Throughout her sub assignment, Shiloh grows to love her students and begins mentoring a teenage girl who desires to play flute professionally. Through this relationship, Shiloh comes face to face with dark secrets from her past and learns about the power of love and forgiveness.
I liked this book. It's a good story with a strong Christian foundation, and the characters and plot are real and very relatible. I found myself identifying with Shiloh in her search for an identity beyond that of wife and mom, as well as in her quest to settle in and feel like she really belongs in a new place.
I enjoyed the theme of forgiveness and hope that is weaved throughout the pages of the book, and I found the message that God still loves and forgives even the things of which we are most ashamed to be inspiring and reassuring. This book shows, through fiction, how we can experience freedom in forgiveness.
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