Having earned starred reviews and a fervent following for her urban Christian fiction, Leslie J. Sherrod delivers the first in a riveting new series. In Losing Hope, Sienna St. James thinks she’s finally close to getting over her long-lost, globetrotting husband. Or so she thinks. One Tuesday, everything begins to come apart when a succession of strange events - including the mystery surrounding a girl named Hope - brings her past, present, and future into question.
©2012 Leslie J. Sherrod (P)2012 Recorded Books
Hope Rekindled Literally
When Hope was found. I was pleasantly surprised at how it was exposed.
I liked the way she performed the male characters. She did a great job to accentuate the difference.
Sienna St. James - to understand how long is too long to wait for Richard.
I admired the story plot and the peep into various simultaneous events. It was great storytelling meshed with credible life events.
The book was just not interesting. I may try and finish it at a later date, I've read about 70% of the book and it's not getting any better. Right now I've put it down and I'm starting to read something else
Patricia Floyd is a very good narrator (one of the best)
My first time reading this author, I don't know if I'll read any more of her books
There's always hope.
Maybe a Valerie I. Westly book.
Easy to listen to.
There were parts that made you want to cry. I was happy to know that there is hope.
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