Never Letting Go of Hope
A tender story that addresses prejudice in a unique way-in our own neighborhoods.# the protagonist Cassie's inspiring defense of the young girl Hope truly binds the reader to the characters.# the novel will cause readers to evaluate their own beliefs and morals.Cassie Roberts had an ordinary life. Busy with her duties as a wife and mother, her life is changed forever when her best friend dies, requesting that Cassie care for her African-American child, Hope. This unusual adoption causes many to question whether Cassie has done the right thing, and gives her the feeling that someone out there wants her to give up. But there is one thing Cassie can never let go of, and that's Hope.
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