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Bittersweet Hope With a hooker for a mother seventeen year old Audrey Emerson is pretty sure her life can't get any screwed up Until that is her mom is murdered and she and her sisters are put in separate foster homes That is like the definition of hell Then Audrey meets Caleb She's wary to begin with but slowly she learns to trust and to believe in herself Even though she feels guilty for being so happy after her mother's death Audrey can't help but be grateful that her life is finally her own and that she can for once be a normal teenager There's only one problem Her youngest sister seems to be following in their mom's footsteps and Audrey can't let that happen The uestion is can she save her sister while still saving herself

  • Kindle Edition
  • 191 pages
  • Bittersweet Hope
  • Ryann Jansen
  • English
  • 09 March 2015

About the Author: Ryann Jansen

Ryann Jansen is a happily married mother of two from a small town in Alabama She has always enjoyed writing and as a little girl would write chapter books and hide them under her mattressonly to be found and read by her friends laterAn avid reader she has a wide range of interests including biographies suspense and romance but her favorites are contemporary fiction Ryann also loves to c

10 thoughts on “Bittersweet Hope

  1. says:

    I am not one to do reviews too often and when I do it's because I found the book to be so horrific I just hard to warn people off I am also not an author myself so my review is not going to be some witty sparkly sensation LOL I don't normally care too much for the NAYA genre in general but I wanted to give this one a shot as it seemed to be than just the Young love books you stumble across This is not a fluff book It starts out rough gets even rougher and slowly over time the hope comes I loved the characters loved the book and really cannot wait for from this Author I am hoping there will be a seuel at some point I'd love to know about these sisters Great job Ryann

  2. says:

    This story kept you going From sad drama and hope Loved it Audrey grew up taking care of her two younger sisters while her mom was on drugs and a prostitute Audrey was working going to school to pay the bills until one day the cops and social worker was at her door telling them that their mom was murdered What can Audrey do to protect her sisters Audrey was giving up hope until she was in foster are and meets Anna and Caleb It was a wonderful story I couldn't put the book down Loved it

  3. says:

    Nothing has been easy for the Emerson girls Their prostitute mother ends up dead The girls go into foster care separately Audrey is the oldest of them Sierra is a year younger and Sadie is the youngest This is their story of the grief they all had How they changed and grew Grew apart and came together again Hearts don't break uietlyAnna is Audrey's foster parent Caleb is her son the same age as Audrey They end up falling for each other Will an outside force try stopping them? Find out by reading the book

  4. says:

    Ryann Jansen's debut novel does not disappoint The author writes with such vivid detail you feel as if you are Audrey going through everything she endures The characters are believablesome you will love others you will hate It tells the story of one girl's journey to overcome the crappy hand life has dealt her in a way that is entertaining and tragic at the same time I'm anxiously awaiting Ryann's next release

  5. says:

    hmmm I'm gonna have to give this 25 stars I thinkIt has a lot of potential but reading this was like ordering a pizza loaded with toppings only to scrape them all off and just eating the crust It never dug deep into these issues it presented and instead just skimmed the surface The characters could use a bit development as well but really with a bit work and extra toppings I think this could being something 5star worthy

  6. says:

    This book is a breath of fresh air One of the best books I've read in a long time Jansen pulls you in from the beginning with her exuisite writing You'll laugh you'll cry you'll want to shake people It's explosive with the perfect mix of romance

  7. says:

    Didn't love it didn't hate it I am always intrigued by stories about children in the foster care system I liked the characters especially Audrey I thought the situation with Zach was predictable

  8. says:

    free till Tuesday

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  10. says:

    The book had a lot of potential but it was too short There was not enough character development and the ending wrapped up too uickly

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