Thursday, March 15, 2012

Book Review: Deep in the Heart by Staci Stallings

    Romance, faith, forgiveness, reconciliation, Deep in the Heart has them all. Like each of her books I've read, Staci Stallings' new romance quickly draws you in. Deep in her readers' hearts is where she plants her two main characters, down-to-her-last-dollar Maggie Montgomery and handsome Keith Ayer, son of wealthy, blue-blooded Conrad Ayer.
    Both Maggie and Keith have deep wounds from painful childhood experiences. Maggie's wounds are healed…almost, but Keith's are still festering. Coming from socially opposite ends of the universe and scarred by their past, can these two ever find enough common ground to share what each has that the other desperately needs?
    Rather than spoil the story and its many surprises, I'll let Staci's skillful writing spoil you with her rich character development and captivating story line, combined with a strong cast of supporting characters.
    Set deep in the heart of Texas, this is a story all romance readers are sure to enjoy, especially those who like a solid faith component to their romance.

About Staci Stallings:
    Staci attended Texas Tech Universitythe Texas Aggie writing this review forgives Staci for being a Red Raider :)where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Journalism along with minors in Secretarial Business and Education. After graduation Staci worked at Alamo Catholic High School  in Amarillo, Texas, where she taught English, literature, journalism, and typing. She lives in Amarillo, Texas where her main career now is her family. She continues to write and has several novels in print, ranging in genre from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian.

    You can read more Staci on her web site:


  1. This is one of my favorites of hers!!! 'Course, I say that about almost all them. *smiling* Seriously, Deep in the Heart, Dreams by Starlight, Princess, and The Price of Silence are on the top of my list. But all of Staci's stories are exellent!!!!

    Debra Ullrick

    1. Thanks, Debra. My wife and I both read the book and really enjoyed it. Being a Texas Aggie, like the male MC, made the story even more interesting for me.