A Chance At Forever by Melissa Jagears

I loved this story. It was interesting to show a disabled woman from the early 1900’s in a book. Both Mercy and Aaron must learn to show forgiveness in themselves and others. I laughed and cried throughout. I would have had a hard time working for an orphanage during this time period. I love how this story comes together. I received a copy of this book from the author and from Bethany House for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.

I give this a five out of five stars.

Mercy McClain works at a local orphanage in Teaville, Kansas and serves on the school board in the early 1900’s. Aaron Firebrook is a classmate who bullied her as a child. When he applies for a teaching position, Mercy does not want him to get the job. Aaron has returned to town a changed man and wants is forgiveness for his past wrongs. He must find a way to show her he has the best interests of the children at heart.

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