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AREA BOOKS: Minnesota author continues series

"Finally Home" by Lois Greiman; Kensington Books, 2013, 289 pages. Lois Greiman, a North Dakota native who now lives in Minnesota, recently published "Finally Home," the third book in her series set in the quirky town of Hope Springs. The story f...

"Finally Home" by Lois Greiman
"Finally Home" by Lois Greiman.

"Finally Home" by Lois Greiman; Kensington Books, 2013, 289 pages.

Lois Greiman, a North Dakota native who now lives in Minnesota, recently published "Finally Home," the third book in her series set in the quirky town of Hope Springs.

The story follows Casie, who is reminded of every mistake she's made as the holidays approach. Then, Colt Dickenson shows up with a ring, and Casie learns that you have to face your fears to find happiness.

Greiman has more than 2 million books in print and has won prestigious awards such as Romantic Times Storyteller of the Year and the 2005 Midwest Fiction Writer of the Year Award. She lives in Minnesota, where she is actively involved in horse training and animal rescue.

"Finally Home" will be available Nov. 26 for $11.48 on Amazon.com.

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