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But as eighth grade begins, things start looking up. Michelle Baron, a first-year language arts teacher at Magnolia Middle School, immediately takes an interest in the troubled teen and reaches out in a variety of ways. Long deprived of an adult who really cares and supports her, Amber quickly bonds with Mrs. Baron and begins to make small but clear progress.
Then the bottom drops out - one mistake turns Amber's already precarious life into something she can no longer handle. She doesn't know how to fix things, and even with Mrs. Baron's help, nothing will ever be the same again. How can Amber find the strength to get through this?
Meanwhile, Michelle is going through her own struggles, trying to balance the many responsibilities of her new teaching job with caring for her husband and 5-year-old daughter Madison. Amidst it all, little Maddie suddenly develops some troubling bruises on her body. Can Michelle's faith get her through this crisis?
Although I'm not usually a fan of Christian fiction, I enjoyed this book; Hines is skilled at putting a bit of prayer and religion into her story without going over the top. Likewise, I read this book without reading the first two, and found that while it might be nice to have some more background on Michelle Baron, it's not absolutely necessary to enjoy this book.