- By Pat Simmons

No Easy Catch

  • Title: No Easy Catch
  • Author: Pat Simmons
  • ISBN: 9781629110097
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • No Easy Catch Shae Carmen hasn t lost her faith in God only the men she s come across who profess to follow Him Heartbroken and humiliated after discovering that herboyfriend was not only married but also on the v

    Shae Carmen hasn t lost her faith in God, only the men she s come across who profess to follow Him.Heartbroken and humiliated after discovering that herboyfriend was not only married but also on the verge ofreconciling with his estranged wife, she flees her job inNebraska for St Louis, Missouri, and starts over with afresh slate as a weekend TV news anchor reporter.St LoShae Carmen hasn t lost her faith in God, only the men she s come across who profess to follow Him.Heartbroken and humiliated after discovering that herboyfriend was not only married but also on the verge ofreconciling with his estranged wife, she flees her job inNebraska for St Louis, Missouri, and starts over with afresh slate as a weekend TV news anchor reporter.St Louis Cardinals outfielder Rahn Maxwell had beencoasting along in life until an attempted carjackingawakened him to the reality of his feeble faith Whena local television station lands an exclusive interview,Rahn shares his testimony and commits to getting rightwith God Meeting a lovely news anchor named Shae, acommitted Christian, further compels his quest to followChrist and to win Shae s heart.Just when Shae lets her guards down, another scandalrocks her world This time, the stakes are higher, andshe and Rahn aren t immune to the aftershocks For asecond time, Shae s heart is on the line, along wi

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    1. A Home RunFleeing betrayal, Shae Carmen quits her job in Nebraska and heads to St Louis after accepting a job offer at KMMD-TV, as a Reporter and news anchor. Finding out she has been lied to in the worse possible way Shae finds she herself single and struggling to pick up the pieces of life after Alex. But thankfully Carmen and her sisters are a tight knit family and it is that family glue and her faith in the Lord that fills the broken pieces of her life.Rahn Maxwell thought for sure his life [...]

    2. WOW!!! This was my first read by Pat Simmons and let me tell you it will not be my last. I loved the way that the storyline flowed so smoothly. Her scriptures were well timed and very appropriate, without being preachy or over the top. I loved how Shae and Rahn seemed like normal, everyday people that lived normal everyday lives. They were not so overly wealthy, or so over the top sexy that they were unbelievable.Newscaster Shae Carmen was not looking for love. Her last relationship caused her h [...]

    3. It does my heart good to be able to write this review. Pat Simmons has done an incredible job of creating beautiful characters, acknowledging the Lord and composing a well-written story. In this book, you meet Shae. She is one of four God-fearing Carmen sisters. After discovering that her boyfriend has a major secret that he’s been keeping, a broken-hearted Shae evacuates her current residence in Nebraska and heads to St. Louis. At this point, she decides that being in a relationship may not b [...]

    4. This book was an easy and enjoyable read. The storyline flowed so freely. Shae, one of the Carmen sisters, has always prided herself on being a vessel that God could use. She thought she had also found the same thing in her boyfriend. However, that would prove to be the furthest thing from the truth. Upon being hurt by her boyfriend's secret, she decides to relocate. Leaving Nebraska for St. Louis, in her mind, has to be better than where she is and the situation. She also believed that just may [...]

    5. A Great ReadThis is my first time reading Pat Simmons' work, but it won't be my last time. I truly enjoyed the storyline. Two professional saved people dating in the public eye. A news reporter and a professional baseball player. The chemistry between Shae and Rahn was hot and yet they was able to keep their commitment to God. I liked that the author showed that the couple struggled to remain celibate during courtship and through praying, fasting, family, and friends they were successful. I also [...]

    6. Oh, I just love Pat Simmons! I can always count on her to give me a solid read. This story, like her others, was a sweet, Christian romance with the "Picket Fence" ending that I read for. I enjoyed reading the first installment of the Carmen Sisters series; in a way, they reminded me of my three sisters and I. I loved the pace of Rahn and Shae's romance, and the innocence of it; Pat always writes sensual love stories while keeping it PG. I can't wait to read the next installment of this series. [...]

    7. I bought the book because I've liked Mrs. Simmons books before. Wasn't sure I was going to like it because I hate sports. But the book was not filled with a lot of sports jargon and I enjoyed the story. I can't wait until the next book comes out.

    8. Enjoyed Shae and Rahn's story. Great lesson about taking responsibility for your mistakes. Sharing them can often help others not make the same ones.

    9. Mrs. Pat has done it once again for us. This book was filled with God's love, compassion, and forgiveness. Great romance book. I had to laugh everytime I read the word swagger.

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