Falling for the Teacher by Dorothy Clark ~ Review

Falling for the TeacherLucie's Review:

Sadie Spencer never expected to return to Pinewood, after the awful thing that happened to her there so many years ago that made her leave. But when she hears that her grandparents' failing health she comes back only to find, Cole Alyward, the brother of the man that hurt her so many years ago, helping her grandparents and running the family business.
Can both Cole and Sadie over come the scars of their past?

This was a sweet, yet sort of hard story, about God's perfect timing and finding love the last place you want to. Cole was such a noble man with an admirable determination about him, I instantly respected him for staying in Pinewood despite the bad taste his brother had put in people's mouth at the sound of their name. He knew he was fighting an uphill battle, yet he stayed anyway. And he was completely respectful of Sadie, though he did have some strange hesitations and reasons for avoiding her.

Sadie was brave and all of her fear were completely rational considering all that she had been through.

At first I wasn't sure if Sadie and Cole were such a good idea, but by the end I thought that they couldn't have been a better couple and they really helped each other so much. And I loved how they helped each other form and repair relationships with others.

Overall this was a pretty sweet tale of learning that the past doesn't define who you are and there is hope and healing. The story moved along nicely with good pacing and I liked characters from previous novels showed up in this book, so I could read about how they were doing to some extent. A great read.

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