Emotional, poignant, and clean women's fiction from acclaimed inspirational romance author Pat Simmons featuring a hero and heroine who are better at taking care of other people than themselves, a dark moment that shakes their faith, and a well-earned happily ever after with a forever family.
Caregivers sometimes need a little TLC too.
Rachel Knicely's life has been on hold for six months while she takes care of her great aunt, who has Alzheimer's. Putting her aunt first was an easy decision—accepting that Aunt Tweet is nearing the end of her battle is far more difficult.
Nicholas Adams's ministry is bringing comfort to those who are sick and homebound. He responds to a request for help for an ailing woman but when he meets the Knicelys, he realizes Rachel is the one who needs support the most. Nicholas is charmed by and attracted to Rachel, but then devastating news brings both a crisis of faith and roadblocks to their budding relationship that neither could have anticipated.
Praise for Lean On Me, Book 1 in the Family Is Forever series:
"As wonderful as a warm embrace… Simmons's cleverly crafted characters slip into your heart from the first page."—Tina DeSalvo, bestselling author
"Romantic, romantic, romantic—a great read, romance and story of family."—Lyn Cote, USA Today bestselling author
"Reading a Pat Simmons novel is a treat. I loved this book."—Vanessa Riley, bestselling author
"The heartwarming bonds of family and friendship…[are] sure to tug at readers' heartstrings."—Publishers Weekly
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Here For You is the second installment in the Family is Forever series. Three Sisters has taken on the responsibility of taking care of their Aunt Tweet, each one is taking over the role as caregiver for six months at a time. In this story it is Rachel‘s turn and Aunt Tweets health is declining very rapidly and it is taking a toll on Rachel. Tabitha, Rachel’s sister puts a call in for Minister Nicholas Adams to visit her aunt and sister for prayer. When visiting the two he finds himself attracted to Rachel and ends up becoming her caregiver.
Just like the first story in this series it really hit home and touched my heart tremendously. I understand what these sisters went through and how it affected them. I enjoyed this story very much, it was very relatable and had some funny parts. I believe everything happens for a reason and people are in our lives for a season and reason. Thanks to her sister Rachel was given Minister Adams at the right season just when she needed him when her faith was starting to waiver. This was an emotional storyline, as caregivers we give so much to everyone else and we forget what we need. Great job author Pat Simmons. I highly recommend this series.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.”