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TARGET AUDIENCE: This is a clean, predictable Christian romance. Heavy in both the Christianity and the Romance. This is a great book if you are “traditional Christian,” would not necessarily recommend to my Mormon, 7th day Adventist, Catholic or Jehovah’s Witness. Also if you are looking for a book with mild to moderate levels of spirituality, this also may not be for you.
PROFANITY AND SEX: None, of course. Thank you.
STORY LINE: Young student struggles with her attraction to her professor who is only a few years older than she is. She struggles with her feelings knowing that a relationship with a professor is taboo, plus how dare she give him a B?
NARRATOR: Does very good at separating the voices. Really enjoyed listening to this book.
OVERALL: Although I knew that this was a Christian romance, not all Christian books are created the same. The story line was great, but to me it was a little over the top on the religious parts of the book. With that caveat I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. I have given it a 5/5 star rating.
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Sherri Schoenborn Murray’s Sticky Notes is creative and original. Her characters are real, with quirks that make me smile and little annoying habits that just make it that much easier to forget that they are actually fictitious… and not people I know in real life.
This story centers around the adorable Ethel King, who lives near the university in Idaho where her granddaughter Katherine (who lives with her and is also a star within these pages) is pursuing her master’s degree. It opens with Katherine contesting a grade she received from her handsome, young professor, Quinn Benton. When Ethel finds out about Katherine’s less-than-gracious behavior, Mr Benton becomes the recipient of a surprise visit from Ethel.. and a box of her special cinnamon rolls. Soon an unlikely friendship has sprouted between Ethel and Quinn, much to Katherine’s dismay.
Even though I had suspicions about where the story was going to end up, it kept me surprised and wanting to hear “just one more chapter”. I’m happy with Sticky Notes. Well, except that I wanted more! 🙂
I believe this book takes place in approximately 1999, although it was published in 2014. So take that however you’d like… I wouldn’t classify it as historical fiction, although it’s really not quite modern either. 🙂 It works very well logistically for this story, as there are a lot of communication aspects that would change the story details if it took place at another time — either earlier or later.
Well this book has to be a cinnamon roll. No question. And I think it fits because it’s sweet and has substance.
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