One Perfect Spring by Irene Hannon

This story is one of change and willing to do what it takes to help someone out.  Keith works for a businessman who helps out those in need.  His boss convinces him to take an assignment written by a little girl.  At first he dismisses the request as it is not what they usually do, but his boss convinces him it would be good to take on this assignment.  He does and becomes very close to the people he is working with.  In taking this assignment, he also begins to look at some things going on in his own life as does his boss.  Many lives are changes all due to a simple request of a little girl.  I liked seeing how the characters realized things about their lives and how they worked at doing things different.
I received this book free to review.

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