"The Line" by @Amie_Knight #BookReview #Interview via @HEABookToursPR

Written by PresidentELLA

"Home" is where love is. All it takes is one person to show another love, to make them feel at home. Everly, named after the train station she was abandoned in as an infant, spent a great part of her life surviving on her own. "You can only run so long, and I'd been doing it since the beginning. A slew of abusive foster homes always had me running back to the streets. A place where I, strangely, always felt safest. The people on the streets ignored me, sure, but they didn't beat me, try to touch me or starve me," she explains about life before Mama Lou... before Cole.

Imagine being without food, shelter and love? The love of strangers is what ends up bringing her back home. The tale of strength, trust and compassion both melted my heart and revived it. Not only is this tear-tugging love story inspirational, but I got to send a few interview questions to the Amie Knight herself!  

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