Just the Way You Are

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Just the Way You Are

Just the Way You Are When Pastor Gabe asks Audrey Gilbraith to use her mad florist skills to help him design a prayer garden she s all in especially since it helps take her mind off the fact she s about to lose her job

  • Title: Just the Way You Are
  • Author: Jessica R. Patch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Pastor Gabe asks Audrey Gilbraith to use her mad florist skills to help him design a prayer garden, she s all in, especially since it helps take her mind off the fact she s about to lose her job and her apartment But working closely with Gabe without falling for him is complicated She s not pastor s wife material, and she has the past to prove it Gabriel Brookson wWhen Pastor Gabe asks Audrey Gilbraith to use her mad florist skills to help him design a prayer garden, she s all in, especially since it helps take her mind off the fact she s about to lose her job and her apartment But working closely with Gabe without falling for him is complicated She s not pastor s wife material, and she has the past to prove it Gabriel Brookson wants out of Audrey s friend zone, but when he pursues her romantically, he ruffles than a few feathers in his congregation How much is he willing to give up for this wonderful, quirky woman, and will Audrey accept him if he risks it all

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    1. Dora Hiers on said:

      Have you ever been in a situation, or worse, in a relationship, where you didn't feel like anything you did was good enough? Where no matter how much you tried to fit in or how much you attempted to be that person nothing worked? It's no fun. And that's Aubry. Loud and boisterous, she cracks yo-mama jokes and is chronically late to everything, including church. She's also hiding a tremendous amount of pain and guilt from her past."People dressed up hurt in all sorts of ways. Dresses and heels, a [...]

    2. Melody Cox on said:

      'Just the Way You Are' is the second book in the 'Seasons of Hope' series written by Jessica R Patch, an amazing new inspirational author. Within minutes of completing the first book in this series, 'Hope Under Mistletoe,' I was compelled to snatch up the the other three. In fact, yesterday I spent the day reading books two, three, and four and I am in awe of this author. All four books are beyond amazing but, for now, I will concentrate on this one.Pastor Gabriel Brookson is the recently new pa [...]

    3. Kara on said:

      Loved Audrey right away, she’s so different and quirky but she also has an amazing heart and despite living in a small town that’s not so easy to fit with, she loves her community with a unique passion. Her talent with making flower designs is unmatched and I found it adorable that she could never arrive anywhere on time. Her biggest flaw is learning to forgive herself, but one easy to relate to.Gabe isn’t just the new town pastor, but he’s also a widower and Audrey is the only woman he [...]

    4. Jen_C on said:

      Sweet. I read it because other reviews said it was not preachy, but I respectfully disagree a bit. I was unfamiliar with some of the worship terms.“I’m wondering who I’m seeing.” She stepped up and touched his cheek, setting off an explosion of feelings. “Forget to shave?” “I’m growing a beard. I thought, why not?” She gave him a sassy grin and nodded. “I’m diggin’ it, Pastor.” Then it was staying. Period. End of story.“What are you doing here?” He shook his head. H [...]

    5. Denise Hershberger (100 Pages per Hour) on said:

      This story was so sweet. I loved Gabe and Audrey. And this story was full of so many wonderful reminders from God. I really loved the lesson that it doesn't really matter if your ministry is making casseroles or flower arrangements that God works through whatever your talents are. I also loved the aspect of this story that preaches second chances and that people don't have to be perfect to be used by God.

    6. Kelly Bridgewater on said:

      In this sweet novella, Jessica R. Patch does a great job at reminding us to use our talents for God. Not try to squeeze in a mode that makes others happy. Unlike the first and fourth books in this series, Audrey and Gae did not have a past together. They both had to grow up from their past mistakes and learn to forgive. To conclude, I enjoyed reading another edition to this series and can't wait to read the third one.

    7. Julie Malcolm on said:

      This was an OK read, but I felt their problems were sorted with an ease that was totally unreal.

    8. DU418 on said:

      This is a sweet, clean story with two lovable main characters and an important Christian message. Gabe and Audrey are the reason I kept reading. I liked them from the start and wanted to see them work everything out. I feel the importance of the message, made specifically to church-going Christians, cannot be understated. Too much judgment is given within church walls, Christians hurting other Christians and not walking in the very love of God Jesus spoke of.However, as I stated, this book was w [...]

    9. Laura on said:

      I wasn't sure I'd read another one of this author's books after the first one, Hope Under Mistletoe. That one had an interesting premise, but some things about the book bothered me. However, this one was free (when I got it) on and I didn't recognize the author's name. :) I greatly enjoyed this book. Audrey is a fun, quirky character that I fell totally in love with. I could see why Gabe was infatuated with her for two years before he worked up the courage to "try." Audrey has a "history" which [...]

    10. Susan Crawford on said:

      I loved Just the Way You Are! Pastor Gabe and Audrey swept me into their world immediately. Honestly, I was afraid I wouldn't love Gabe as much as I loved Knox (the hero in the first book in this series), but I was wrong. Patch gave him just enough of an edge to make him irresistible. And I thoroughly identified with Audrey and her struggle of comparing herself to the people around her. This story has a beautiful message--God has given each of us unique gifts. Walk in your own gifting, don't try [...]

    11. Norma on said:

      Another great Christian romanceI love this series!! Jessica Patch is a wonderful author of good, clean, Christian romance. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. Just as an FYI, these books can be read individually. The first book and this one each had a complete story. The fun of the second book was I got to hear more about Eden and Knox from the first book. I love the excellent Christian messages in both books. We can all be forgiven and our Heavenly Father loves us no matter w [...]

    12. Susan on said:

      Loved the characters in this book and the overall theme that you are created with a purpose and a plan. Don't compare yourself to others! We all have talents, some more hidden some more visual, but all important and used. Jessica Patch shows God's truth through flawed characters, and in doing that delivers a message of hope. Oh, and beyond that, not many people can write romance like she does. Definitely sucks you in and always delivers a happy ending. She's an author you'll be adding to your "m [...]

    13. Kristin Spencer on said:

      This was a cute little Novella (a short novel). It made me laugh, it made me cry. I think that every woman will be able to relate with Audrey, the protagonist. The story is a little predictable, but that isn't necessarily bad. It is a fun, quick read, with a lot of heart. The only critique I have is that the kissing scenes are a little on the steamy side for my taste.

    14. Toni Shiloh on said:

      Just the Way You Are is a great story of seeing yourself through God's eyes and not the failures you've endured. I believe everyone feels the way Audrey does at one time or the other. This book is one we can all identify with. I loved it!

    15. Lynda Knapp on said:

      Totally Enjoyable!Audrey and Gabe are very likeable characters. I enjoyed reading about them and all of the others in this book. I do recommend this and will look forward to reading more by this author.

    16. Tia on said:

      Super quick read but pretty darn good! I haven't heard of this series until this novel but it was so cute, that I may have to check out the rest of it.

    17. Lillie on said:

      A sweet and fun romance with memorable characters and a Christian message

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