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
I love the narrator Patricia R. Floyd. She really brought the characters to life for me. I really loved how the story flowed and kept you on your seat.
I loved how at each moment when Sienna would seem like all hope was lost, it all worked out anyway.
Very much so.
I am going to download the other books in this series!
love Patricia R. Floyd but hated the book, could hv been summed up in two chapters. the in between wasn't entertaining and it was painful to sit through and I really tried to give it a chance. I can tell the writer is good with words just could hv been better at entertaining the reader and building the plot.
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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