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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (June 14 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595545255
  • ISBN-13: 978-1595545251
  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 2.8 x 21.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #157,914 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

Neta Jackson's award-winning Yada books have sold more than 800,000 copies and are spawning prayer groups across the country. Neta and her husband, Dave, are an award-winning writing team, best known for the Trailblazer Books—a 40-volume series of historical fiction with 1.5 million in sales—and Hero Tales: A Family Treasury of True Stories from the Lives of Christian Heroes (vols 1-4). They live in the Chicago area. Twitter: @ DaveNetaJackson Facebook: DaveNetaJackson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa95242ac) out of 5 stars 71 reviews
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa94eae94) out of 5 stars entreating "Souledout" tale June 1 2010
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Having come a long way from the homeless shelter, Gabby Fairbanks rejoices when she finally obtains custody of her sons (Paul and P.J.) from their dad and still her husband Philip. She plans to make sure they feel at home at the new apartment in Richmond Towers they are moving into.

However, she is stunned with what she perceives is a betrayal by ex her husband Philip. He has run up exorbitant debts gambling and needs to pay them off immediately. He begs Gabby to give him the funds. Her Yada Yada prayer partner Jodi Baxter, her friend retired cop Harry Bentley offer her solace but not much practical advice besides not helping her husband as does Lee the lawyer who loves her. Gabby turns to God for guidance though her first inclination is to let Philip be punished especially when his actions threaten the House of Hope.

The third Yada Yada House of Hope inspirational tale (see Where Do I Go? and Who Do I Talk to?) is an entreating story that Yada Yada fans will relish as Gabby has come so far. The cast is strong in particular the heroine who has difficult issues still to confront, but has the strength of being "Souledout" which enables her to lean on the Lord for help. Newcomers will enjoy this tale, but reading the first two entries of the House of Hope series will enhance the experience.

Harriet Klausner
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9404300) out of 5 stars LOVE this series! Aug. 19 2010
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I have to start out by saying that I am a BIG Yada Yada series fan! These books are amazing. Neta Jackson did not let up on this one either. Each book has it's own personality and keeps you interested with each page you turn. I finished this book just like I have every other Yada Yada that I have ever read. I was thinking, "I can't wait until the next book!" I hope you get hooked on this series as well. They are packed with God's grace, love, and much encouragement! Love These Books!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa940490c) out of 5 stars Third in "House of Hope" series Sept. 9 2010
By Gayla M. Collins - Published on
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Gabrielle Fairbank's find herself homeless when her penthouse apartment has it's locks changed, her 2 boys are sent to Virginia to reside with the wealthy grandparent, and her vengeful husband has cancelled all credit cards, debit cards and all money from banks. She is left homeless and ends up at shelter "The House of Hope," where she also finds a job that applies her college degree.

Through the many Christian friends she amasses, a legal aid attorney that is sweet on her and mainly the strength of God she has managed to get an apartment and her boys back. Her mother recently passed and left Gabby a large chunk of money which she decides to try and purchase the 6 flat apartment house she is living in. She wants it financed for low income mothers trying to have a safer existence for them and their offspring.

Complications arise everywhere and Gabby loses her mojo until she is once again brought in to the arms of Jesus to rest and listen to His plans. Quirky fun characters abound, while strong faithed people are there to hold Gabby up so she can meet her dreams with the Lord's.

This was suppose to complete this series but too many loose strings were left everywhere and now I am excited to read the next offering. Neta Jackson has a way to pull me in, have me feeling the spirit of God moving, while thoroughly enjoying a story.

Nicely done, Neta Jackson.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9404960) out of 5 stars Disappointing July 28 2010
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The first two books in this series were terrific, as were the seven books in the Yada Yada Prayer Group series before it. Neta Jackson's style really appeals to me, and I devour her books. I was awaiting this third book in this series and was thrilled to finally see it out on Kindle. I confess that I haven't finished it. It just hasn't grabbed me the way the first two did.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa94049f0) out of 5 stars A good Christian book, but lacking some cohesiveness Sept. 21 2010
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The third in the Yada Yada House of Hope Series, Neta Jackson's "Who Do I Lean On?" is another addition to the interesting story of lead character Gabby Fairbanks. In this installment, Gabby is striking out on her own after her and her husband's marriage continues to fall apart. She is trying to strike a balance between working at the homeless shelter for women, where she and her Mom were temporary residents due to being put out of her home by her estranged husband before her Mom's death, with mothering two boys who are experiencing growing pains and difficulties dealing with their parent's separation. In this book, Gabby is dreaming big about the impact she can have on the lives of others due to her inheritance from her Mom's insurance, while trying to figure out if her estranged husband Phillip's renewed interest in their relationship is genuine or linked to his gambling problem and her inheritance.

This story is a bit slower than the first two and lacking some of the fun that came from "bag lady" Lucy, who is infrequently seen in this book, and other lively characters. This is definitely not a stand-alone book and will likely only make most sense to readers of the second (and perhaps both first and second) installments. Despite these detractions, this story still offers wonderful insight into the struggles of trying to adjust to major changes in life and still honor one's Christianity.