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"I loved Kaira Rouda's book. I love its irony and its courage and humor. . . . It's the real thing." --Jacquelyn Mitchard, bestselling author of Still Summer and The Deep End of the Ocean
"Endearingly honest, consistently upbeat, Here, Home, Hope is an inspiring read that left me feeling genuinely hopeful." --Jenna Blum, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Save Us and The Stormchasers, and one of Oprah's Thirty Favorite Women Writers
"Witty and uplifting, Here, Home, Hope is a charming debut that explores the courage it takes to reshape life and how to do it with a dash of panache." --Beth Hoffman, bestselling author of Saving CeeCee Honeycutt
"Relatable and inspiring. A perfect read for anyone experiencing one of life's "what's next?" moments." --Robyn Harding Author, Chronicles of a Midlife Crisis
"If you've ever felt your own life contained a list of Things to Change (and whose hasn't?), then you will fall in love with Kelly Johnson, the restless protagonist of Here, Home, Hope. Kaira Rouda's funny, moving novel is a model of inspiration and reinvention for anyone seeking to find what's next in life." --Katrina Kittle, author of The Blessings of the Animals
"A warm, witty, and engaging debut that had me laughing out loud. Rouda has created a lovable and perceptive heroine who navigates her struggles with honesty and awe-inspiring determination to succeed. A fun and totally satisfying read." --Amy Hatvany, author of Best Kept Secret
"A wonderfully warm read about finding happiness in yourself, Kaira Rouda's debut novel skillfully portrays the triumph of self-belief over society's threatening elements." --Talli Roland, author, The Hating Game
"A must read for anyone who's had their own mid-life crisis, Here, Home, Hope reminds us that it's never too late to reinvent ourselves." --Liz Fenton, author of I'll Have Who She's Having and creator of Chick Lit is not Dead
"Things to Change (T2C): Make more time to read -- starting with Kaira Rouda's Here, Home, Hope a story about how women can have it all if we own it all." --Kelly Meyer, mom, philanthropist and one of O Magazine's Power List
"I found Kaira Rouda's debut novel, Here, Home, Hope, inspiring, empowering and fun to read. You'll want to share it with the women you care about in your life." --Roma Downey, actress/producer
"An engaging read with something to offer every woman... married, single, widowed, or divorced. I couldn't put it down." --Jacklyn Zeman, actress, nurse Bobby on General Hospital
"Delightful, insightful and spot on inspiring! Immensely enjoyable read!!" --Marla Pennington, actress
This was a different genre than I normally read, (I'm more into love stories). This was a kind of self-help book, but, in a good way. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Karen
Loved Kelly's journey and the interaction with her friends. Her husband was wonderful! She's reached that point in life where she knows she's happy with her hubby and kids, but... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sugar & Spice
Wonderful story really liked the three parts separately and together.Published 9 months ago by Barbara Teer
What a nice break from my usual book club reading list...an escape into easy reading with a tad of motivational uplifting. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
Here, Home, Hope by Kaira Rouda
We all make sacrifices for our children, our spouses, and our jobs. Read more
Kelly a middle-aged house wife and Mom sets out to change her life after a health scare.
She has her husband , her kids, her car, her dog and hundreds of post-its and her... Read more
After reading Kaira's book "In the Mirror" and really enjoying it , I decided when offered the opportunity to read the other books by Kaira Rouda as I discovered that her... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Paula L. Phillips