Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Sticky Buns Challenge by Sherri scoenborn Murry


Since there's no blurb for this particular copy I'm going to skip this part.
So here's my review.


This book is the most hilarious book I've ever read!!! I laughed and hooted all the way through it was so funny!! But there's life lessons in this book also.
I had to root for Jimmy and Ethal. I rooted for Ethal on some of the things she did!!! I loved my grandmother but in some ways she wasn't as outgoing as this cool lady was.
I really liked Jimmy for keeping his cool in certain situations because sooner or later karma comes back and bites your butt no matter stuff always comes back to haunt you sooner or later.
Wrong is wrong no matter how you do it. So is Judgement. I understand that sometimes it's hard not to especially when life happens.
I enjoyed this book too because I liked how the author has put God into perspective through these characters or people turning to God for their everyday needs especially if it is asking for themselves.
The sticky bun challenge really gets interesting towards the middle.And this has to be my favorite scene. Harold and Quinn bantering back and forth testing the buns. Ethal asking for opinions and actually taking criticism(something I have a hard time taking) is a woman I greatly admire
This is a ❤warming getting to know your grandchildren kind of book a d readers will fall in love with Ethal like I did!!
I definitely recommend this book for readers who want a laugh and I definitely laughed until I cried throughout this book!!
I received a copy of this book from the author and in no way was required to review this book. All words are my own opinion


Sherri Schoenborn Murray has a bachelor of arts degree in English from the University of Idaho. She lives in Vancouver, Washington, with her husband, Dave, two of their four children, two chickens and one pesky dog. She was raised in a hunting-fishing family, and was dusting tackle boxes as early as age three in her father's sports store.

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