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  • The next generation!

    This is Maggie Moreno’s story, and readers familiar with Kathryn Shay’s books will remember her from earlier stories. She had a really rough time when her parents divorced, and she’s now an emotional support teacher, starting a new job with her emotional support dog Rosie at Stepping Stones school. There she meets the fifth grade teacher, Noah, with whom she has an immediate connection – but their pasts collide. I loved the focus on the use of emotional support dogs for children with special needs of whatever kind; I hope this is something that really catches on. The story itself is good, and there are cameos from some of the Gentilleschi sisters and Maggie’s parents. This family is never boring.

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  • Teacher's Pet

    I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it. I am giving this 3 stars. I was disappointed with this story. This is a favorite author of mine and I typically am saddened when the story ends. Not the case here though. There were times when I was confused as to what was going on. Chapter 2 starts out with a conversation and it isn't until after almost a page that it is noted that it was a phone call. There were other times when I was completely thrown off as well. I really don't think that this book was up to the author's prior works. It is almost like someone else wrote the book. This was written in my favorite dual POV format. I generally like that as it helps me to connect with the characters. That wasn't the case here for me. I felt a disconnect with both main protagonists. These are my opinion of this story. While I really didn't connect with the characters or story, someone else may thoroughly enjoy it. I feel someone a lot younger than I would.

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