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About the Author

Wesley Banks was born in 1983 and grew up on the west coast of Florida. He graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Civil Engineering. After spending over 7 years building movable bridges from Florida to Washington he decided to focus on his true passion: writing. Wesley recently moved from Florida to Oregon to get back to the great outdoors that he's love so much. He lives with my wife Lindsey, and his two dogs Linkin and Story. Most of his time these days is spent writing, with as much rock climbing, hiking, or skiing as they can fit in. Come Chat With Me: https: //www.facebook.com/wesleybanksauthor https: //instagram.com/wesleybanksauthor/ Even More Awesome Stuff: http: //wesleybanksauthor.com

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  • Paperback: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Chasing Pace Publishing (14 May 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0986193410
  • ISBN-13: 978-0986193415
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.4 x 20.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Katie Price is stuck in a limbo after her father's death. Unable to write anything, she is on the verge of losing her writing contract. Taking a chance and caught in a time frame that is fast approaching closure, she decides to randomly choose a place and travel there to find a story.
Bishopville, a small town in nowhere is her destination and it is here that she meets Kyle, an enigmatic young man who speaks little but still intrigues her with his mysterious aura and his curious relationship with the 32 dogs that he trains.
Is there a story here that she can write?
Can she crack the mystery of the unusual dogs that look like wolves and their equally enigmatic master who shows her around but still makes her feel like he doesn't want her here?

Hope In Every Raindrop attracted me when I read the blurb. Instinctively I knew that this would be a different story and a unique experience. And I am so glad to say that all this is true!

I loved every bit of this book. The cover is nice and had me reliving the soothing feeling of rain and vast open lands away from the chaos and crowd of the city.

This is the first book by the author that I have read and I am so happy that I read his work. I loved his emotionally charged writing style that kept me hooked to the book right till the end. I could not leave the book and finished it in one sitting.

The plot is expertly conceived and executed. I could appreciate all the hardwork and research that the author must have done to bring forth a story that feels so real. The whole insight into the behaviour of dogs, their relationships with humans, names of new flowers and the human psychology had me feeling more enlightened to new facts.
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this book is meant for someone who loves dogs and has a lot of patience while reading. People who can’t wait to get to the crunchy part, stay away!

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2.0 out of 5 stars Not for me 4 December 2016
By Jen R - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Hope in Every Raindrop was a disappointing read for me. I found it rather boring and didn't really understand why I was reading this story. I wish I could have read Katie's story she is writing as I enjoyed the short snippet that was included much more than what I was reading. It was just a strange read. About dogs that I didn't really get to know or understand what was so special about them, and if the real story is about Kyle then what about him? He was just a quiet guy who trains these dogs and....that is all I know about him. We don't get to know Kyle, but he apparently is the real story here. Okay, maybe it is just as simple as he loves these dogs and trains them and that is amazing. I was just expecting something more.

The story opens with Katie stuck with writers block and on a deadline. Her father has recently passed away and the words are not coming. When she finds inspiration in a dart and a map of the US she throws the dart and heads to the town to find a story. Now I really think the writing was a bit off for me. She arrives in town and meets one person and they say something about the magic dogs so she goes out to the farm and ends up staying there. It was all very strangely written for me. The conversations didn't quite feel real and the way she ended up staying there was odd. Doc just says something about how the only place to stay in town is closed and she would have to drive a few hours to the next town then walks inside. She takes that as an invite I guess and that is that. It was just off for me. I didn't understand the characters or how they were acting.

So Katie ends up staying on the farm and watching the dogs/helping out with the chores. She is kind of whiney about that, but really she is getting free room and board so you think she might be grateful. The way she talked about the story and the dogs and needing to get to know them was again off for me. None of it felt quite real. I didn't understand what the big deal was or what her book would be about other than a dog trainer. I expected more of an emotional read especially since there were some moments that should have been intense and sad. Only I was just annoyed reading them as how could Katie be so stupid? And if it was really such an intense situation how did everything get resolved the way it did.

