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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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I liked the community college scene, with the teacher connections, the challenges for both the teachers and the students, and the joy of that 'click' when you learn something new and it all starts to make sense.
The Lightning Creek community is very tight knit, they are looking after each other, they help and support each other as needed, and even when it's not. There's a lot of fun, humoristic banter and smiles around Mike and his friends.
I also liked Molly and Finn together, the connection and chemistry between them were obvious, they clearly had a lot in common and shared similar values. There were some issues, like Molly's extreme judgmental tendencies that I had to take a step back and think about. Because the further the story went, the more it sounded like Molly was a snob, even though she said she did it just for protection from getting hurt and not making mistakes.
A well-written story that was easy to get lost in as it glided off the pages. The characters charisma was contagious, their struggles with the thoughts of their future known and true. The attraction between Molly and Finn was shadowed by her past and their shared history, and they both had to grow, develop, and mature to be able to start building a sturdy foundation for the rest of their lives. This is a tale that made me think and evaluate my thoughts and gut reactions.
~ Four Spoons
Molly Adamson wants to help her students, all of them, including a high school student enrolled early in her college class, and feeling entitled. She doesn't give him that satisfaction, though it creates difficulties for her. She also identifies a student with special needs and she makes every effort to assist him, too, in spite of how she knew him when both were high school students--he the sports star allowed to skate through class, she the nerdie one who hung out in the library more often than not.
How Molly works through her class responsibilities and gradually comes to terms with what holds her back socially, we also learn how Finn Culver gradually accepts why he found certain classes so difficult and what he needs to do to move forward with his goal to become a teacher. Is that the right goal for him? How he learns what might be more appropriate rings true as he explores both his newly-recognized feelings for Molly and what he's especially good at. A great story to begin the new year.