➶ Saving Justice Download ✤ Author Susan Crawford – Valtrex-4.us

Saving Justice This Is An Alternate Cover Edition For ISBN 2940151612449.Saving Justice After Losing Her Brother To Gang Related Violence, Elementary Schoolteacher Kinley Is On A Mission To Help Her At Risk Students When One Of Them, Justice, Is Caught In An Act Of Vandalism, She Intervenes Entrepreneur Nash McGuire Has Gone To Great Lengths To Overcome The Poverty He Grew Up In When Working On A Renovation Project In His Old Neighborhood He Collides With A Juvenile Delinquent And His Do Gooder Teacher Kinley Believes Justice Can Overcome The Influence Of His Environment Nash Knows The Odds And Has Little Patience With Kinley S Naivety But As The Boy S Mandatory Community Service Forces Justice And Kinley Into Nash S Life, He Can T Help But Discover A Boy Searching For Love And Purpose A Boy Very Much Like He Once Was Then Justice Is Accused Of Another Crime And Kinley S Stubborn Belief In The Boy S Innocence Is Just Too Much For Nash To Accept

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    Teacher Kinley Reid works in a rough area of Oklahoma City, doing her best to provide disadvantaged children with a quality education, with God s help When Justice, one of her students, gets into trouble for vandalism, she steps in to help him Nash McGuire is the real estate professional who grew up in the rough suburb, and who is now renovating his childhood home to sell personally, if I owned a house in an area run by gangs, I wouldn t waste money renovating to make it the nicest house in the neighbourhood I d sell to the first person who made an offer I certainly wouldn t park my late model car outside After all, real estate is Location, location, location , and this isn t the location they re meaning Nash is concerned by what he sees as Kinley s na ve approach, while Kinley trusts God to keep her safe and finds Nash s lack of faith disturbing Saving Justice had interesting characters and a noble ideal, but the plot lost me early on, when Nash wants Justice to pay for vandalising his car Isn t that what insurance is for, repairing things when the culprit can t be found or isn t able to pay It also seemed completely unreasonable unjust that the child was sentenced to community service within days of the alleged crime, with no apparent input from witnesses or social...


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    thought the details were spot on with the inner city issues that arise and the way it seems there isn t always help out there for when people need it the most I thought the author did a great job touching on subjects that matter and need a light shined on them I thought Kinley was amazing, her letting God protect her and lead the way for her love to shine, I thought Nash was amazing too, he had a lot of healing to do and a past to lay to rest and love as much as Kinley taught him to and then there s Justice, I thought his tough guy attitude was for show from the beginning the author wrote his character well, the love he needs, the protecting and the need to feel included and important I thought it was a well rounded story I just wish there was with Cade and changes they made or something I felt the love between Kinley and Nash but wanted from them I did think it was a good story and would look forward to reading by this author 3.5 to 4 stars review by Nanee at upallnig...


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    A loving teacher and a disillusioned entrepreneur find love while coming to the aid of an underprivileged boy This story has good romance between two people who had opposite perspectives on life I liked the sparks Full review is at my web...


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    I had the pleasure of receiving an Advanced Read Copy ARC of Susan Crawford s Saving Justice published through Redbud Press Unfortunately, a death in the family means I m late getting this review out but the book is still available in print and electronic format so it s not too late to pick up your own copy, something I recommend you do if you are a fan of clean contemporary Christian romance with an underlying inner city theme.The story revolves around elementary school teacher Kinley Reid who lost her brother to gang related violence and now struggles to help her students who are at risk for the same outcome Self made real estate entrepreneur Nash McGuire, however, wants nothing to do with the neighborhood or poverty he grew up in Kinley and Nash meet when one of her students, fourth grader Justice, vandalizes his Nash s expensive car As a form of punishment to the child rather than jail time, Kinley gets Nash to agree to let Justice repay some of the costs for repairing his car by doing community service at the house Nash is trying to...


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    I received a copy of this book from the author and Redbud Press for an honest reviewKinley is a school teacher was cares for all her students There is one student she notices has been out of school and decides to go to his home to check on him Kinley finds herself in a dangerous neighborhood knocking on a door hoping to find out why Justice has not been in school She does not get a nice welcome but is determined to help her student Nash is a man with a mission He is in his old neighborhood fixing up his mom s house, so it can be sold He seems like an angry man and when Kinley and his life intersect, sparks fly They don t get off to a good start, when Nash accuses Justice of damaging his car Kinley tries to reason with Nash, but it is not an easy task The characters are a mix of wanting to help , dealing with their past and trying to survive Kinley won t give up on Justice and soon finds herself in danger Nash is a strong determined man who still has a brother who he is trying to forgive and running from his past Justice is caught in trying to help his family , but getting mixed up in something that could,eas to ...


