Sticky Notes: A Christian Romance

July 27, 2016 - Comment

An unusual friendship forms between a young history professor and the grandmother of one of his loveliest students. This lighthearted Christian romance is set in the rolling hills of the Palouse, in the university town of Moscow, Idaho. When master’s student, Katherine King, receives an unsatisfactory grade on an exam, she learns two valuable lessons:

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An unusual friendship forms between a young history professor and the grandmother of one of his loveliest students. This lighthearted Christian romance is set in the rolling hills of the Palouse, in the university town of Moscow, Idaho. When master’s student, Katherine King, receives an unsatisfactory grade on an exam, she learns two valuable lessons: don’t lose your cool with a young, handsome professor and, two, don’t tell your grandmother about it. Part I and II are combined in this 475 page Christian romance.

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Lauren Alumbaugh says:

Clean Christian romance Katherine is a strong christian woman who ends up falling in love with one of her College professors named Benton. Benton tries to deny the attraction to keep his professionalism as her teacher. However the two of them end up in this professor’s group where Katherine gets to hear about Benton’s blind date Fridays. the attraction is undeniable and quite sweet. the only part of the story that I was not a big fan of was Katherine’s almost childish denial of her love for him at the end. I didn’t…

S.B. says:

Fun story This is,a story that puts,a smile on your face. It is,a clean Christian novel loaded with romance. How can you not love Grandma Ethel and anxiously anticipate the next story about her.

Lynda Knapp says:

Oh, so very good! I am glad that the version I read had parts one and two, because if the book had ended after part one, I would not have given a good review. Living through Katherine and Quinn’s courtship was just wonderful. I definitely recommend.

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