Welcome to Hathaway House. Rehab Center. Safe Haven. Second chance at life and love.
After a rough start at Hathaway House and a major reboot in attitude, Ryatt still struggles to get his feet under him at the center. Seeing his sister back here hit him harder than he expected. He would like to think that, once here, he had a free pass for the rest of his life—but apparently not. Now he needs to see real progress, everlasting change, to make that future for himself that he’s rather desperate to have.
Lana always looked at life with a happy, fun-loving attitude. She loves working at Hathaway and interacting with the patients and staff. It’s heartwarming and rewarding work. Every once in a while she finds a patient who is reticent and even grumpy. That fits Ryatt, but she’s attracted to the dark broken depths of him.
But can she show him another way to live and to view the world? She hopes so, as he’s already helped her to see so much more in her own.
The House of Wisdom
I have read each of the books in the Hathaway House series. Each one just keeps getting better and this one I would be tempted to subtitle it "The House of Wisdom" because the healing is both physical and mental. Words to grow by for both Ryatt and Lana (and the reader). Bravo!.
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