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Based on a true story, this sequel is an unabridged accounting of one unique Florida caseworker and the influence he has in the lives of a multitude of young children and teenagers in his caseload. We're talking children relegated to a system that is considered a last resort for those whose parents have been deemed absent, mentally unfit, or emotionally unstable to care for them. Until they are ready for their children to be returned to them, if ever, the state becomes their overseers, mentors, while caseworkers and GALs become their guardians. This is not a book of pleasure or entertainment; it's a book about real people with real feelings and about what happens when parents stop being parents. So come spend some time seeing what these dedicated caseworkers actually do and why they do it. Our story picks up in St Augustine where the main character is in the employment of a new agency, with a new caseload, dealing with new children, and a host of new problems. Care enough to hear his side of the story?