The Heart of the Matter, Welcome To Redemption, Book 6

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Allie Daniels wants a family of her own, but she can’t have children. Single parent Rick Wilde returned to Redemption to raise his son. Brought together by an orphaned kitten, Allie is helpless to resist Lukas’ impish innocence and Rick’s charm. Does she risk her heart on an impossible dream, or will Rick’s desire for more kids devastate their future? More

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About Stacey Joy Netzel

I fell in love with books at a young age, so for me it seemed only natural to graduate to writing them...when I'm not chained to my desk at the day job as a corporate travel agent. I credit my parents for encouraging my dreams of becoming a published author, as well as the very talented friends I've made in Romance Writers of America and Wisconsin Romance Writers (WisRWA) since joining in 2004.

An avid reader and lover of movies with happy endings, I still live in Wisconsin with my husband and three children, a couple horses and some barn cats. In my limited free time I enjoy gardening and canning, and visiting my parents up north at the cabin on the lake with the whole family.

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Review by: Diana Coyle on Sep. 05, 2011 :
This was the final book in the Welcome to Redemption series and I felt that it was a perfect ending to a perfect series. I have to say that I was smitten with Rick early on and I had hoped that Allie would give him a chance to correct the things he did to her in the past. I just hoped that it wasn’t too late for them since so many years had already passed. I really loved these characters and I wanted them together no matter what obstacles they may have faced from either their past or even their present. I felt these two were the perfect couple and I loved how Ms. Netzel told their story. I highly recommend not only this story, but also the entire six book series. Don’t pass these stories up!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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