In Where Do I Go? by Gold Medallion Award winner Neta Jackson, Gabrielle Fairbanks hopes her move to Chicago will help her find real purpose in life. When she stumbles over a homeless woman and into a job as program director of the House of Hope—a downtown women’s homeless shelter—she believes she’s found what she’s been missing. And then her disgruntled husband threatens to divorce her and take custody of their children unless she quits working at the shelter.
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I absolutely love all the stories in the yada yada series and yada yada house of hope series.
This is thought provoking and well narated.
I love the way so many emotions are weaved throughout the story.
I highly recommend books by this author and this series is incredible.
This is an amazing book, that touches you deeply, connecting you to the characters and reminding me where to go to!!
I'm only about 2hrs in and I just had to write a review!
I didn't know, after reading the description, if this was the book for me. I enjoyed Yada Yada, but doubted a spin off would keep my interest.
BOY WAS I WRONG!!
I was captivated by the storyline from the jump! Gabby is realistic for a woman who's been through what she has. The characters are rich, inviting and relatable.
I highly recommend this book. Oh! And the narrator is amazing...as always!
No. The audio version just added voice tones to the characters in the book. The story was still the same.
Gabby. She reminds me of me. Idealistic and a little naïve.
Lucy. She may be homeless but she is wise.
Come to Me.
Philip is selfish, self-centered, and spoiled. Gabby is so naïve. She believes Philip and stands by him. Philip didn't want her to take the new job because it would take her away from him. Both of them have a communication problem. Philip should have told Gabby he needed her to network for him and that while he gets his new business off the ground they needed the boys to stay with him parents. Gabby should have told him that she was feeling empty and needed something else to do. This is real-life.
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