What Was Lost (The Health and Happiness Society, #5)

What Was Lost (The Health and Happiness Society, #5)

by Katie Cross

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Overview

Mira Montgomery is the only one left.

Her brothers unexpected death leaves her tragically alone. No kids. No husband. No family.

Fifty-one years of unrealized dreams crash down on her when a real estate development company threatens the only stability she has left: her store. To make matters worse, her friends in the Health and Happiness Society have more good news than ever before.

Mira is faced with the decision to walk away and start fresh, or stay and fall apart.

Can she survive life without the comfort of her friends? Or will she fall farther into her depression than ever?

Join Mira on her new path through old grief, new loss, and the burning importance of gratitude in the fifth and final book in the Health and Happiness Society series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155731658
Publisher: THHS Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2018
Series: The Health and Happiness Society , #5
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 423,108
File size: 4 MB

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What Was Lost (The Health and Happiness Society, #5) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Naty More than 1 year ago
After her brother’s death, Mira feels totally and really alone, widowed without children after many miscarriages. And the Health and Happines society is moving on, with everybody facing new beginnings in their lives. Can Mira go on with her life as usual or is she going to face her past, present and future and find happiness in what she has letting go everything that was lost? A tough book about life, dreams, friendship, family and happiness.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is by far my favorite book in the HHS series. Even though I cannot fully relate with what Mira is going through this book really resonated with me. Even in her 50s she is still struggling with finding herself. She realizes that living life the way she has been just isn't working. She finds a new definition of family. She starts truly living again. I'm so sad to see this series end!