Saving Justice

Saving Justice This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN Saving Justice After losing her brother to gang related violence elementary schoolteacher Kinley is on a mission to help her at risk students

  • Title: Saving Justice
  • Author: Susan Crawford
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  • Page: 247
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  • 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 WhenThis 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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    1. 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 hou [...]

    2. 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 t [...]

    3. 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 K [...]

    4. 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 [...]

    5. 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 w [...]

    6. 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 [...]

    7. 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 au [...]

    8. 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 succes [...]

    9. 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 c [...]

    10. Saving Justice by Susan Crawford is a wonderful romantic story on making a difference, losing and finding faith, family reunions and forgiveness. This is a solidly written story with characters that are realistically portrayed in an interesting plot. It is the first book by this author that I have read but I will look for more written by her now. At the heart of the novel is Kinley Reid, a fourth grade teacher, who shows concern and care for her students especially Justice who lives in urban pov [...]

    11. 3.5 stars This book was a pretty short read, but it took me a long time to get through. The story was a little slow to my taste. It's not that I didn't like the book, for it was good overall, but it just didn't really pull me in.Another downside was the characters. Throughout the book, they barely ever talked to each other and just assumed what everyone else were thinking, feeling and doing. That drove me completely crazy and made me want to yell at them to TALK! I mean surely most of the issues [...]

    12. Reviewed at The Power of Words: tinyurl/nj4q3obSaving Justice is book #1 in Susan Crawford's Heart of the City series, and that series title couldn't be more appropriate because it focuses on the strength of this story: heart. This light, sweet contemporary romance is set in Oklahoma City and has an urban, inner city theme - heartbreaking and full of hope at the same time.With its drugs and poverty, the community of Martindale is an area many would turn their back on - yet fourth-grade teacher K [...]

    13. Saving Justiceby Susan CrawfordRating: 4/5Redbud Press – Fiction | Christian RomanceRelease Date: March 24, 2015Nash has made great strides to overcome his poor and underprivileged upbringing in a bad neighborhood. He has vowed to never return, but circumstances bring him back to his old home in need of renovation and into a young boy, Justice, and his teacher, Kinley.Kinley is on a mission to provide the best care and education for her elementary students. She stops by her student Justice’s [...]

    14. I found Saving Justice to be an interesting story that flowed well. The characters of Nash, Kinley, Justice, and Cade all had significant events in their histories that molded them each into the people they are in the story.I have to admit that it took me awhile to warm up to these characters. Even though I enjoyed the story, I wasn’t always on the same wavelength with the characters and the decisions they were making! But it was still a fun read. I wondered if Cade was on the up and up. I had [...]

    15. Characters: I absolutely loved the characters in this story! My heart cried for the little boy, Justice, who is caught between knowing good and bad but wanting to help his family. Kinley made me laugh so many times. She was so fun and quirky in a sweet way. And Nash he was the perfect hero for the book. One who had everything going for him, but he had his own conflicts of trying to escape his past.Storyline: This storyline was the perfect blend of trying to live our lives the way God would want [...]

    16. This is the first for me reading about this reviewer and a new publisher have to say really good so far. I fell in love with Kinley`s spirit and never giving up on her school children. There were times she might have gone a little too far yet again it is because of this I love her more. I mean she never gives up even when the man who is falling for her gives her an ultimatum she sticks to her guns and doesn`t give up on Justice. Now Nash seemed a little longer to like but he has his own reasons [...]

    17. Saving Justice by Susan Crawford is a play on words and the perfect title for this inspirational fiction. I loved this book from the beginning. I got so involved in the story and characters I finished in two days! Kinley Reid is a fourth grade teacher at Martindale Elementary, which is located in a less than desirable part of town, determined to teach her students more than required subjects, to show them someone cares; Nash McGuire grew up in this part of town and once he finishes fixing up and [...]

    18. With real-life characters and situations, Saving Justice is an engaging read! Kinley Reid is an elementary teacher, believing in each of her fourth grade students. Her devotion is inspiring, as is her special interest in helping Justice, one of her students who starts missing school and is caught in an act of vandalism. Nash McGuire has worked hard to overcome his past and become successful. The last thing this business man wants to do is revisit the life he left behind. Nash is a complex charac [...]

    19. Wonderful book! I was totally blown away by the fact this is a debut novel. Ms. Crawford writes with the skill of a veteran author. The characters will touch your heart and pull you into Martindale. Kinley is full of warmth and love, but fully understands the risks involved in fighting for children in this downtrodden neighborhood. I thought she did an excellent job with Nash, the hero. Having grown up in the area I can understand his desire to have nothing to do with the neighborhood. I don't w [...]

