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Meg is just so good hearted, caring and loving. All of her students just love her. Now she finds she must reach the trust of one group of children hoping to get through to them and make their life better. I really liked her and was cheering for her in more ways than one as she tries to take the world on one child at a time.
Heath has his heart broken in the worse way and isn’t in much of a hurry to go down that road again that is until he meets Meg which makes him start thinking about marriage and family again. He gets his self all work up to start courting her and she makes a move that blows his mind. He sure isn’t ready for that kind of move but he still finds his self drawn to her. Now he must weigh the odds and decide if his heart is big enough to admit he loves her and help her take on the world one child at a time.
This was a very touching read that pulls you in. I just adored the plot it reaches your heart in so many ways. This was really very well written with characters that will pull on your heart. You are so going to love the children in this small town as they break your heart from all they have gone through. I found this to be a book I could not put down I was so cheering, pushing and hoping for so many people in this story. If you are looking for a very touching story that will put you in the Christmas mood this would be the one you would want to read.
The school owns a nice rather large house, even if it is out of town, for the teacher. It is rather large, so when Meg learns of the Singer children and that they are split up, she feels as if God is leading her to bring them back together and petitions the town council to do just that. How will a single woman raise, feed and clothe six children by herself? Things won’t be easy, but anything worth doing right never is. Heath Moore is impressed with Meg, and brings groceries and helps around the home. Meg believes that now that she has committed to the children, she has to give up on the hope of marriage. God works in mysterious ways, and His ways are always full of hope and love. Can six orphaned children help bring two people together and will the eight of them find their happily ever after ending? This is a clean story with strong Christian principles, the power of prayer, and putting your trust and faith in God.