Child Beloved of New Hearts by dancinbutterfly
When Agron stumbles upon a vulnerable, abandoned baby, he cannot leave him behind. He has the overwhelming urge to protect the baby, even though his fellow rebels view the child as a liability and hindrance. Will Agron convince the rebels, and Nasir, that the child deserves to live and thrive?
It's rare that I read a story in which Agron has such an extreme paternal moment. Usually Nasir broaches the topic of children, but Child Beloved of New Hearts is a refreshing change, and I really liked Agron's determination and almost immediate emotional connection to the baby.