Natasha's Legacy - Book # 4 The conclusion

By Heather Greenis

General fiction, Fantasy | eBook


The future of the Venderkemp orphanage is still in question. Only one family member is interested in carrying on the family business. Does that soft spoken, introvert have the emotional strength needed to manage the orphanage? Another tragedy and a difficult decision pulls the family together, tightening the family bond. Hope faces internal battles as conflicting values spin against her hopes and dreams. Keeghan and Will discover more than they dreamed possible, including the identity of their narrator, Alexander.



Canadian, born and raised in Ontario, I'm humanitarian, and an environmentalist. Reduce, re-use and then recycle. I'm proud of the fact we have solar panels on our home. We aren't off the grid, but we are putting clean energy into the grid. We have a 20 pound fluff-ball who runs the house. The humans simply pay the bills and ensure she gets fed twice a day. She is rather insistent upon the treats as well. My sister calls her the 'princess'. Our dog isn't spoiled at all. I love baseball. Well, to be honest. I haven't played in years. I'm a Blue Jays fan. I like to grumble when they don't win. Why shouldn't they win every game of the long season? During the winter months, you might find me at the local curling club. I play, and I manage our junior league. Last season we had 38 kids between the ages of 6 and 17. I have four other coaches that assist with the kids. Thank goodness, I couldn't do it without them. My husband is an avid reader who gets the first read on my manuscripts. If he likes it, he does some editing and gives me advice and suggestions. I'm always open for those, even when I grumble and argue about it. If he doesn't like my latest attempt, I sulk in the corner like a kid. Not really, just in my mind. But that manuscript gets placed on the back-burner until I decide what to do with it. Delete is aways an option.


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Canadian, born and raised in Ontario, I'm humanitarian, and an environmentalist. Reduce, re-use and then recycle. I'm proud of the fact we have solar panels on our home. We aren't off the grid, but we are putting clean energy into the grid. We have a 20 pound fluff-ball who runs the house. The humans simply pay the bills and ensure she gets fed twice a day. She is rather insistent upon the treats ...


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