What would you do if you woke up in a hospital bed, only to realize all your dreams were shattered?
Autumn forces her eyes open. Blinding light sends stabs of pain through her head. She blinks, trying to remember, trying to figure out where she is and why she can't move.
But she can't remember.
All she knows is pain, and the fact that her new husband is not by her side.
Evocative and complex.
Honest and emotional.
The second book in the A New Start Stand-Alone Series, Where There Is Life is a riveting story about love, loss, and finding your way.
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Here's what readers have to say about Where There Is Life:
"Where there is life is nothing short of a must-read ... This book will have you shedding tears, laughing out loud and bursting at the seams to know more." - Stephanie Nason, Authors Opinions
"A compelling story with a believable heroine … readers will be rooting for Autumn as she tries to put the pieces of her life back together." – Award winning novelist, Trudy Morgan Cole
"It made me smile, cry, laugh... I couldn't put it down but didn't want it to end!" – Amazon Reviewer
"Beautifully written." – Gina D Ramos
"Grief is a difficult emotion to capture, but Charlene Carr writes with beautiful insight and breathtaking accuracy. Readers will fall in love." – Katie Postlethwaite
"Oh My Goodness!!! What a fantastic read … I was on the edge of my seat - a must read for all hopeless romantics. - J Wakely
"I'm an avid reader and I can honestly say this is the first book I've ever read that had me hooked at the first paragraph… Great book!" - Dereta Harshbarger
"What a testimony of a book! It was as real as it gets." – Lee Broom
Book Club discussion questions are available on the author's website.
More of the Story
If you enjoyed Skinny Me, Autumn was a character that you met. The story continues for her with her marriage to Matt, and his subsequent death. This is our look into her life, and trying to deal with what is left for her.
You feel her pain, and cheer her on to appreciate the rest of her life.
Ms. Carr has once again made us all a part of the lives of her characters, rather than just spectators.
Would highly recommend this book!