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Coming Undone Ben Warren had life all figured out At he s successful in his work and free as a bird everywhere else He has no desire to be tied down like some of his friends and he sees no reason to change tha

  • Title: Coming Undone
  • Author: Staci Stallings
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ben Warren had life all figured out At 35, he s successful in his work and free as a bird everywhere else He has no desire to be tied down like some of his friends, and he sees no reason to change that Then the unthinkable happens and causes him to rethink everything about everything.Kathryn Walker can t figure out what she s doing wrong in the dating department TheBen Warren had life all figured out At 35, he s successful in his work and free as a bird everywhere else He has no desire to be tied down like some of his friends, and he sees no reason to change that Then the unthinkable happens and causes him to rethink everything about everything.Kathryn Walker can t figure out what she s doing wrong in the dating department The rest of her life makes sense She s compassionate, strong, honest, hard working and still alone She wonders if she is doomed to spend forever single Little does she know that fate is taking a major turn in her life In fact, she doesn t even see it happening until it has Can she ever get past the fact that Mr Right didn t show up in the way she thought he would

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    1. Maggie Phillippi on said:

      Warning: This book should come with a box of tissues. What I liked most about “Coming Undone” was how Staci Stallings captured Ben and Kathryn. Both characters were well rounded enough that at some point they stop being characters and become someone you might have known. I had a hard time reading this book simply because of the emotional roller coaster.Ben’s pain is so palpable it jumps off the page and right through your heart. I’ve held a bedside vigil. I’ve felt Ben’s pain, anger [...]

    2. Naty on said:

      This is quite an interesting story that deals with love, death and faith. It’s a great Christian romance. Ben Warren is a proud bachelor who seems to be allergic to anything related to commitment and responsibilities when he’s faced with the humongous task of dealing with the issues related to his dying father. The first decision he has to make is to stop heroic efforts to keep his father alive as there is no hope of recovery; that’s where he meets Kathryn Walker, the hospice social worker [...]

    3. Ian Mcnamara on said:

      Really enjoyed this book, it was inspirational and heart-warming. the subject matter although difficult was handled in a very compassionate way and the characters emotions and feelings clearly came threw. This is an author I am quickly becoming a massive fan off and I have now obtained all her content that is available on Audible so hoping they will have more in the future. I have also got the second book in her hope series to read which I will be doing after taking a small break to read somethi [...]

    4. Teresa Snyder on said:

      I absolutely love Staci Stallings books. Her characters are so real. I caught myself just before saying a prayer for Ben, the hero of this book. Ben's dad is admitted to the Hospice unit after suffering a stoke. The heroine, Kathryn, is the hospice social worker assigned to Ben's family. Although Ben had always been the single, happy-go-lucky guy who only cared about himself and having fun, he discovered that what he really wanted and needed was someone to love and be there for him. Kathryn was [...]

    5. Bonnie Klein on said:

      First let me say that I liked the book. The topic was a difficult one, dealing with Ben's (the main character) father's massive stroke and facing it along with the responsibilities it involved. Staci was able to put on paper Ben's feelings, thoughts, doubts, fears, questions, shock, everything surrounding his father's life and impending death. I could feel what Ben was going through with such depth of emotion it would have been impossible not to go through it with him. And not only did he have t [...]

    6. Wanda Hartzenberg on said:

      I used to love Christian fiction then I fell out of love with it until I found darker Christian fiction that was less preachy and more live the life and stop talking about it. So colour me shocked when a few years ago I find that Christian Romance have been completely overhauled as well. Gone is the preachy holier than though point of view and in with people living their best possible lives and striving to live better and armoured in the love of Our Father.This book has a real story. The romance [...]

    7. MARY WILSON on said:

      Wow! Wonderful book!!I absolutely loved this book!! It is a beautifully written story of finding love in the most unexpected places! God has a plan for all of us and if we just have faith in Him it will all unfold. Ben and Katherine are two different people who come together because of a tragedy. God helps them both become better people.

