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She is already busy juggling her life, but now she's been roped into helping plan her high school reunion. Emma Clarke breaks up the solitude of life on her small farm outside of New Hope Falls by helping out at the florist shop in town. Except now she's on the reunion committee with people she'd never spent any time with in high school. Which would have been fine if it had She is already busy juggling her life, but now she's been roped into helping plan her high school reunion. Emma Clarke breaks up the solitude of life on her small farm outside of New Hope Falls by helping out at the florist shop in town. Except now she's on the reunion committee with people she'd never spent any time with in high school. Which would have been fine if it hadn't been for him also being part of the reunion committee. An injury has derailed his career and put his future health in jeopardy, so after ten years away, he's come home to New Hope Falls. Tanner MIkkelson never planned to return to the small town where he grew up. As star of the high school football team, he'd gone on to college fame which opened the door to a career as a professional quarterback. After several super successful years, his fame and fortune have grown enormously, but they are no protection against a hit that causes a serious concussion. With a history of concussions, he takes the advice of his doctors to retire from the sport. As he contemplates his next move, Tanner finds himself fighting boredom in the small town he grew up in. When offered the chance to serve on the reunion committee, he jumps at it. While he's not exactly wanting to reconnect with all his classmates, there is one person he'd like to see again. Emma may have at one time considered Tanner a friend--and possibly wished for something more--but that is no longer the case. She'd honestly hoped to never see him again. Harsh words he'd spoken to her back in high school had fractured their friendship irreparably, as far as Emma is concerned. With his injury forcing him to reevaluate many things in his life, Tanner has to acknowledge that he treated Emma and their friendship badly. Top of his list upon return to New Hope Falls is to apologize and try to make things right with Emma. Too bad she really doesn't want to give him the time of day. He hopes that working on the reunion committee together will help, but she isn't making it easy. Giving up and walking away is always an option, but Tanner finds he doesn't want to do that. Will Emma give him a chance for friendship--since that's still all he can offer her--even though last time he'd broken her heart? Emma isn't sure about opening the door for friendship because her feelings got involved the last time she did that. And falling in love with Tanner? Yeah, that's the last thing she wants.


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She is already busy juggling her life, but now she's been roped into helping plan her high school reunion. Emma Clarke breaks up the solitude of life on her small farm outside of New Hope Falls by helping out at the florist shop in town. Except now she's on the reunion committee with people she'd never spent any time with in high school. Which would have been fine if it had She is already busy juggling her life, but now she's been roped into helping plan her high school reunion. Emma Clarke breaks up the solitude of life on her small farm outside of New Hope Falls by helping out at the florist shop in town. Except now she's on the reunion committee with people she'd never spent any time with in high school. Which would have been fine if it hadn't been for him also being part of the reunion committee. An injury has derailed his career and put his future health in jeopardy, so after ten years away, he's come home to New Hope Falls. Tanner MIkkelson never planned to return to the small town where he grew up. As star of the high school football team, he'd gone on to college fame which opened the door to a career as a professional quarterback. After several super successful years, his fame and fortune have grown enormously, but they are no protection against a hit that causes a serious concussion. With a history of concussions, he takes the advice of his doctors to retire from the sport. As he contemplates his next move, Tanner finds himself fighting boredom in the small town he grew up in. When offered the chance to serve on the reunion committee, he jumps at it. While he's not exactly wanting to reconnect with all his classmates, there is one person he'd like to see again. Emma may have at one time considered Tanner a friend--and possibly wished for something more--but that is no longer the case. She'd honestly hoped to never see him again. Harsh words he'd spoken to her back in high school had fractured their friendship irreparably, as far as Emma is concerned. With his injury forcing him to reevaluate many things in his life, Tanner has to acknowledge that he treated Emma and their friendship badly. Top of his list upon return to New Hope Falls is to apologize and try to make things right with Emma. Too bad she really doesn't want to give him the time of day. He hopes that working on the reunion committee together will help, but she isn't making it easy. Giving up and walking away is always an option, but Tanner finds he doesn't want to do that. Will Emma give him a chance for friendship--since that's still all he can offer her--even though last time he'd broken her heart? Emma isn't sure about opening the door for friendship because her feelings got involved the last time she did that. And falling in love with Tanner? Yeah, that's the last thing she wants.

30 review for Somewhere Along the Way

  1. 4 out of 5

    Meghann Whistler

    I really enjoyed how love snuck up on the hero of this book, and how his attraction to the heroine was based on their amazing friendship and the beautiful person she was on the inside. I really enjoyed how love snuck up on the hero of this book, and how his attraction to the heroine was based on their amazing friendship and the beautiful person she was on the inside.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jenifer Blood

    Oh how I love Emma's story! I'm so glad Emma got her own story. As always, Kimberly Rae Jordan's books are sweet and inspirational. I appreciated that she demonstrated the principle that, not only is it okay to not be okay, it's just as important to acknowledge that fact. Going along with the flow because someone expects you to isn't being honest to you or to them. I also love how Jordan explored what it really means to forgive someone. The main characters had a lot of growing to do in this book. Oh how I love Emma's story! I'm so glad Emma got her own story. As always, Kimberly Rae Jordan's books are sweet and inspirational. I appreciated that she demonstrated the principle that, not only is it okay to not be okay, it's just as important to acknowledge that fact. Going along with the flow because someone expects you to isn't being honest to you or to them. I also love how Jordan explored what it really means to forgive someone. The main characters had a lot of growing to do in this book. Their tale will grab you by the heartstrings and have you rooting for them to work out their happy ending. Can't wait to read the next book

