by June A. Converse.
When you lose everyone and everything you love, can you ever live again? Or love again?
An unimaginable trauma. A future that seems impossible. When your world shatters, how do you put it back together?
When Matt Nelson found Kathleen on the beach, she’d been hiding behind a scarf and sunglasses for three years. She couldn’t hide her loneliness, and he couldn’t turn away. But when her flashbacks start, they’re both unprepared for the repercussions and the depth of her emotional suffering.
Kathleen agrees to return to intensive trauma recovery at The Charlotte Center, where the sounds and the smells and the images from that terrible night await her, demanding she confront her demons.
The world of PTSD recovery is fraught with terror and pain for both Kathleen and Matt. Will their love prove strong enough to survive the agonizing and arduous journey? Can Kathleen move beyond her anger and learn to live again?
The second book of the Hope trilogy is even better than the first. The author does a wonderful job of keeping you in suspense wondering what’s going to happen next in Kathleen’s struggle to progress from merely existing to having a real life again, and Matt’s love and support for her throughout. I stayed up way too late and read most of it in one day. I look forward to the final installment.
I met the characters in June's first book "Decide to Hope" and was captivated by their story. The second book in the trilogy does not disappoint. An absorbing page turner that propels you on to the end.
Journey to Hope is one woman's journey after a terrible loss of her entire family. The detailed description of Kathleen's time at the treatment center gave me a true picture of what that experience must be like. This is book two of a trilogy, but you don't have to have read book one first. Looking forward to book three!
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