Rush to the Altar

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Madeline Goode is devastated when her husband dies in a car accident. After moving back in with her parents with her two year old son, Max, she attempts to put the pieces of her life back together. But she didn't plan on meeting Jake Hart, the star NBA player that she keeps bumping into at her new job as a charity coordinator for the Racers. And she certainly didn't plan on learning that her husband's accident may have been no accident at all.

Will Jake stick around while her ...

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Overview

Madeline Goode is devastated when her husband dies in a car accident. After moving back in with her parents with her two year old son, Max, she attempts to put the pieces of her life back together. But she didn't plan on meeting Jake Hart, the star NBA player that she keeps bumping into at her new job as a charity coordinator for the Racers. And she certainly didn't plan on learning that her husband's accident may have been no accident at all.

Will Jake stick around while her life gets complicated? And if she gives in to her heart, will she just be making another mistake? Rushing to the Altar may be the most daring and risky move of her life.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780988909700
  • Publisher: Jamie Carie
  • Publication date: 4/9/2013
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

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  • Posted March 22, 2013

    Strong Christian Romance Madeline is attempting to put her l

    Strong Christian Romance




    Madeline is attempting to put her life back together after the death of her husband in a car accident leaving her living with her parents and her two year old, Max. After a job appears to drop out of the sky with a professional basketball team, she feels like she is back on track. Then, a basketball player begins to play lots of attention to her. When a strange woman shows up telling her things she never knew about her husband, she is not sure what steps to take. 




    I have enjoyed other Jamie Carie novels, but this one really seems to be a step above the others. Carie’s ability to provide good settings really add to her novels, and she writes well developed characters. The story is fun, and interesting, and provides enough Christian principle to make the book heart rending, but not overly sweet or preachy. I would recommend this to readers who enjoy good clean romances that provide you with enough interest to keep you up reading beyond your bedtime.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 28, 2013

    Great read!

    Great read!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 28, 2013

    Rush To The Altar By Jamie Carie Reviewed by Teresa Mathews 4

    Rush To The Altar
    By Jamie Carie

    Reviewed by Teresa Mathews
    4 Stars****

    In this fun contemporary love story Jamie Carie takes us down a different path than her Christian Fiction books but you can tell she still has put all of her amazing writing skills into this one just like all of her previous books. So kick back, put your feet up and lose yourself in this exhilarating tale.

    Madeline “Maddie” Goode has been through so much in the past year having lost her husband to an auto accident. Since she had been a stay at home mom to Max their two year old son, she now has to find a job because they cannot live forever with her parents whom she was forced to go live with after Brandon’s accident.

    When Sasha, Maddie’s best friend calls and invites her to an Indiana Racers’ basketball game, Maddie politely tells her no thanks, because Maddie just wasn’t into that at all. Sasha being the type of friend who always seems to know what to say or do to make Maddie feel better, convinces her to go. Could this be the night her whole life will change?

    Maddie is having a good time getting caught up in the all of the hoopla and cheering and she finds she is glad she let Sasha talk her into this outing. While there she runs into another friend from her high school days who convinces her to join her dance troupe that is doing a routine for some unprivileged kids. What was supposed to be a small dance number in a little room away from the public eye turns out to be a disaster that was moved onto the basketball court with live television cameras. Talk about EMBARRASSEMENT! And to make things worse before the night was over Maddie was assaulted by the man who had arranged for the dance troupe’s performance and after she was rescued from the enraged man she was offered the job of a lifetime working for the team’s foundation as a charity coordinator. Good thing she let Sasha talk her into coming.

    When Maddie shows up for her job at the foundation she runs into Jake Hart NBA star extraordinaire, and after a few chance meetings Jake asks her to go out with him. Maddie thought Jake was handsome and sweet but she just wasn’t ready to have a relationship yet. Besides she knew he had to be one of playboy types that never want to settle down. She just couldn’t take that risk especially now that she has a son who is in need of a fulltime dad. Is Maddie doing the right thing or should she follow what her heart is telling her about Jake?

    Jamie did a fantastic job on this, she even threw in some twists I did not see coming which added a lot of drama. She has created a great read but like I stated before if you are a Jamie Carie fan like I have been for years this is not her typical Christian storyline which I am used to reading. She does make reference to God and going to church several times but there are a few things I didn’t care for such as references to alcohol consumption that in my opinion didn’t add to the storyline. This is the reason I only gave it four stars but overall I did enjoy it and it gave me quite a few smiles.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 18, 2013

    A fun, light-hearted read with poignant and terk-jerking moments

    A fun, light-hearted read with poignant and terk-jerking moments at just the pace. The situation of Maddie and her son living with her parents hits home with me; I have a grown daughter and grandkids living with me. This "Rush to the Altar" has broad appeal for both generations. Highly recommended.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 18, 2013

    Jamie Carie tells every girl's dream story of a very romantic, s

    Jamie Carie tells every girl's dream story of a very romantic, swept away type of love story, but adds conflict to keep it interesting.  Adding Elvis was just icing on the cake.

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  • Posted May 6, 2013

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    Complications arise in Madeline's and Jake's romance and don't y

    Complications arise in Madeline's and Jake's romance and don't you just love a man that stands by his woman! I know I do! At least Jake is trying to but Madeline isn't making it easy for him as her past creeps up and causes all kinds of trouble. The story line and character development was very smooth. Thank you Jamie Carie for a fantastic romance with a little intrigue mixed in.

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