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    Hopeful and Authentic!

    4.5 stars "My husband is leaving me." The impact is devastating. Savannah Barrington has shared most of her life with a man whom has become a virtual stranger, and now he is calling it quits. The lure of a younger, more vibrant companion has stolen their joy; or at least that's what Savannah assumes has happened. In reality, their relationship has been fractured for years following the tragic death of their daughter, and neither of them has the energy to fight through the pain any longer. Moving to her parents' lake home in the Berkshires provides Savannah with much needed solace, but it is accompanied by a prevailing loneliness that invades her every decision, until she happens upon unexpected companionship of her own. Is it possible that such a painful ending has birthed a new beginning, or is this just another mirage of happiness that will leave Savannah emptier than before? A much larger question arises; can Savannah truly move forward until she forgives what lies behind, and in doing so, discover the gift of second chances. That's precisely "where hope begins". The author has written a powerful, emotional, authentic expose on human brokenness, its far-reaching tentacles spreading like cancer; though we are not left without hope. And hope does not disappoint. . .for it's "everything we don't deserve, but somehow get. It's the miracle of faith". I received a copy of this book from the author and publisher. The opinions stated are entirely my own.

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