Jackson, aged 10, is aggressive, confrontational and often runs away from home. His mother can no longer cope with his behaviour after losing her husband and older son in tragic circumstances. She has no choice but to put him into foster care.
Jackson is also grieving for the loss of his father and brother, but is there more to it? Experienced foster carer Cathy Glass tries to reach him but without success. Then a chance phone call leads to a shocking disclosure and the arrest of a local man. Jackson and his family can finally start to heal.
Cathy has been a foster carer for over 25 years, during which time she has looked after more than 150 children, of all ages and backgrounds. She is a specialist foster carer, also referred to as a level three carer, which means she often looks after children with complex needs or those with very challenging behaviour. Much of her inspiration for writing comes from fostering. She was awarded a degree in education and psychology, as a mature student.
Cathy has always combined fostering with writing, rising very early every morning in order to write, before the day begins with her ever changi...
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