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Determined to protect the children of Teaville, Kansas, from the bullying she experienced as a child, Mercy McClain finds fulfillment working at the local orphanage and serving on the school board. When Aaron Firebrook, the worst of her childhood bullies, petitions the board for a teaching position, she’s dead set against his getting the job.
Aaron knows he deserves every bit of Mercy’s mistrust, but he’s returned to his hometown a changed man and is seeking the forgiveness of those he wronged. He doesn’t expect Mercy to like him, but surely he can prove he now has the children’s best interests at heart.
Will resentment and old wounds hold them back, or can Mercy and Aaron overcome the past in time to battle the threats against the future of the town’s orphans?
This is book 3 in the Teaville Moral Society Series , but it stood well on it’s own. I didn’t feel disconnect or like I was missing parts of the story. This read is all about changes, second chances, overcoming obstacles, and bettering yourself. It’s a great read that offered a steady pace. I loved Mercy’s passion and drive. I appreciated Aaron’s commitment and patience. The two make a great team and really show you that people can change for the better. The book is well written and was fun to read. The characters are relatable and cheer worthy. I loved the interaction and how I felt like I was there in the mist of it all. I highly recommend this book to others!
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