    20. This is a story that could come out of today's headlines. Kinley is a teacher with at risk kids who lost her brother to gang related violence so she is on a mission to save at risk kids. Nash is an executive who grew up in that same neighborhood and worked hard to get out of it and make something of himself. He has no intentions of going back until he has to deal with his mom's house and meets Kinley and one of her students, a boy named Justice. Justice is sentenced to community service so the t [...]

    21. I adore a good Christian romance book, especially when the author is able to add a unique story line to the mix. The story is focused around saving a boy named Justice, who doesn't have the best home life, upbringing or neighborhood. His christian teacher decides to step up and help raise him, however it's not an easy journey. The story has a really nice flow to it, and shows us both side of life, the good and the bad. At the beginning of the book I thought some of the prayers seemed a little fo [...]

    22. Saving Justice by by Susan Crawford was such a good book to read. I loved the characters from the very first page right up until the end of the book. I found myself getting caught up in what was going on like it was a true story and not a work of fiction. I often wonder what the world would be like if there were more people like Kinley in this world. Anyway lets get back to the book review. I loved this authors style of writing and the plot of this story. It was a great story that wasn’t hard [...]

    23. This book is darling - and it also had something happen in it that I did not see coming and still almost can't believe that Crawford included it. It was handled very well and added so much authenticity to the plot.Kinley is a wonderful heroine: she's the kind of teacher I educator I strive to be and that I pray my child has. She's also unfailingly optimistic and it is easy to know why Mr. Grumpy (Nash) was drawn to her. This is a faith-based book and demonstrates how God is at work and can use t [...]

    24. Saving Justice by Susan Crawford is an captivating book about Kinley's mission as an inner city teacher to help vulnerable studentsIn an effort to help one of her students, Justice she meets Nash McGuire, a former member of the neighborhood made good.There is an attraction but it is secondary to her goalI admire the character of Iris and her tenacity because she forages ahead even knowing there is danger because she believes in God's power to protect her.This book shows a woman's unwavering fait [...]

    25. Wow! Hard to believe this is a debut book. This author has done a great job writing a novel that is so realistic. I fell in love with Justice first and then his teacher, Kinley. Kinley's love for her at risk children being raised in a gang community reminds me of my daughter-in-love who is the same type teacher. Kinley goes beyond her responsibility as a teacher. Her faith in Justice is so awesome. Nash was raised in this community and has become a self made man. He hates having to be back there [...]

    26. Really good book! Very unique storyline about a teacher trying to make a difference in the lives of her students --- living in a run down, gang invested, side of town. One student in particular needed her help. In the process of helping her student she locks horns with Nash, a former resident of the neighborhood. What follows is heartbreaking, heart lifting, and full of love. I would love to see a sequel to this book with Cade's story (a loose end in the book) --- and a follow up with Nash and K [...]

    27. I loved everything about this story. The characters are so real, I feel like they could be friends. The little boy, Justice, is wonderful. You can't help but pull for him. The setting is wonderful. I like a nice small town story now and again, but this story takes place in the city, and sometimes, in the lower-income sections of the city. I love that peek into the lives of the underprivileged, and I especially love the way it shows how everyday people can make a difference. I highly recommend Sa [...]

    28. This is the first book that I have read by this author, but it won't be my last. I was caught up in the lives of the characters and the story line from the first pages and was kept reading to see what was going to happen next. It is also a wonderful story of what can happen when people such as Kinley and Nash choose to put their pasts behind them and get involved to help a child from a low income area even when it puts their lives at risk. I was given an e-copy of this book in return for an hone [...]

    29. Susan Crawford’s debut novel, Saving Justice, exposes the reader to the gritty side of life when a young boy’s choices throws together a crusading schoolteacher and an entrepreneur trying to escape his past. With multi-dimensional characters, an endearing romance, and a plot that tugs at the reader’s heart, Crawford crafted a story that shows how God’s grace can restore the brokenness in our lives.

    30. Saving Justice is a sweet Christian romance. The story of a fourth grade teacher who teaches in a crime riddled neighborhood. She loves her students and wants to save them from this life. Enter a man who hates the area and has returned to refurbish his home place to put it on the market. Can the two of them save Justice from a life of crime? I recommend you read the book to find out. I will be watching for future books from this author. I was given an ARC for this honest review.

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