    8. Reading Wahine on said:

      Sweet storyYou definitely need tissues for this one. Sweet story of what waiting on God can look like and feel like. Makes you remember that all things work for good to those who love the Lord and are called according to His purpose. A little rushed at the end, so I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.

    9. Cynthia on said:

      BeautifulThis was such a wonderful read. Most of the time Christian books are not written from a Catholic prospective, but this was a blessing. I born, raised and still one. And having that belief helped me with the loss of my older family members. Thank you, and make sure you keep Kleenex close.

    10. Karen M. Kurdziolek on said:

      Coming Undone to become done!This book incorporates real life issues yet it keeps you wanting to believe that good can come out of what we think is unbearable to deal with. I loved the way the author incorporates God through the book yet keeps you in the reality that true love is possible for anyone willing to take the chance.

    11. April Fleming on said:

      The truth of hospiceI have lost a father with the help of hospice, and this is a glimpse of how wonderful they are. It also shows how God uses bad for good. It was a very good book.

    12. Jenn on said:

      ThoughtfulI loved this book. While it deals with some pretty deep emotions of loosing a loved one, I really enjoyed how God was brought into this book. Those you meet are not just mere coincidences.

    13. Nancy Knaszak mikowski on said:

      Was a really good story! But dragged out about 2/3rds of the way through

    14. Janet Merrell on said:

      Best Staci Stallings I have ever read. Very believable characters and topic.

    15. Deeann Zessin on said:

      Ben Warren had life all figured out. At 35, he’s successful in his work and free as a bird everywhere else. He has no desire to be tied down like some of his friends, and he sees no reason to change that. Then the unthinkable happens and causes him to rethink everything about everything.Kathryn Walker can’t figure out what she’s doing wrong in the dating department. The rest of her life makes sense. She’s compassionate, strong, honest, hard-working and still alone. She wonders if she is [...]

    16. Tamara Tilley on said:

      COMING UNDONE by Staci Stallings, though it’s pacing was slow, it was by no means boring. Ben Warren is the guy who doesn’t have to try too hard. Everything comes easy to him, and problems roll off his back. However, when faced with life-altering news, he realizes he isn’t invincible. In fact, he feels he’s out on a ledge trying to maintain his balance.Kathryn Walker doesn’t get it. She’s attractive, intelligent, hard-working, and fun to be with. Then why is she still single? Not onl [...]

    17. xxx xxxx on said:

      COMING UNDONE – Staci StallingsAuthor Staci Stallings has done it again. I just opened “Coming Undone” and she was there to take me by the hand and lead me to situations and places I wouldn’t have gone alone. But her compelling words led me to sit by the side of a very ill father. His son is the only other person there and is confused at what to do now. This leads to some staff members and the expert counselor to offer the professional therapy he needs. Events move quickly on two levels [...]

    18. Cayla on said:

      I liked itr the most part. Staci Stallings wrote a gripping tale of a man named Ben who has to make some seriously hard choices, quite possibly the hardest ones of his life: take his father off of life support or let him linger on indefinitely. No matter which decision he makes, the end result will always be death. So how does one let go? Enter Kathryn Walker--a hospice social worker who has seen many families in the same situation. How do you love someone enough to let them go on into eternity? [...]

    19. Suzanne Williams on said:

      The best part of this book is that the romance for both characters, Ben and Kathryn, came when they were least expecting it. So many romance books don't give the characters enough time and distance to develop a relationship, as Staci Stallings did for these two. Kathryn is such a beautiful character, perhaps a bit of an ideal on dealing with death and what to say to others in a time of death. I know I would be far inept. However, I found that handled skillfully by her continued reliance on praye [...]

    20. Donna on said:

      When people think they have life all worked out, that everything is under their own control, that’s when life throws the toughest curve balls! And life, what is life? It’s here and gone at God’s will. So where will you be at the end of this one? This is the story of getting the answer to, "What comes next?"And, oh my goodness, the way Kathryn shares her faith with Ben as he’s searching for answers, the way she prays with a family who is losing a loved oneis is one woman who lets God spea [...]

