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Convicted felon Natalie Jones once gave her heart to Gage Merona. Now her heart belongs to eight-year-old Dash, the son Gage doesn't know about. Determined to face the criminal charges against her, Natalie moves Dash across the country to meet his father for the first time.
Although Dash is Natalie's whole world, her plan for redemption involves the heartbreaking task of leaving him with Gage. Will Natalie be able to forgive herself for what she must do? Will Dash?
And what happens when emotions between Natalie and Gage rekindle? How will Gage react when he learns the actual truth of what happened all those years ago?
©2017 Kristin Noel Fischer (P)2017 Kristin Noel Fischer
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By April H. on 12-03-17

Forgiving Natalie

Forgiving Natalie
By: Kristin Noel Fischer


This novel jerked at my heartstrings as I listened. So many issues were involved because of individual choices. I found myself in tears several times, and rooting for the protagonists to succussed all the way thru. I would like to hear of a sequel to this book.

The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. Rebecca Rush made every bit of the story touch the heart.



I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.


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By Jan M on 12-02-17

Recovery, Redemption, Reconciliation and Hope

What a gem this book was to listen to! I was pulled into the story from the very beginning. I thought the author wrote a very realistic book about addiction and how it effects so much. The choices one makes really come into play. This story has so many facets from the addiction, recovery, reconciliation, redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. I thought the author did a good job with interspersing their beliefs that prayer and believing in God does exist. I thought the narrator did an excellent job with conveying the emotions and had distinguishable voices for the various characters. I requested this review copy audiobook and was provided it by the author, narrator, and/or publisher and have voluntarily written this review. I will definitely listen to more books by both. The imagery the author wrote in this book was well done and the story was original and inspirational.

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