Are you looking for a short, easy, inspirational, and fun book?
Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe is So. Much. Fun!
Chelsea finds herself in a new phase of her life.
Baking and making coffee at her mother’s (previously her grandmother’s) cafe. With a fresh start, she thinks she can make it on her own but she soon finds out that she needs more than just luck. This is a story full of heart, depth, giggles, and spiritual insight.
If you have ever had the thought that you are alone in this big world, than take a moment to pick up this adorably wonderful book!
It was a quick read that left me feeling like I too stepped inside the Higher Grounds Cafe for a excellently poured cappuccino. Frothy, light, and fun! With a story that lined up with modern day conveniences, such as coffee houses and muffins, it had a real-life feel to it. It was easy to put myself in the story and the characters were believable and well written. I enjoyed the flow of conversation and the absolute real conversational language. The adults acted more like adults, even in the speech patterns than I usually find in adult fiction books. I personally, enjoyed that in this book.
Overall, a book that shines a different perspective on how much God is a part of our life, even in ways we never imaged.
In His Grace.
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