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Stories for His Glory

Tearoom for Two by Susan Page Davis November 2, 2017

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 10:57 am
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For Elaine and Jan, opening a Tearoom in their new home on Chickadee Lake is a true labor of love. This cozy cafe gives them plenty of opportunities to serve others with faith and friendship over a cup of tea. But, more often than not, the cousins’ hospitality also draws them into mysteries that can be downright baffling.

My thoughts:

I’ve been into this sweet, cozy mystery phase and long with Hallmark’s countdown to Christmas so this book fell right into that category (minus the Christmas part).

I loved the setting, the small town feel the spirit of our two main characters. The mystery was definitely a slow build but there was enough going on that I was never bored, just interested in what would happen next. My only complaint is that our characters don’t really seem to have any flaws, nothing they are working through personally. I always like that about most books, seeing a character overcome something personal, but other than that this was a nice read.

You can purchase this book through Guideposts or Amazon.

 

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