Red Coat by Isobella Dunn – Review by Erica Shoebridge

Red CoatRed Coat by Isobella Dunn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sara Flemming was once a foster kid with penchant for running from her placement homes. All grown-up now, she chose to be a social worker for the same fostering agency that struggled to find her a home as a child. When a new young teen arrives on the scene, one with the same history of running as Sara, she seems to be the only one that can understand and get through to the girl. Circumstances collide to bring some childhood friends zooming back into her life, and Sara has to not only help her charge, but deal with unfinished business from the past.
This story is well written and easy-to-read. I enjoyed the pacing of the story and getting to know Sara and Rachael. It was sensitive to the topic of foster care while also being unflinching in the realities that can sometimes occur. A good read, give it a go.

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