Picking up seven years after the end of We Can’t Be Broken, a novel inspired by true events - Where I’m Supposed To Be follows Casey through her late twenties as she navigates marriage, career, starting over and defining who she is and what she really wants from life.
When Casey and husband, Jason, decide to add a new addition to their home, a feisty Shih-Tzu named Roxie, a glimmer of hope resonates for the first time in their young marriage.
Months into life with Roxie, Casey and Jason’s marriage is on the rocks and they’re confronted with Jason’s surprising diagnosis. Not soon after, Casey’s deepest fears come to fruition leading her to question herself, her choices, and all she thought she knew.
(Themes in the book: healing after divorce, family, friendship, self-discovery, starting over, travel, independent woman, companion animals - black/white Shih-Tzu. The story starts with getting the dog and then Casey and Jason decide to share custody/ownership during their separation and subsequent divorce. Roxie ends up being what ties their families together.)