Where Do They All Belong by Chloe S. Flanagan
About the Book:
Title: Where Do They All Belong
Author: Chloe S. Flanagan
Genre: Women’s Christian Fiction
Release Date: September 8, 2020
Can they overcome the past and their mutual distrust to find where they truly belong?
Darla Mayhew has lived nearly all of her fifty-five years as a fiercely independent career woman. But when a sudden illness takes her sister Lucinda, she leaves Darla a dying request. Darla must take a road trip with Clifton, her sister’s arrogant and commitment-phobic “man friend.” Can she endure his company long enough to fulfill her obligation?
Clifton Peters has weathered divorce and other losses by staying calm and easy going. Only one woman rattles his tranquil existence. Darla Mayhew. Being forced into close proximity with her will be a nightmare. Why would Lucinda request this journey of them? Could the Master Potter use it to confront the dark chapters in their lives and challenge their conceptions of each other?
Where Do They All Belong? is Book 15 in The Potter’s House Books Series Two. Stories of ‘hope, redemption and second chances.’ Read this Contemporary Christian Romance today and be blessed.
This book was wonderful!
Chloe Flanagan’s writing is on point for an emotional read that not only drops you into a perfectly crafted story but also manages to draw the reader in and hold them captive.
Darla and Clifton are like the opposite sides of a coin. They compliment one another, even though neither can see the other’s true nature. They’re so busy assuming they know everything there is to know about each other, it takes some serious moments to get them to see past their assumptions.
I love how the story progressed. Road trips are quickly becoming one of my favorite literary adventures as it forces the characters to be in close proximity when they would rather be on opposite sides of the globe.
The way each story strand twisted into the next and weaved all these characters together is a tremendous feat.
I received a copy of this book from the author. I was not required to leave a positive review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.