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Deep in the Heart by Staci Stallings
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May 06, 12

bookshelves: romance, christian-books
Read from May 03 to 06, 2012

Whilst Maggie Montgomery struggles to fit into a world that seems like it's cut a few sizes too big for her, Keith Ayer struggles to earn his father love by doing what everybody expects from him. Maggie is an orphan turned nanny, whilst Keith is the son of a billionaire about to marry the daughter of a state senator. Years earlier, a tragic accident took away the glue that held their lives together and just as the circumstances were intertwined, soon their hearts followed.

This is a beautiful love story that is expertly told. The twists in the plot keep you glued to the book. It is a source of inspiration to all who have felt like misfits at some point in the lives. It also serves as a gentle reminder to those who may have forgotten what is most important in life. There are lessons of forgiveness, hope, strength and love. The overall story is great and the book flows freely. Whilst this is a love story and it may be easy to guess the outcome, the plot throws darts at you that you never saw coming.

This is a very inspiring read and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves good, clean romance.
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