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Stormi's Review: Into Magnolia (Sandy Cove #3) by Rosemary Hines

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Publisher: Self-Published

Released: April 7th 2014

Genre: YA, Christian Fiction

Length: 355 pages

Format: eBook, Paperback, Hardcover

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Amber Gamble sat on the floor beside her bed. I hate them. All of them, she thought to herself. As Michelle Baron ascends the steps of Magnolia Middle School, her life is about to change forever. The dream of becoming a teacher leads her on an unexpected journey that will challenge her professionally and personally. Although 180 students file through her classroom daily, one demands her attention more than the others. Living in her third foster home in a year, Amber’s bitterness and rebellion spark a challenge within Michelle to somehow make a difference in this troubled girl’s life. Meanwhile, Michelle’s daughter develops a series of unexplainable bruises. A stunning visit to the pediatrician reveals frightening possibilities. While Michelle tries to hold her fears at bay, Amber approaches her with a daunting crisis of her own. Into Magnolia reveals the internal struggles and triumphs of a dedicated teacher, and the power of love to transform lives.

Five Boundless Stars

This book is set a few years in the future from where book 2 left off. In this book Michelle is finally a teacher and she meets a young woman who is in need of love and some help. Along with helping her troubled student some health issues arise in her family. I found this book to be my favorite so far. Maybe its because I can relate some or maybe its because I'm sympathetic to young people who need help when they feel all alone in the world. I also can sympathize with the health issues that arise. I don't want to give to much away, but this book was both hopeful and heartbreaking to me. I absolutely loved this story and couldn't put it down. By the way the ending is amazing!

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