    21. Ginger Solomon on said:

      I'll be honest; the first couple chapters of this book were hard for me. I didn't like Ben. However, once I got past his selfish attitude and saw it for what it was - a cover-up for his miserable life, I started enjoying the book. I didn't want to put it down. I found myself coming back to it when I really should have been doing other things - like fixing dinner or writing this blog. :oKudos to Ms. Stallings for touching on the subject of the loss of a loved one and all the pain that it involves [...]

    22. Ogz on said:

      This book had a hidden message to it. God uses some really dire situations to bring us redemption, peace and joy. That's what happened to Ben Warren. However, I'd have preferred an abridged version of the sermons. I am glad the way churches weren't made to seem wrong because no matter what denomination you attend, what matters is that you have a great relationship with Christ. Christ is the way, the truth and life, if you are taught otherwise then find a place for your soul.It also made death se [...]

    23. Michelle Bolanger on said:

      I picked up this book because I had read several others by Ms. Stallings and I've come to love her style. Coming Undone didn't disappoint!I didn't really read the book description (I liked the cover. =)) so I was a little surprised by the subject matter and setting of the book, but wow!I won't even try to describe the book because the best I can do and not give anything away wouldn't be any more than you can read from the cover of the book. The sensitive subjects were handled with gentleness and [...]

    24. Carlee on said:

      So I'm not any defined religion so to read this was a bit of a jump for me, but I was open and willing to give this story a try. I was so pleasantly pleased throughout the whole thing. I think I may have connected with it more b/c of being a nurse both of Oncology and now as a critical care nurse. I am quite familiar with my side of the spectrum, but to see it through Ben's eyes was eye opening. We forget sometimes the turmoil that goes through the loved ones when something so tragic happens. An [...]

    25. Hóvirág on said:

      Újabb tökéletes regény az írónőtől. Ha a harmadikról is ezt mondhatom majd el, biztos, hogy bekerül a kedvenc szerzőim közéA hősei hús-vér emberek, nem tökéletes, idealizált karakterek, és pont ettől könnyű őket megszeretni, együtt érezni velük. Izgulni értük és nagyon drukkolni nekik. :) Hiteles az érzelmeik és a problémáik leírása, az azokra adott reakcióik ábrázolása - úgy látom, Stallings meglehetősen jól ismeri az emberi természetet. Ami pedig a [...]

    26. Elizabeth Fiscus on said:

      Raw and Emotional Read about DeathIf I could give this book more than 5 stars, I would. Staci Stallings has written so perfectly what a person gores through when someone they love dearly passes away and the role of hospice within. I am a nurse and work in a nursing home and this story touched me so much! To see that glimpse of what family members are feeling, thinking, going through. The love story throughout the book was painful at times to read about. My heart was breaking for both Kathryn and [...]

    27. Joana on said:

      Finally, a romance novel that taught real life lessons. This is an excellent book for adults who don't feel so young any more and are struggling with waiting on God for a mate. Several parts of the book spoke directly to me personally. I'm always a little reluctant to read romance novels since they're always pretty much the same, guy meets girl, girl doesn't like guy, guy works hard to get girl, they live happily ever after. However, this book was a pleasant surprise. Even though you could envis [...]

    28. Rachel on said:

      I almost came undone trying to get to the end of this book! For some reason, it seemed excruciating, and I found myself skimming the touchy-feely fluff in order to get to the dialogue and figure out what was next. Ben seems stereo-typically 'bad boy' and aloof, while Kathryn seems too simplistically focused on finding love. According to the author, the self-talk of both characters is pretty focused on one of these two topics. I was glad to see that Stallings creates a feminine character who wait [...]

    29. Kim on said:

      I was really surprised at how much I enjoyed this book! A book listed as Christian Romance and I found myself jotting down notes of really good points that I wanted to remember. A strong Christian social worker Kathryn, who has the patience to wait for God's timing, meets a man at hospice that is there with his beloved father. Ben's parents had divorced when he was very young and he wanted no part of marriage. Ever. But the two are instantly drawn to each other. Ben's best friend gave him advise [...]

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