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Luke Connor is now a teacher in the highs school he once attended. He has been here for four years and believes this is his last year here. He loves teaching but hates the atmosphere he has to teach under from his fellow teachers. It seems they idolize Mike Townsend and Carol Landers and blame Luke for their deaths. It wasn’t his fault, JP killed them in an attempt to hurt Luke and almost killed his mother June and Luke himself. However, the Connor family did not tell all the details of the hunt for Luke by JP so rumors persisted. One of the teachers went to college with Luke and he had one date with a friend of hers which turned out to be a disaster. She didn’t hesitate to spread rumors about him. His junior high football coach was still upset that he played for the varsity and not junior high and held that against him. The only teacher who didn’t seem to hold a grudge against him was Ryan Connelly who started teaching when he did. However, she didn’t have much to say to him.
Ryan Connelly didn’t have much to say to Luke only because she didn’t really know how he would react when he found out she had dated his ex-best friend, Shane, for three years until he broke her heart. She didn’t like the way the others treated Luke but just didn’t speak up, until this year. Finally she had enough of their bullying and spoke up for Luke. Now they begin to become friends as well as colleagues and worked together on the junior class sponsor committee.
Luke has taken Alex into his life as a foster child. He hopes things work out so he can keep Alex for a long time; but if his mother straightens up, she can regain custody. Alex plays football for the varsity this year and the coach wants Luke to become an assistant coach. He has bugged him for years to do it and this year he might get his wish.
As if things weren’t confused enough, Luke gets a call from Bill, the sheriff who got Alex for him, that a family from Luke’s past is trying to get in touch with him. They won’t say why but want to reach out to him. They had been good to Luke when his father was alive; but he had lost touch with them before his father was killed. Luke has his own family with June and Ben Connor and doesn’t feel the need to talk to them. However, he wonders why they are looking for him now.
Things get more and more complicated for Luke and he finds he can’t sleep and begins to get run-down. He teaches, mentors a new teacher, coaches, works at the inn his parents own on the weekend, keeps up with Alex, and tries to date Ryan. Something has to give and it could be his mental health.
all the stress and drama Luke went through in book two, I had hoped his story would be easier. Nope, it seems people have long memories of events that happened around Luke as a teenager. The very wrong memories. Luke has taken in a foster son, paying it forward, and another teacher is trying to encourage Luke to stand up for himself. This starts the going-to-be-a-love-story part. The issues with the foster son, Luke's own past again, and the teacher's past all run together to deliver an amazing heartfelt novel. The characters are really well developed, and tissues might be needed. Suitable for ages 16 and up, there is the subject of abuse- though not graphic- bullying, and of course, romance- also not graphic. A wonderful town, I cannot wait for Becky's story, hopefully book four.
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