I received a copy of Justified by Varoma Denman from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
In a small Texas town ruled by gossip, Fawn Blaylock believes others are justified in condemning her untimely pregnancy. Stifled by guilt, she yearns for grace while the local football coach treats her with gentle respect.
Justified perfectly captures the rhythm and romance of life in a small town, telling the unforgettable story of a woman searching for renewal, a man looking beyond what others see, and a community torn between judgment and love. It is the unforgettable story of broken dreams, second chances, and relentless hope.
Fawn Blaylock finds herself pregnant and homeless. Her parents kick her out as soon as they find out about the baby. Growing up she was given everything she ever wanted except for love from her parents. She is offered a shack with the best view Fawn's ever seen. She sees this as her chance to prove she can make it on her own. Fawn gets a part time job at the local feed store helping with the books. While at the feed store she begins to re-connect with her high school history teacher JohnScott Picket. The more Fawn talks to JohnScott the more she realizes he's treating her with respect. Respect is not something Fawn is used to receiving. Will he help her to realize she's worth more than she realizes?