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    Emotional Rollercoaster

    The depth of emotion between Maggie & Porter is incredible, to see how Maggie grows with him having her back the whole way is gorgeous. So many factors worked against them but they endured. I loved the whole book, I laughed, I cried and I got mad. Kari Nolan sure knows how to wring every bit of emotion from her readers, everyone should read this book!! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Romantic second chance in small town.

    Kait Nolan, ‘Bring it on Home’, a Misfit Inn novel. As an ARC reader I received a free copy and promised an honest review. Here it is. English isn’t my first language. Sorry for errors. Rating: 4 stars (of 5). In general: Romantic second chance in small town. Main characters: - Maggie Reynolds. She was born and raised as a foster child at the Misfit Inn in Eden’s Ridge in the Deep South of the US. Got pregnant when she was 17 years old. The father was the son of a very wealthy family with much economic influence in the region. He refused the parenthood and his family bought Maggie’s silence. But Maggie had a miscarriage, left her home town and studied in California where she got an important position in a successful investment company. - Porter Ingram. Also born and raised in Eden’s Ridge. Had a secret crush on Maggie already before her pregnancy; helped her during the pregnancy (and the accompanying small town gossip), but lost Maggie after the miscarriage and her departure to the West Coast. He build his own contracting company in Eden’s Ridge and remained in contact with Maggie at a distance. At the start of the book Maggie has a breakdown during a presentation: she worked too long too hard and forgot to care for her health. Her boss (and good girlfriend), who admires Maggie for her talent and dedication, forces her into a sabbatical period before she becomes seriously ill. During the sabbatical Maggie stays in Eden’s Ridge to help a sister who expects her first child. The author, Kait Nolan, describes how it’s difficult for Maggie to de-stress, to ignore the old town gossip and to accept help from Porter and her family at the Misfit Inn. In addition there are complications with Porter’s firm and the wealthy family of Maggie’s old seducer (and parenthood refuser). All in all the author creates an easy to read story with many wonderful characters and a romantic (although not very original) second-chance love in an interesting small town (again described with a lot of feeling) in the Deep South.
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    Bringing it again and again

    I love this series of books. The sisters are a great group of diverse women who would do anything for each other. The inclusiveness of of the ever expanding family makes me smile. This is the last sister to find her way and all I can say is I’m really sorry if this is the last of the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Bring It On Home

    Yet another wonderful story from Kait. I have loved all the children from the Misfit Inn, and this one brought it all together. Such a great writer, with wonderful stories.
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    Bring It On Home

    ARC for honest review with no compensation received from BookSprout Bring It On Home is book 4 in the Misfit Inn series by Kait Nolan. Now it’s Maggie and Porter’s turn. We know some of the history between these two from the prior books but WOW totally didn’t realize the depth of their history and the secrets they carry. When Maggie collapses from exhaustion burning the candle at both ends, Porter flies to California to bring her home to recuperate so her sisters don’t worry. While she has never been idle it will be a challenge keeping her down. When talks of getting the Eden’s Artisan Guild off the ground she knows she can help as this is what she does in California...but her past is coming back to haunt her with all the town talk, secrets she thinks are buried, and a man who wants to be more than just her friend... This story gives you all the feels, tears, laughter, secrets, family, friends who understand and hopes for a love everlasting...can Maggie and Porter find their HEA??
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