After going past the point of no return and finally reaching breaking point, the only thing Matthew Elliott can do now is start over. Matthew Elliott is a recovering man. As an ex-cop and ex-fighter, his new job teaching kids at the local community gym about drug awareness and self-defense, is a... show more
After going past the point of no return and finally reaching breaking point, the only thing Matthew Elliott can do now is start over.
Matthew Elliott is a recovering man. As an ex-cop and ex-fighter, his new job teaching kids at the local community gym about drug awareness and self-defense, is a little bit of both. His new focus on helping street kids is helping him heal, and with Kira by his side, he’s making strides.
Brother and sister, Rueben and Claudia, are homeless kids and they're very much alone. As they strike a chord with Matt, he does everything in his power to help them.
But when Ruby and Claude need more help than he bargained for, it stops being about work, and starts being about home.
The day he met Kira, Matt’s life changed direction, and it’s only now he realizes that everything he’s been through was a lead up to this. It was never about endings. His life, his purpose, was just beginning.
Publish date: 2016-05-03
Publisher: BlueHeart Press
Pages no: 355
Edition language: English
Series: Turning Point (#3)
NR Walker took her reader's emotions up, down and around the mountain with the Turning Point trilogy. Matt has settled into his new position at FC and Kira is enjoying the fruits of Matt's healing, physically and more importantly mentally. We meet two street kids Ruben and Claude as they slowly cree...
"One of the most difficult things about being an author must be living up to reader expectations because it’s a can’t-win-for-losing proposition. One of the hardest things about being a reader is not to have expectations. But, right or wrong, after we become so emotionally invested in a series and i...
I think I've lost my interest with these guys, I just don't feel anything anymore, oh well
~ Review by BrandilynI will admit that this is not my favorite of NR Walkers books. That being said, I still enjoyed it. It brought two characters I dearly love full circle and gave them the happily ever after all readers of Point of No Return and Breaking Point needed. We revisit Kira and Matt ...