A Chance at Forever

A Chance at Forever Review

Mercy McClain joined the school board to protect the children of Teaville, Kansas, from the bullying she experienced as a child. When the worst offender from her school days applies for a teaching position, she is dead set against it. Yet Aaron Fireb...

Title:A Chance at Forever

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  • Staci

    In this final book of the Teaville Moral Society, there is a focus on the red light district and helping those that want to have a better life. This followed the same pattern as the first two books in...

  • Brittany

    This book was so good!!! I could hardly set this novel down because I was seriously invested in the these two main characters.Mercy had a lot to deal with in her life, from being born with a deformed ...

  • Caitlyn Santi

    I have been loving this series and I was highly anticipating Mercy's story! This book was phenomenal, I loved every single minute! I already knew that I really liked Mercy, so I was sure that I would ...

  • Clara

    Bullying is a horrible practice that leaves unfathomable consequences, especially in regards to trust and self-acceptance. What can be most heartbreaking is that it may come from those who should be u...

  • Beth

    Melissa Jagears is one of my favorite historical romance authors. When I want a story that is romantic yet still focused on true-to-life issues, I can count on Jagears to deliver. A Chance at Forever ...

  • Trisha Robertson (Joy of Reading)

    I have enjoyed reading all the books in the Teaville Moral Society, but this one is my favorite! This story deals with some heavy topics and situations, but every page points back to Jesus and His lov...

  • Rebecca

    "Aaron Firebrook . . . . . . she'd figured he was likely related to the worst bully she'd ever known, but to actually be him?"George Aaron Firebrook has a lengthy list of those in Teaville with whom h...

  • Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)

    Can a person really change? What are morals? Those are some of the interesting thoughts that I had while reading this book. There are examples of cause and effect. Someone who is abused can become a b...

  • Dana Michael

    I really enjoyed A Chance at Forever. This is the third book in the series. The heroine Mercy was bullied as a little girl by the hero Aaron. As an adult, and a born again Christian he attempts to ask...

  • Shantelle

    4.5 starsA Chance at Forever is a worthwhile read! Even if it took me awhile to start enjoying the story, I ended up loving this book. I'm definitely a fan of author Melissa Jagears with her wide vari...