My name is Chloe Repaco. I’m your typical 20-something college graduate who is in love and just trying to get her shit together. I’m trying to make my mark in the world, figure out what I want to do in life, and get off my budget-friendly diet of ramen and rice cakes.
Next to my bed sits a calendar with 127 days that have Xs on them, and there are about another 90 days to go. Those Xs are me counting the days until my soldier, Vinse, returns from Iraq. And there he sits at the other end of the world with those same Xs, counting down until our worlds can reunite.
He yearns to be a part of my world again. As far as he’s concerned, it’s a world and a life where everything is okay. Little does he know that my world, our world, and our future is about to be turned upside down the moment he returns home.
This is my story. A story of love, a story of heartache and pain, and a story that molded me into the woman I am today. It serves as a lesson - sometimes what you think you want is not what your heart wants or needs at all.
This is a journey to find myself, my place in the world, and the arms of where my heart, my dreams, and my hopes should lie.
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Great story about finding ones self
This story surprised me, in a good way. It's a story about a young woman who finds herself. Through the story, I thought I had things figured out but I was wrong - some mystery, some suspense, romance and surprises. The narration was good and the story was too. There are some unanswered questions for me at the end, but that's ok. Not every story needs to wrap up with a pretty bow on top. I received a copy of this book for no charge and was encouraged to leave an honest review.
- Aimee Greene
Great Story, excellent narration
Where Hope Lies is a great story of the emotions of a young woman finding her way thru relationships and love. The narration of this audiobook was excellent and made the story even more engaging. I received this book at no charge but submitted this review on my own.