige will need to tie up many loose ends and sever some ties before she can truly move on.
When Will You Be Home by Gaelen Vandenbergh is a continuation of the chick-lit stories from Book 1 of The Running Series. In this book, the ladies are all trying to resolve the various issues in their personal lives so they can find a clear path for the future. However, this is not easy for any of them as each is faced with difficult decisions and ensuing drama. Following this part of their lives is exciting and also shares some fresh insight on the true meaning of family and home. Is your home the place where you grew up or could it be somewhere else?