Who Do I Lean On?: Yada Yada House of Hope #3
Thomas Nelson, 2010 (2010)
Reviewed by Leslie McKee
abby Fairbanks is slowly rebuilding her life. She is trying to gain custody of her two boys, P.J. and Paul, and has recently moved into a new apartment, after her estranged husband, Philip, left her homeless.
abby loves her job at Manna House, a shelter for homeless women. She just inherited money, after her mother's recent death. She dreams of opening a House of Hope, which would be transitional housing for mothers currently staying at Manna House. Gabby desires to buy her apartment building for this purpose. Lee, her lawyer, is helping with the arrangements. He has also hinted that he would like to be more than friends with Gabby.
abby is shocked when Philip asks her for a loan to cover his substantial gambling debts. His reckless behavior places P.J. and Paul in possible danger. Lee believes Gabby should sever contact with Philip. After Philip is injured and ends up in the hospital, Gabby must lean in to God for guidance.
his is the third book in Neta Jackson's
Yada Yada House of Hope
series. The cast is strong and filled with many familiar characters. Courage and faith are dominant themes. While this could be read as a standalone novel, it will make a bit more sense after reading the first two books in the series. Some loose ends remain at the end, paving the way for another episode.
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