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Page Turner Paperback – February 4, 2015
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Paige Turner, 23 year old small town girl moved to Columbus to attend Ohio State in hopes of acquiring a Masters in Music. Living on a shoestring budget, much easier in the era the book is set, she works hard as a piano teacher and is also the organist at a small church nearby. Then she gets into the program, mentored by a professor who she dubs " not so nice Weiss" as she learns just how much of a task master he is. Little do they know what twists and turns are to come.
A sweet, but not overly sweet, Christian Romance set in the Vietnam Era, Rayanne Sinclair writes well rounded characters in believable situations. And the cover art is so beautiful. I recommend this book, and thank the author for sharing it with me
Page Holden was such a good character and so was Professor Weiss. From the first few scenes they had together, I wanted them to happen as a couple. Rayanne really knows how to write such sweet romance that even I can feel the bubbly emotions from reading those cute moments. Now I just really want my own Weiss.
I also thought how interesting it was that Professor Weiss was a Jew and how his and Page’s relationship had progressed the way it did. It could have gone another way with John, had he been more receptive to faith.
Overall, I loved everything about Page Turner. It is a sweet Christian romance that stirs the emotions, even with some sadness.