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What growth did you see in Meghan over the course of the book?

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I didn't care for Meghan in the beginning but loved her by the end of the book. I thought the character development was amazing. 

She was awesome at the end.

I think Meghan became more responsible. She grew more confident about her ability to teach. I believe she was truly taken aback by all the support she received by the people of the town. And I think that gave her more confidence in herself.

She seems to grow more mature as the book goes on.

I like that she didn't rush into anything. She seemed to think before making any decisions which showed maturity on her part.

IMO it was more awareness than growth. She finally realized she had the capability to hold down a relationship. She finally learned to trust her instincts and realized she was selling herself short.

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