Kate Dawson has led a troubled life. Even through that though she has endeavored to help others. The rough and tumble of the place and time has left her somewhat rough around the edges, but she is every inch the lady. Even if her bosses would like to think she isn’t a good enough teachers for their children. So be it. When her “adopted” charge goes missing she refuses to give up searching for him even at the risk of losing her job. After all, it’s the boy’s father, for crying out loud. What is so terribly improper about looking for a child with it’s heartbroken father? She is soon to find out as she finds herself wading in deeper to the life of the man and his son.
The third installment of Melissa Jagears series does not disappoint. I must say that the excerpt didn’t sound at all thrilling and I was being very skeptical about what kind of story we would have here. I should have known better after reading the first two books. As always Jagears weaves a touching story of loss, redemption and forgiveness. And as opposed to book one overly mature and uncomfortable elements are next to nil. Kate Dawson’s character was really lovable even when she had her problems. I liked how she was always able to bounce back after suffering a blow; no easy task! But now I have to wonder if there will be further stories in this series? Hopefully not!
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