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So the barn where the dogs stay catches fire during a storm. Kyle gets the dogs out of the barn and Katie is supposed to take them inside the house. She does, but she realizes one is missing - the one that roams wherever he wants so of course he is not there. He is probably wandering around somewhere, but Katie thinks he is still in the burning barn so she goes in to look for him. And then climbs up the ladder to the loft for some reason. I was yelling at her in my head like why would you do that? The barn is on fire! He is not in the loft! I know you think Kyle might be up there or something, but what would you do if he was? Die with him?

So of course the loft collapses and she falls partly onto the sled and gets knocked out. Kyle was looking for her and gets trapped under some timber that fell on his legs. He can't get out and the fire is getting worse so he gets the rouge dog, his best friend, tied to the sled and in this should have been touchingly heroic moments the dog slowly pulls Katie outside. Only I kept rolling my eyes. Anyways Katie is outside, the dog had too much, his heart couldn't take it, and Kyle is in the burning barn trapped. And the fire is getting worse. Cut to Katie waking up and asking about Kyle and Doc telling her he is fine, the fire got put out by the rain, no big deal. That was really a wait a minute - if it was sooo important for Katie to get out of the barn so she didn't burn to death how did he survive being trapped in there? Either the fire was so fierce it was dangerous and she had to get out, in which case Kyle should have died, or it wasn't that bad, just a small fire that the rain could put out, in which case Katie was safe either way. I didn't understand how it could be life threatening, but also small enough for some rain to put out.

Overall not the book for me. I couldn't connect with the character, we never really get to know Kyle or the dogs and they are a big focus of the book. I don't know how Katie and Kyle fell in love or whatever, but apparently they did. I just didn't see it.

This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WELL DONE!!!! 31 March 2016
By Baby Girl Kaye - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I did not know anything about this book or the author, but I am so glad that I did not let that stop me from reading this book!!!! It starts off kind of slow, but just keep reading because you will soon find yourself so caught up in this book you won't be able to put it down until the end.!!!! i truly enjoyed this book so much that I did not put it down until I was finished with it. Two thumbs up for Mr. Banks!!!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Read! 21 April 2016
By Arlena - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Title: Hope In Every Raindrop
Author: Wesley Banks
Publisher: W. B.
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: Four

"Hope In Every Raindrop" by Wesley Banks

My Thoughts....

This novel had a well written storyline, with well developed characters...Katie, Doc, Kyle..[the dogs....King and Biscuit] that will keep your attention till the end here in Bishopville, South Carolina. If you are a dog lover...this story would be for you as you will see a 'man interacting with training sled Carolina dogs.' The story involves drama, mystery and yes also a love. In the end will this novelist [Kate Price] get the story she needed for her novel after suffering from writers block? To get that answer you will have to pick up "Hope In Every Raindrop" to see how well this author presents it to the readers. I would definitely recommend especially if you a a dog lover.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great life experiences 25 August 2016
By Carol Dudley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I would have to say this is probably one of the best books I've read in years. Been reading for 70 of them. Wesley Banks has put together a story you will remember forever. Characters are very real -you are part of the story. I couldn't put it down. A story of life on a farm raising and training race dogs. Lessons in life. Well worth your time and money. I read on my kindle and want to purchase a signed copy to share with friends. I normally read mysteries. This was quite a change. I also read his second book In Her Eyes and it was also an awesome read. Check it out you won't be disappointed
5.0 out of 5 stars Hope in Every Raindrop by Wesley Banks 2 April 2016
By Lena Milleson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This is a very well written novel with an interesting
twist to it. It is important to watch the human twist
and then the dogs. They interact all thru out the story. When a novelist (Katie Price) decides to travel across country to get an idea for a book, she never thought that she would meet her true partner (Kyle Walker) in a little corner of South Carolina. Kyle trained sled dogs using Carolina dogs. Katie didn't know anything about dogs but she learned. They fall in love without even knowing until tragedy occurs and it brings them together. The main character to my way of thinking is the dog Kings. He had to have been a thing of beauty..

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