While enjoying all the spoils of living as an accomplished, no-nonsense, single black woman in Chicago, Eleanor Bergen has—through no cognition of her own—been forced to explore the reality that there's more to life. The trauma of one mistake many years ago has kept her mercifully seeking redemption from all of the wrong sources, and until she finds it, she is content living a life void of wants and desires. But as life has a way of doing, what she thinks she wants is being sidelined by what she needs. Despite casting them away into that mystic chamber of dreams deferred, all of the things that she once desired as an optimistic twenty-something are coming into fruition. In most unexpected shape, form and fashion, love—in all its power—has appeared; despite herself. A gripping tale of forgiveness and redemption; love and loss; and expectation and disappointment, "In the Middle of Wanting" illustrates a masterful story of life's great un-expectations. Set to the backdrop of an eclectically diverse Chicago, this story brims with sassy wit and intelligent humor and reminds us of the power of spirit, hope, love, and a cohort of few “ride or die” friends and family members.
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VALERIE REYNOLDS is a Chicago-based writer, businesswoman, and professional consultant. "In the Middle of Wanting" is her first published novel and is a reflection of conversations and experiences with women and men who have wanted something and simply had no idea how to get it or what it was they were doing to block it. When not working, Valerie loves spending time with her two children, exploring the city, or traveling with friends and family. Valerie is a proud native of Dayton, Ohio, and is a graduate of The Ohio State University and Roosevelt University. Twitter @MsValRey
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