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Now And Always Paperback – Jun 2 2008

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Zondervan Books (June 2 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0310263514
  • ISBN-13: 978-0310263517
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 15 x 21.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 318 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #791,710 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Now and Always July 15 2012
By Karen A. Peale - Published on
I admired what the heroine was trying to do in this book. I also felt the author did a great job of kind of reminding us that you really need to stick to a budget and that aspect of the book was pretty real. What disappointed me is that I would have developed the relationship with the sheriff far more. It would have been great to have a stronger conflict as to what the heroine really wanted in a man. Funny, but I didn't care for Warren at all throughout the entire book, so I had a hard time relating as to why the heroine would have wanted to seek him out in the first place. I don't want to spoil things here, but she also needed to forgive the sheriff LONG before she did once you find out what really happened. We're talking about holding a major grudge!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
pretty good May 23 2008
By tkjordan - Published on
Format: Paperback
Now and Always is a very easy read. It flows smoothly in most parts. It was a little predictable though. I was about half way through the book when I had a good idea of how it would end. But overall it was very good. I loved the characters, especially Ben with his signs and fun loving personality!
good story April 4 2014
By Deana C - Published on
I enjoyed reading Now and Always by Lori Copeland. The story makes some good points, especially since the main character experiences for herself the attitudes that contribute to enabling abusive behaviors. As I read, I saw what she was doing and thought, "Now that's stupid." But when a person is in a relationship and really wants it to work, he/she seems to make all kinds of allowances for the other person's inappropriate and abusive behaviors. For this reason, I would recommend it for high school girls and others who are at risk for being involved in destructive relationships.
I have a few issues with the writing of it. Katie's obsession with lattes is overdone; her relationship with Ben should have been developed further; her interest in Warren is not quite understandable, and it's pretty hard to get frostbite or to freeze to death when the temperature is above freezing. The other thing that isn't fully explained is the location of Warren after Katie falls off the cliff. He didn't go back to the car, but no mention is made of where he is found.
Nice, but I've read better romances from this author Jan. 9 2013
By Barbara L. Lemaster - Published on
I really wanted to like this book, considering that I generally enjoy Copeland's romances and she creates very realistic characters. However, here she creates idealistic and naive Katie Addison, who runs a women's shelter despite not having any type of degree in social work or psychology.

She is also dumber than a bag of hammers. She doesn't seem to comprehend simple math, and really has no business taking care of women who've been abused when she can't take care of herself or her grandfather's farm. She constantly acts without thinking, and this is her greatest flaw. Would any man, no matter how patient, really put up with this level of stupidity on a daily basis?

That was my real problem with the book. Ben, her suitor, has had a longstanding crush on her; she doesn't reciprocate, believing that since he stood her up on prom night over a decade ago, they're not destined to be together. (That he has a valid excuse doesn't placate her.) Ben and Katie woo each other via amusing handheld signs, which is one of the little things I liked about this book. Copeland also creates a very good romantic triangle between Katie, Ben, and the book's sneering villain, Warren, a wealthy landowner/lawyer who genuinely believes that women are beneath him. How he eventually gets to Katie in the book's conclusion is worthy of any good thriller.

It's a decent read, but Copeland has definitely done better.
Wonderful! Aug. 15 2012
By Nancy - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Typical Lori Copeland! I love her style and stories! I have leaned that I can not go wrong with buying her books. It is always that was well spent!