May 22, 2014

Point Hope by Kristen James

After his Navy career came to an end, Trey became an EMT in his hometown of Coos Bay, Oregon. He struggles with PTSD, which affects his ability to do his job and connect with his family. His wife seems to be living life without him.
Rosette can’t figure out what happened to her marriage, or to Trey—the man she once loved so desperately. It feels like she’ll lose everything along with him. Meanwhile, he’s enclosed in his own world without her.
Their marriage is on its last legs when their family is faced with two deaths and an orphan. They’re already raising two young children and Trey’s teenage brother, Alex. Trey and Rosette make a shaky agreement to play “family” for now so they can take care of Trey’s recently orphaned niece. But can faking it ever be enough?
It’s make-it or break-it time. If they split apart, who will raise Hope?


 I borrowed the summary from Amazon. In Point Hope Trey and Rosette are going through a difficult time in their marriage. They've been talking about splitting up when Trey's brother suddenly passes away. He leaves his pregnant wife behind. Then something else goes terribly wrong and Trey and Rosette have a baby to take care of. Their already extended family grows a little bit more. Will they be able to keep up appearances when everything between them is falling apart?
Point Hope is a love story. Two people who have always been there for each other have somehow grown apart. Will they find a way to get back together or will their marriage be truly over? I really liked this story about family life, strong connections and love. There were a few mistakes in my kindle version of the book, but I easily forgot about them as I was so moved by the story. Point Hope is a wonderful read.

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