One More Last Chance by Cathleen Armstrong

This was a book that once I got started, I couldn't wait to see how things were going to work out.  It is a story of changes and accepting responsibility for what is right.  Sarah has moved back home after completing her teaching degree and takes a special interest in one of her students.  Olivia has had a hard time of it after being raised by young mother who tries, but winds up needing extra help.  Olivia's uncle Chris does his best to make sure she is taken care of.
Sarah has to sort out some changes in her life and I liked seeing how she made several choices before deciding on the one that was best.  I also liked seeing how the town was able to accept some changes, while still remaining a good small town.
I received this book free to review.

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