FALLING HOME is a coming home story about forgiveness and
acceptance, and of finding love in the most unexpected of
Home is where the heart is, but Cassie Madison prefers to
think of it as a place where one if born, then outgrows,
along with skinned knees and childhood dreams.
A humiliated Cassie left Walton, Georgia for Manhattan
fifteen years before, vowing never to return.
And then her sister calls. Their father is dying and wants
Cassie to come back home.
When Cassie's father dies, saddling her with the family's
antebellum home and letters hinting of an unknown sibling,
Cassie finds herself sinking into the red Georgia clay like
quicksand. Reluctantly, Cassie is pulled into the lives of
her sister and family, and that of Sam Parker, the town
When tragedy strikes, Cassie is led to discover that home
is a place that lives in one's heart, waiting with open
arms to be rediscovered.