  3. 5 out of 5

    Zenobia N Jefferson

    I enjoyed the romance between Tanner and Emma. The character descriptions were slightly vague (I.e., their physical appearance), but the story line was interesting. I've never heard of CTE, but the thought of it can be frightening--disturbing. Tanner and Emma had problems identifying their feelings for each other, but eventually they came to an understanding. I enjoyed the romance between Tanner and Emma. The character descriptions were slightly vague (I.e., their physical appearance), but the story line was interesting. I've never heard of CTE, but the thought of it can be frightening--disturbing. Tanner and Emma had problems identifying their feelings for each other, but eventually they came to an understanding.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan Jalosky

    Great story!! It’s amazing how things in our past affect our futures so strongly. Especially when you plan your future without God’s leading! Loss, forgiveness, and second chances are important themes in this story. Hang on for the ride, it won’t be easy. You will love this story and the characters. Can’t wait for book 9!,

  5. 5 out of 5

    D'anah

    Good I always enjoy her books; they are like living the story. I like that it never lags or repeats things unnecessarily. It is more honest, less sugar sweet than some other books, which suits me fine. Yes, of course, the baby goats do it🥰 Can't wait for the next book in the series. Good I always enjoy her books; they are like living the story. I like that it never lags or repeats things unnecessarily. It is more honest, less sugar sweet than some other books, which suits me fine. Yes, of course, the baby goats do it🥰 Can't wait for the next book in the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kathy A. Boerschinger

    Awesome story This story gave me so much hope and lived the saying that if you spend time worrying about the future you rob yourself of the good of today!! I'm going through struggles with my husband who has a new diagnosis of Parkinson's disease and this story showed me again how God is in control!! Awesome story This story gave me so much hope and lived the saying that if you spend time worrying about the future you rob yourself of the good of today!! I'm going through struggles with my husband who has a new diagnosis of Parkinson's disease and this story showed me again how God is in control!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ria

    CTE angle was brill! It was so great to read a Christ centered story with a couple facing the possibility of such a tough future together!!! As someone impacted with a similar prognosis and who had similar consideration before getting married, I love this!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dori Fraser

    Amazing story as usual! You can never go wrong with a Kimberly Rae Jordan book. The characters all have real life issues they need yo overcome. This book does not disappoint!poking forward your Josie's story! Amazing story as usual! You can never go wrong with a Kimberly Rae Jordan book. The characters all have real life issues they need yo overcome. This book does not disappoint!poking forward your Josie's story!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brandi Mcfadden

    Drawn out While I genuinely like this author, her books, and especially this series, this book was WAY too drawn out. It literally kept going on and on with the (predictable) resolution taking up a very small portion at the end. You could probably skip the middle 90%.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Helen Connell

    I really enjoyed the story of Tanner and Emma. Tanner returns to New Hope Falls after a long time away in a prestigious position while Emma has stayed in the small town. I love the New Hope Falls books and wish I could live there!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Judith M. Seale

    Fantastic Book! This is another great story from New Hope Falls. Emma and Tanner have a very interesting story. This is a very enjoyable and exciting book. Looking forward to the next book in this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    norma

    A great series. I started the journey to Hope Falls not expecting much more than a story to take away from everyday life. I realized that each story was feeding my soul with joy and making me think. Heated till book 8to leave a review but would have given each book 5 stars.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Nelson

    This is another good addition to the New Hope Falls series. I think it is slower and more contemplative than some of the other books in the series. Jordan has some really good insights into dealing with loss, grief, forgiveness, and dealing with regrets.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline McDougall

    Although this book was lighter on romance than some of the others in the series, it was still a good read. Kimberly is probably my favorite author right now. If you haven't read her books, check them out; you won't be disappointed. Although this book was lighter on romance than some of the others in the series, it was still a good read. Kimberly is probably my favorite author right now. If you haven't read her books, check them out; you won't be disappointed.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Belinda Breaux

    Nor disappointed These stories just get better and better as each stories brings more friends and families together. I love reading. I love journeying with you through God’s gift imbedded in you.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    New Favorite Oh. My… Somewhere Along the Way is my new favorite New Hope Falls romance. Emma and Tanner’s story is incredible. No spoiler, but have tissues at the ready - the ending is that beautiful!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Gwen Hight

    Somewhere Along the Way A Christian Romance(New Hope Falls Book 8) This is the eighth book in this series and it is a good story about love and forgiveness and faith in God

  18. 5 out of 5

    Doug

    Excellent Christian Romance This is a light, easy, encouraging read. In today’s crazy world, it’s refreshing to get lost in a book that provides good, clean entertainment.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Renee Ivy

    LOVE her books. This one did not disappoint! Can't wait until next one! LOVE her books. This one did not disappoint! Can't wait until next one!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marie Arthur

    Perfection! This Book was so well written. I can usually find something in a book to criticize……but not this one. I really enjoyed it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Thibodeaux

    Very long I have enjoyed all of the other books in this series and they were quick and easy reads. This one just seemed to take a long time.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lottie Burns

    I really enjoyed this book, it was easy to relate to the characters. Definitely a book to read if you like small town romance and happy endings. Easy to read but very well written.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    excellent Another wonderful book in the series dealing with sensitive issues but most of all the reminder to let tomorrow’s worries stay in the future and to enjoy today even with its challenges

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jenifer Morrow

    Lots of love However not much trusting in the Lord until the end. Otherwise a very good story. Thank you for this Gift.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Modupe

    Great read It's a beautiful book about second chances, letting go of regrets, forgiveness, love, Godly friends and trusting God in the future. Great read It's a beautiful book about second chances, letting go of regrets, forgiveness, love, Godly friends and trusting God in the future.

  26. 5 out of 5

    ReaderJewel

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dorothy Long

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sam

  29. 5 out of 5

    katrina boyd

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

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