Review: Always You by Jennifer Rodewald

Always YouWhat a wonderful story! I loved the way Lauren and Matt basically fell into each other’s lives. Their friendship developed quickly due to the circumstances that threw them together in the first place, yet it felt believable to me.

Both were running from something and both needed to resolve the issues they were running from. Yet, even before those issues had been resolved, the attraction grew between Lauren and Matt and that initial friendship began to grow into more.

I appreciated that these two dealt with some conflicting feelings and situations that left both of them worried at times and heart sore at others. They were not perfect people and Matt, especially, needed to evaluate some past heart issues before moving on. This was such a great, romantic read with a wonderful faith message! I also really enjoyed the introduction to Matt’s brothers and hope to read their stories in the future.

(5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.


Always YouThey made a pact of friendship. Love was not supposed to be part of the deal.

Lauren is desperate to escape the massive shadow of her father’s and sister’s political careers.

Matt is running from the biggest disappointment of his life.

After a messy meeting in a snowbound airport, they launch a new friendship, founded on a mutual love for the Lord and an agreement of respect. They find themselves working together at the Lake Shore Resort, thankful to have each other as they each carve out a fresh start. But as the winter season wears on, and through a few interesting predicaments, one begins to feel more, and the other…well. Maybe neither knows what they really want. Already wounded from the things they’ve left behind, Matt and Lauren wrestle with what comes next. Afraid to move forward. Not wanting to go back.

Each must face a dilemma that only the hand of the Potter can smooth into a hopeful, promising future. Can they surrender past hurts, as well as their future hopes and plans and trust the good intentions of the God they both love?

Always You, a contemporary Christian Romance, is Book 5 in The Potter’s House Books Series (Two). Stories of hope, redemption and second chances. Read today and be blessed.

Coming soon from The Potter’s House Books Series (Two) authors:

The Hope We Share by Juliette Duncan

Beyond the Deep by Kristen M. Fraser

Honor’s Reward by Mary Manners

Hands of Grace by Brenda S. Anderson

Always You by Jennifer Rodewald

Her Cowboy Forever by Dora Hiers

Changed Somehow by Chloe Flanagan

Sweet Scent of Forgiveness by Delia Letham

Purchase your own copy here.

Also available on Kindle Unlimited.


Jennifer Rodewald

Jennifer Rodewald is a Christian author of fiction who is passionate about the Word of God and the power of story. Four kids and her own personal superman make her home in southwestern Nebraska delightfully chaotic.

Born in Colorado, she experienced both the seclusion of rugged mountain living and the busy streets of a Denver suburb during her growing up years. Somewhere in the middle of college, she married a Husker and found her way back to the quiet lifestyle of a rural area, which suits just fine.

Blessed with a robust curiosity, Jen loves to research. Whether she’s investigating the history of a given area, the biography of a Christian icon, or how nature declares the glory of God, her daily goal is to learn something new. Aiming to live with boundless enthusiasm, her creed is vision, pursuit, and excellence, and she incorporates that pursuit as a Christian writer.

Jen lives and writes in a lovely speck of a town where she watches with amazement while her children grow up way too fast, gardens, and marvels at God’s mighty hand in everyday life.

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About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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