Vi Masters wonders…
Can you come home again?
It’s not like she wants to come back. Not when she ran from there ten years ago and the life she’s lived since. But she can’t say no this time.
So how bad can three days be?
Her father and stepmother wonder too, fearing her visit will disrupt what each holds most dear. It’s no ride on a pink duck for Vi, especially when she finds out Nate Barlow has moved back to town. Vi wonders…
Can you survive treacherous hope?
Find Come Back (Kindle or paperback) on Amazon.
What people are saying about
“Light and fun, Sally Crosiar’s novel, Come Back will have readers captivated. The characters are real and well-developed, and the story has plenty of comic relief to lighten deeper moments.” Texasbooknook13.blogspot.com
“Sally Crosiar is such an imaginative and descriptive storyteller. If you are looking for something fresh and fun, yet something that will make you think a little deeper as you read, and even after, this one is for you!” — novelnewsnetwork.wordpress.com
“Come Back by Sally Crosiar is a delightful read and should appeal to a wide audience. Crosiar has presented a well-conceived and organized tale that ends as it should but in a manner that does not include being trite.”–Judge Commentary, Writers Digest, 5th Annual Self-Published e-Book Awards Contest, January 19, 2018.
“I loved this story. The characters were real, messy, emotional and loved. Hard to put down. I loved the ending.” – Amazon customer
“I was pulled into this story from the beginning and didn’t stop reading till ‘The End’. Completely engrossed, hoping for a good end so hard! My chest is tight with emotion.
Worth reading? Oh, yeah.” – Amazon Customer
See more reviews here.
- Add to the conversation! Honest reviews are deeply appreciated.
- Read and review Come Back!
- Sign up for Sally’s Newsletter here with a copy of your review and receive Christmas at Opal’s, the short story that was the inception of Vi’s story in Come Back!
Tina Hogan Grant: Loved it! Sally Crosiar’s book Come Back was a fun, quick read that I enjoyed immensely and I do have to say I was intrigued after reading the blurb before I even started reading the book. When I began the book, it took me a few pages to get into the country swang of the … Continue reading Reviews of Come Back
Come Back takes place in the small town of Freedom, Iowa. So where is Freedom? Beats me! I made it up! Sort of. I transplanted my memories of a town – Utica, Illinois, population 1200, near the farm where I grew up – one state further west. Names are tricky in writing. If I used … Continue reading Where is Freedom, Iowa?
Thanks to my good friend Barb Stahl who pitched a story to a terrific local journalist, Julie Sherwood of the Messenger Post, this happened!