Cherry Cobbler

Cherry Cobbler Quirky funny lighthearted Cherry is starting to panic She s pushing and has a bit of a weight problem But most of all she is looking for love in all the wrong places For her the wrong place is

  • Title: Cherry Cobbler
  • Author: JoHannah Reardon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Quirky, funny, lighthearted Cherry is starting to panic She s pushing 30 and has a bit of a weight problem But most of all, she is looking for love in all the wrong places For her, the wrong place is thinking she could handle missionary life with a young Indiana Jones look alike Her complete failure to understand herself unfolds as she realizes the treasure she has beeQuirky, funny, lighthearted Cherry is starting to panic She s pushing 30 and has a bit of a weight problem But most of all, she is looking for love in all the wrong places For her, the wrong place is thinking she could handle missionary life with a young Indiana Jones look alike Her complete failure to understand herself unfolds as she realizes the treasure she has been missing is right under her nose.

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    1 thought on “Cherry Cobbler”

    1. I was sorry only to be able to give this book one star, because it's well written, funny and has some great Christian messages. A professional piece of work and I would have enjoyed it except for one thing. Several incidents in the book and the way they were handled seemed to show that the author is quite OK with cruelty to animals and perhaps even finds it rather amusing. This was so offensive to me that I really couldn't enjoy the book.

    2. Such a refreshing read!!! It was so nice to read something that I didn't have to censor but was still able to get the romance!!!

    3. Blurb: Quirky, funny, lighthearted Cherry is starting to panic. She's pushing 30 and has a bit of a weight problem. But most of all, she is looking for love in all the wrong places. For her, the wrong place is thinking she could handle missionary life with a young Indiana Jones look alike. Her complete failure to understand herself unfolds as she realizes the treasure she has been missing is right under her nose. I was expecting light-hearted, frothy chick-lit set in some far away place. Instead [...]

    4. Cherry Cobbler is a quick and predictable read, but it is still a worthwhile expenditure of a few hours. I found the stereotypical adolescent dialog a little disconcerting since it seemed a little ridiculous for characters in their late twenties (not that it would have been very realistic even for teenagers.)I also found the narration and the book as a whole to be extremely low-vocabulary. More precise word choices would have helped draw the characters more realistically and would have made the [...]

    5. Fun readThis was a really fun read. The author did a really good job with this book. I laughed and cried. It had my emotions all over the place. It also was an easy read. Read in one sitting.

    6. Merry Cherry!This was a positive read for people going after their own plan versus what God has planned for them. It is amusing as well.

    7. Great book! Fair warning though, it talks a lot about church and missionaries. Love the story

    8. A little predictable, but still a good read. When I found out this book was part of a series, I almost rolled my eyes. Coming into a series in the middle in always a cow. But even though this wasn't the first book in the series, it didn't tie in other books in the series, or not finish the story, thus making you read the next one. It was an independent story line, which I LOVED. And what sort of parents name their child Cherry? A pretty good book over all.

    9. A far more enjoyable book than the first one in the series though I still think the writing is simplistic and full of stereotypes. It wouldn't surprise me to hear that the author had never traveled outside of America when she wrote this, I certainly didn't feel like she could have ever been anywhere near Nigeria.Cherry seemed quite young and silly for a 29 year old but she does improve a little as we go through the book.

    10. This was a cute Christian novel that deals with how a person (namely Cherry) can build up a man's attributes and convince herself "that he's the one." Now and then, I read a Christian themed novel - although I sometimes find constant mention of faith to be distracting. This read smoothly, mostly because Cherry wasn't questioning her faith, but instead, was questioning whether or not she had what it took to be a missionary in Africa.

    11. Typical storyline with a small twistThis book was the typical girl falls in love with the diamond in the rough best friend, who has been in love with her the whole time. I did like how the girl and the original crush made the other person to be someone they made in their mind. I also liked that the relationship with the original crush went full circle where they both realized that they were not right for each other.

    12. Quite an interesting piece but the missionary trip to Nigeria came with so many flaws about the country I know do not exist. Nigeria has garden centres unlike JoHannah wrote about. Besides that, I enjoyed the interwoven pictures stemming from the first book but I still think the early character was missed out in the connection with Cherry Cobbler. If it hadn't been initially mentioned in the first book then it wouldn't have mattered.

    13. Cherry wanted to get married more than anything. She even decided to become a missionary without any call to missions just to marry a cute missionary. All the time she was missing the love right beside her. I got a little impatient with her focus on marriage and in a shallow way--noticing looks first--rather than serving God in a "Christian" novel.

    14. I loved this easy, funny read. At first it seemed like a light story, but there were deeper issues within the lightheartedness like being true to yourself, accepting yourself, serving God in the way he designed you to do, accepting others as they are, realization that people are not always what they seem. I'll read more of JoHannah's writing.

    15. Desperate CherryThe book is ok and Cherry is desperate about marriage. Well written and practical to the teeth. Come on, let's face it, a lot of girls are like Cherry. A relaxing read. The book is ok.

    16. Fun book, enjoyable readThis was a fun book to read. The main character, Cherry, was believable and delightful. Her journey was a little predictable, but told so well that it didn't matter. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys a clean, honest, chick lit story.

    17. Well writtenThis is a Christian romance story. The plot is straightforward, some twists. But, the characters are interesting. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    18. The author definitely injected some humor into the book. It was an enjoyable read. It also shows us how we can be so focused on what WE want that we can miss seeing what GOD has in store for us.

    19. Really 3.5 but I highlighted some passages as they made me think about my faith and I consider that worth something.

    20. Cherry Cobbler, Pie, BlossomWhy is love so blind sometimes is it really love or is it fear of someone else having them???Great stories on friendships, missionaries, love stories, families, church, work. etcWill Grant and Cherry ever see it's more than a friendship???

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