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When Jeremy and Petey's mother died, their house was taken to pay the debts she left behind, leaving them homeless. Afraid Petey will be put in foster care, they have no one to turn to but their Uncle Milt, so they pack up Jeremy's beat-up car and leave San Diego for Wamego, Kansas.
They arrive in the middle of a snowstorm and stop at the local diner to contact their uncle, where they meet Nate. Nate and his aunt help them contact Uncle Milt, and he agrees to help.
Jeremy and Nate hit it off quickly, but Jeremy runs when he's made to believe their new home isn't permanent. Nate goes after him, finds him, and convinces him that he's wanted. However, just as Jeremy and Nate begin to trust each other, Petey's estranged father appears and threatens to tear Jeremy's new life and fledgling family apart.
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By Cat on 06-24-17
There's No Place Like Home
What did you love best about Stuck in Oz?
I loved it all. I was in the mood for a sweet romance and this fit the order perfectly
What did you like best about this story?
I liked that though it was an instant attraction it moved at a nice steady pace. I liked that though Jeremy is small he stands up for himself and those he cares about.
What about Rusty Topsfield’s performance did you like?
I love Rusty Topsfield. I love how he has a voice for each character. I loved Nate's southern twang and Petey's little child voice.I think this sets his performance apart and makes the book even better.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes and I did.
Any additional comments?
Stuck In Oz Tales from Kansas book two though it is book two in a series you can read alone. The characters from book one make a very short appearance bu you can understand this story just fine.
Stuck in Oz is sweet and a happy story to lift your spirits. Jeremy has his brother Petey and after his mother dies has gone to the only family member he knows. His mother and her brother weren't close but Milt doesn't turn them away.
There isn't a big plot, though there are a few small conflicts. The story is just sweet and heartwarming and hey it's Andrew Grey and narrated by Rusty Topsfield so you cannot go wrong.