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  • Really good read

    Hope and Mitchell's book was a good well written enjoyable read. These two are good real likable characters they have real problems and i found them easy to relate to. The author did a great job with book I would definitely recommend it and cannot wait to try more in the future.

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  • Holding onto Hope

    Once I was an avid reader of Christian fiction, and then I got discouraged because there are very few stories like Holding onto Hope. Let me say that Holding onto Hope is not Christian fiction but I mention Christian fiction because I found out about this author on a Christian blog, and I wanted to read some of her books but never got around to it until this one. I'm a reader who loves stories like this, ones I call "life stories," ones that let you know life can be messy, but there is still hope. We need more life stories. I believe they are healing, and they tell us that someone in the world sees us. I understand that most read to escape, but it always seems to be those life stories that give us the motivation to keep going on. I love Hope's honesty and how she lives life to the fullest. Don't get me wrong, there are moments in this story where she falters, but don't we all? That is a part of life. And Mitchell, the guy with real fears, the guy who didn't mind crying or being honest with his friends about how he felt, I like him because he was an everyday average guy. No billionaire or millionaire, just a guy who loves his friends, family, and enjoys his job. Holding onto Hope has a happily ever after, but I would call it a life happily ever after, the one you get when you face your fears, allow your soul wounds to be healed, and allow yourself to trust, even if things get messy...the happily ever after where you keep hoping, keep trusting, and keep loving.

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  • Holding onto Hope, A Beautiful Story

    This is a must read story as far as I am concerned, the Author handles some issues with care and respect. This is mainly paediatric oncology nurse Hope Rossi and Veterinarian Mitchell Davis' story. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review

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  • Well developed

    I loved this book. Very well developed. There were strong characters and they were all so personable. I want to read each one’s story! The storyline was amazing. Filled with joy and sorrow and many twists and turns. I hope there are many more MacArthur setting books to come! As a side note, I love the dual meaning of the title! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Hoping To Persuade Hope

    Hope is a devoted oncology pediatric nurse, but needs a break after getting out of a toxic relationship. Helping her aunt and cousin is the best way for her to regain her self-esteem and control. What she had not counted on was her teenage crush being back and interested in her. Torn between her love for her job and the love to man and family she has a difficult decision to make. Well-written and entertaining with a little drama on the side, it was an excellent read . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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