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Gold Medallion and Reviewer’s Choice Award-winner Neta Jackson enthralls millions with her contemporary tales of faith and inspiration. In this compelling sequel to Where Do I Go?, a middle-aged woman endures the loss of her family and most of her worldly possessions.

When her husband locks her out of their Chicago penthouse and disappears with her sons, Gabby Fairbanks is left homeless and stunned. Taking refuge at the women’s shelter where she works, she tries to salvage the shattered pieces of her life. There, her friends—including Lucy the bag lady and the women of the Yada Yada Prayer Group—offer their support. Yet from the public rumors of a midnight intruder to the warm attentions of a lawyer, circumstances seem to threaten her chances of ever putting her family back together again.

As the author skillfully balances heartache with compassion, humor, and intrigue, Barbara Rosenblat’s vibrant narration illuminates the determination, perseverance, and faith of a woman who’s down but not out.

Listen to another Yada Yada House of Hope novel.
©2009 Neta Jackson (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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outstanding book

loved it couldn't put it down. it's real life and how God is with us.

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Wonderful book!

Love Neta Jackson's books! All of them have been great. And Barbara Rosenblat is a superb narrator. I wish Audible would get the rest of the Yada Yada Prayer Group books.