Reprogramming Carlos
by JR Thompson

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Ministering to troubled youth can easily tarnish a person's reputation.

Mr. Bones, always striving to reach those falling through society's cracks, often finds his head on the chopping block.

He isn't stupid; he knows all too well that it only takes one false allegation to ruin his career and his reputation throughout the community. But it's worth the risk... or is it?

Carlos Estrada, his newest client, is different than most of the others the young probation officer supervises. With Carlos having a history of acting out sexually, Mr. Bones must proceed with caution.

It's difficult to persuade a person to change his life around when he doesn't think he's doing anything wrong. Can Mr. Bones help Carlos before Carlos gets the best of him?

If you've already read the first two books in the Worthy Battle series, you won't want to miss this one!

Buy your copy of Reprogramming Carlos today to see if it's possible to redeem the teen before he ruins his own life.

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Meet Carlos

I know what you're thinking. Why would a cute, innocent looking kid like me wind up on probation? I wish I understood the answer to that one myself. I think my teachers and my parents, and even the legal system in general forgot what it was like to be kids. I just like to have a good time and make people laugh. What's wrong with that?

Meet Pop

I don't know what to do with my own son. I don't know what that says about my ability to parent. But my greatest fear is that Carlos is going to wind up becoming a sexual predator when he gets older. I know I goofed off a lot when I was his age, but I knew where the line was. I sure wish he could figure it out.

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Meet Ma

I'm constantly find myself asking where we went wrong. Yes, Carlos can be a fun kid to be around. He likes to laugh, and joke, and play. But no matter how much we talk to him, he doesn't seem to realize it's not always fun time. And even when it, that doesn't mean he can violate other people's rights just so he can get a good laugh.