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Only You, Sierra by Robin Jones Gunn
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Sep 10, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: christian-fiction, e-books
Read from September 09 to 10, 2011

This is a refreshing young adult book where the teenagers do not worry about their looks and if they do they are reminded about what is really important. In this book we are reintroduced to Sierra Jensen whom we were introduced to in the Christy Miller series. At the beginning of the book she is preparing to return to America from England where she has been serving on a missions team in Ireland. In the airport she meets a young man who is older than her and has random meetings with him. When she does finally return home her family has moved to Portland, Oregon from the small northern California town that she grew up in so that her parents can take care of her grandmother who is suffering from dementia. With any young single woman she wonders if he is the right guy for her and even arranges to try to meet him on his college campus. Her parents do talk sense into her about using the car wisely and about meeting new people in her new town. This book was originally written in the late nineties and it doesn’t have all of the technology that we have today though she does talk about getting a cell phone. However there is one scene in the book that would not have happened if she had her own cell phone that she could make phone calls from internationally.
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