Redeemed: The Matawapit Family Series, #1

· Matawapit Family Book 2 · eXtasy Books
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Bridget Matawapit is an Indigenous activist, daughter of a Catholic deacon, and foster mother to Kyle, the son of an Ojibway father—the ex-fiancé she kicked to the curb after he chose alcohol over her love. With Adam out on parole and back in Thunder Bay, she is determined to stop him from obtaining custody of Kyle.


Adam Guimond is a recovering alcoholic and ex-gangbanger newly paroled. Through counseling, reconnecting with his Ojibway culture and twelve-step meetings while in prison, Adam now understands he’s worthy of the love that frightened him enough to pick up the bottle he’d previously corked. He can’t escape the damage he caused so many others, but he longs to rise like a true warrior in the pursuit of forgiveness and a second chance. There’s nothing he isn’t willing to do to win back his son—and Bridget.


When an old cell mate’s daughter dies under mysterious circumstances in foster care, Adam begs Bridget to help him uncover the truth. Bound to the plight of the Indigenous children in care, Bridget agrees. But putting herself in contact with Adam threatens to resurrect her long-buried feelings for him, and even worse, she risks losing care of Kyle, by falling for a man who might destroy her faith in love completely this time.

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Heather W
February 7, 2020
Redeemed is the second book in the Matawapit Family series. This story has great characters that have a past together but are not supposed to have a future. The story line is well written and brings to light some hard subjects to deal with such as foster care and gangs. There are also family issues and the history of the indigenous community in Canada. Is there any way that Adam can redeem himself and he and Bridget can be a family together with Kyle or has too much damage been done? I read and reviewed this book with no obligation.
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