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    I have not read anything by this author before but now that I have discovered her, I will definitely be checking her out again I LOVED this book I have two daughters who are teachers and as I read the book, I kept picturing them as Kinley, the heroine, in the book I wish every child who goes to school, would have Kinley as a teacher Kinley teaches in a low income, drug infested, other side of the tracks area of a large city She feels it s her calling in life She s giving it her all and wants to help every student make something of themselves to get out of that way of life She has a student named Justice and gets very involved in his life I couldn t believe the lengths to which she went for him During that process, she meets Nash, a man next door who is just fixing up a house so he can sell it and be done with it He was raised in that area but made it out and is successful He doesn t want any part of it any so he doesn t want to get dragged back into it by Kinley when she asks for his help with Justice Kinley is a ray of sunshine and never give up on Justice, even when things look their worst Nash can t understand why she just can t understand that people in these circumstances don t change and she can t help them all I admired Kinley s attitude and persistence and unconditional love so much She never faltered in her belief that Justice was a good boy and needed love and support The ending was SO good She changed so many p...


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    SAVING JUSTICEAs a Christian, we know all things are possible thru God s love and Christ, his son This story demonstrates how that love can change one s future Although this is a Christian based novel and wonderful story of love, this book has an extremely realistic view of the world It explores poverty, project housing, children, vandalism, drugs growing up in a one parent home, and the odds of the child escaping that life and becoming a successful person A school teacher whose mission it is to aid her at risk students, Kinley decides to visit a student who has been absent from school for several days She refuses to believe that her student cannot be helped to begin a journey to leave his environment behind and become successful in life When she and her student meet Nash McGuire, who has beaten the odds and left his old neighborhood and become a successful businessman, she sets out to get him to help her with her student In doing so, Nash finds the woman that may be able to heal him.This book explores issues from the headlines of today When Kinley s student winds up getting in trouble with the law, can she help him turn his life around I was given a copy of the book to read and write an honest review To me the greatest part of the book is that it demonstrates God s grace can restore brokenness in lives, bring people together who ...


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    We are introduced to two characters that on the surface appear as different as daylight and dark Kinley is a beautiful, young woman who is an elementary school teacher She is a character to be admired She wants to continue her brother Eli s footsteps by helping poverty stricken families She feels that a lot of children can overcome their environments if are given a chance So many children are judged by their clothes or something a family member has done this day and time I love how this author brings this issue up Justice is a student in her class and after several days of being absent she drives to a less than desirable neighborhood to check on him Justice is a good kid, but one bad decision and his life is changed When Kinley steps up to his defense she meets the a very stubborn real estate de...


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    Susan Crawford s debut novel, Saving Justice, is a short and sweet love story perfect for porch or poolside reading It is certainly a quick and light read, but it is also full of heart This book is great for fans of contemporary romance.Kinley Reid is a teacher in one of Oklahoma City s most underprivileged and crime ridden neighborhoods Inspired by her deceased brother s dedication to the children of the area, Kinley goes above and beyond when it comes to her students Driven by success, Nash McGuire escaped his neighborhood and never wants to go back A vandalized car puts them both together and on a course to impact one young child s life.Just under 200 pages, Saving Justice is, as I said, a quick read The plot develops rapidly and there is not a lot of character development But I liked the characters, especially Kinley s 4th grade student, Justice I also liked the social conscience of the novel kids are worth investing in, especially when adult role models are few Sm...


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    Being a teacher was a dream i fullfilled when i assisted teaching kindergarten Although i no longer do that, children and teaching is close to my heart.This is one amazing novel Immediately when I started reading this novel I was pulled into it Not just the scene, which is basically a dump of a place, but into fourth grade teacher Kinley Reid s life, including her hopes, dreams and goals And you know what Neither Susan or Kin asked me I was just hooked i can not say just what it was It could have been the fabulous way she used her words so that you ended up standing in that yard of trash, not just seeing it, or the tug of emotion when you realized that someone Kinley loved lived in this situation That all was part of it, as was the need to find out why she was there, and why that shiny car was in the neighborhood There are twists and turns the reader never sees coming, and when I was done, I heard a limitless sigh of contentment Only a little one, as I really want to know...

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