Kate Addison loves a challenge and helping others is her passion. She's opened a home for abused women, rehabs injured horses, helps mend Warren's broken heart, but her least favorite part of her life is to manage her finances. That's where gorgeous Warren Tate steps in and decides to help her. However, she may prove to be far more independent and stubborn that he bargained for, particularly when he deletes her daily lattes from her budget.
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(7 Reviews) 7
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4 out of 4100%customers would recommend this product to a friend.
I really enjoyed "Now and Always", it was a easy read and sometimes you just need that kind of book I really wanted this book to go on at least another 100 pages, I really enjoyed Ben, he was so fun loving, I just recently started reading Lori Copeland's books and now I cannot get enough of them. God has really blessed her with a talent for writing
I was reading along, predicting the outcome, shaking my head over the Warren character and then stopped short:Why is it that either the authors or the editors (or both)of "Christian" fiction feel the need to use foul language? Heck, hell, darn, sheesh, etc.? If these folks went along with the Bible they would know that blessing and cursing, sweet and bitter, DO NOT come from the same source. - The daily (and more than once daily) lattes are way over the top for the lady. Or is she supposed to be a ditzy non-blonde? I am sorry, but this book could use some serious revision.
Now and Always is an easy read; it flows very smoothly. It's a little predictable though; halfway through the book I knew how it would end. I loved the characters, especially Ben, who's very fun loving! Warren was a little unbelievable though. It's hard to understand how a man can hate women so much after just one bad relationship! But overall, it's an enjoyable book.