Review: “Deep in the Heart” by Staci Stallings

Maggie has a few dollars in her pocket, but she has God on her side. Keith was born into a family with millions, but he’s empty on the inside. Staci Stallings has done an excellent job showing us it’s not what’s on the outside, but what’s ‘deep in the heart’ that matters.

I enjoyed reading Maggie and Keith’s story. The angst of their circumstances, both internal and external, kept me reading from beginning to end. I do love to read about handsome cowboys and the girls who love them. 🙂


Just out of college and completely alone in the world, Maggie Montgomery has one shot left to save her life from an abyss of poverty and hopelessness. Clinging to the last shred of fuel and hope, she arrives at the mansion of Texas billionaire Conrad Ayers. Although Maggie is clearly not what Mr. Ayers and his wife have in mind for a nanny, they agree to hire her temporarily until they can find someone more appropriate to fill the position. However, Maggie’s whole world is about to be up-ended by two way-over-scheduled children and one incredibly handsome hired hand. As she struggles to fit into a world she was never made to fit in, Maggie wonders if she can ever learn to become a perfect version of herself so she can keep the job, or is she doomed to always be searching for a life she can never quite grasp?

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