Babe’s Bible: Gorgeous Grace
Babe’s Bible Sequel by Karen Jones A woman will always have hardships. This has become a consistent theme since the dawn of time.
Sex trafficking, drugs, and temptation are only a few sections of the madness that media and the world have recently seen. It’s time Christians stop hiding from it and understand the problems coming from it.
Karen Jones backs up Babe’s Bible: Gorgeous Grace with a “gracious” sequel that finally addresses the concerns of real crisis as well as rapping up problems from its predecessor.
Jones writes about Grace, a mother and wife who is faced with personal temptations as well as aiding those in need. While many of the problems are even outside of her realm, she helps each person as honestly as she can.
Grace is a kind-hearted woman facing very difficult problems. Not only are these difficulties affecting her personal life, but also her peers.
Although she has the best intentions in mind, her help sometimes brings on more concerns. For example, she accidentally brings her best friend Chloe, face to face with her past. This seems like a pattern theme throughout the story.
With personal advice from her faith based intuition, Grace adheres to her gut which allows her to make the best decisions God could hope for.
The book touches on real issues for women like making love, teenager rants, and juggling the family lifestyle. It does not go with the typical flow of a female’s happy ending, but also allows for some to not come out on top.
The sequel is worth the read; however, it is focused on the mature women audience. Most of the stories relate to a more intense ready audience of Christian women.
This book refuses to hide behind melodramatic things and focuses on the more realistic aspect.
I definitely would recommend this side of the story; however, reading the original helps enormously when making an overall assumption.