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?
"Forgiving Natalie is an unforgettable love story about forgiveness and second chances. An intense read, this latest Kristin Noel Fischer book will stay with you long after you finish the last page."
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About the Author
Kristin is a Golden Heart Finalist, an Inspirational Reader’s Choice finalist as well as a Golden Quill finalist for Best Inspirational Romance. She lives in Texas where she enjoys biking, gardening, reading contemporary women's fiction, and spending time with her husband and six kids.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The USAToday review was absolutely correct when it said once you've read Forgiving Natalie, the reader will want to read all her other books--I've already downloaded Anna's Courage and will be getting her other books. Forgiving Natalie is a feel-good book even though you can see disaster looming throughout the story. Fischer is a good writer who quickly draws the reader into the story. Her characters are well-drawn--Gage is swoon-worthy and the man every woman wants to marry. Natalie is spunky and independent and a great mother. Dash steals the book, though. I wanted it to work out for them almost from the get-go. I found her portrayal of drug addiction accurate, and Fischer showed how easily one can become entangled in addictions. Readers who enjoy a good love story will love Forgiving Natalie.
Kristin Noel Fischer never fails to make me sigh with content when I finish one of her books. Forgiving Natalie is no exception. I admit I wasn't sure I'd like reading a book that went back and forth between 2007 and 2017 but Kristin made it easy to read. I do wish I'd learned a bit more about the criminal charges Natalie faced earlier on, but that didn't stop me from searching ways during my workday to sneak in another few pages. The book kept me engaged and hooked from the beginning. The romance between Natalie and Gage took a big hit in the past, but Kristin brings them back to a happy, solid relationship in a realistic way. For a feel good, heartwarming story, make sure to read Forgiving Natalie.