"With Montana Morning, Sharon Flesch generates a different type of romance novel," says reviewer and physician Clint Pearson. "Conflict is created not by evil, one dimensional characters or by far-fetched misunderstandings but by tragic circumstances and the emotional scars that result. Throughout the work, the interactions between good people and their struggles are its focus."
Montana Morning, unlike off the shelf romance novels, deals with the lives of middle age lovebirds Jack and Adrianna. Jack is a ruggedly handsome rancher with a "lopsided grin" while Adrianna, "Addy" for short, is a widow who comes to care for Jack’s grandson and extended family.
Jim Hunter, Pastor and Director of Pathwalkers Ministries, Rocky Mountain Bible Mission, writes "This is an inspiring story with a message for average folks, living through real troubles, by faith in a wonderful God, who never leaves nor forsakes us. It's written in a style which is simple, straight forward, realistic and country. Sharon Flesch has put practical faith in Jesus Christ on a shelf low enough for all of us to reach when inevitable trials come our way.".
Adds reviewer Pearson, "if you like romance novels, you may want to wake up to a family romance called Montana Morning.