The Tea Series - Books Five through Eight [NOOK Book]

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Praise for The Tea Series: Such an engaging writer. I like the way she thinks, the way she regards humankind, her extreme value of life and unquestioning respect of family. This is a book I can pick up in the middle of the night and not regret that I'm not sleeping -- Yvonne M.

The characters in the Tea Series are people you'd like to know and part of a family that welcomes you with open arms. More than 170,000 copies of the books in this ...
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The Tea Series - Books Five through Eight

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Overview

Praise for The Tea Series: Such an engaging writer. I like the way she thinks, the way she regards humankind, her extreme value of life and unquestioning respect of family. This is a book I can pick up in the middle of the night and not regret that I'm not sleeping -- Yvonne M.

The characters in the Tea Series are people you'd like to know and part of a family that welcomes you with open arms. More than 170,000 copies of the books in this series have been sold. You will find that each book in the series is a fast and fun read. Each installment is a hybrid of the traditional novel and the serial novel (each book is a full-length novel and leads directly into the next book - the series is best when read in order.)

Peppermint Tea – the fifth book in the Tea Series begins right where Green Tea left off.

With complications swirling around Cara and Teagan, a cruise to Alaska might be just the opportunity they were looking for to calm things down and reconnect.

They didn’t count on things changing so much while they were gone. One bad guy out of jail, another unaccounted for and just what did their mother do with their boyfriends?

Cara has always counted on Teagan to walk with her through the good and bad parts of her life, but even that seems to be changing…



Tea to Go – the sixth book in the Tea Series begins right where Peppermint Tea left off.

Cara’s mother always told her that the things you fear most in life you draw to yourself. One of Cara’s greatest fears seems to be coming true. Teagan has decided to move away and Cara has no idea how she is going to deal with it.

Morgan has problems of her own. The monster she thought she’d left behind is back and more threatening than ever.

But the problem you know is easier to deal with than the one you don’t recognize. Cara and Teagan are finding out just how sheltered their lives have been.

They would have preferred it to stay that way…


Summer Tea -- the seventh book in the Tea Series begins right where Tea to Go left off.

Cara has lost count of which three she’s in. She’s pretty sure the pregnancy three ended with Jovana’s daughter-in-law becoming pregnant. Not sure where she stands in the mystery count. But it’s a whole other count that she’s worried about.

As if that weren’t enough to worry about it looks like she’s going to have to empty the trunk that Bernie left her to see if there really is a mystery that needs to be solved. That not only ruins her plans to open one small gift at a time – for a lifetime – but worse, Teagan gets her way.

One of life’s biggest lessons is perspective. Your perspective can change in a heartbeat. Cara is learning that life lesson the hard way.



Traditional Tea begins right where Summer Tea left off - it's Cara's turn to support Teagan. She also has the challenge of trying to reestablish her connection with Suzi, establish a connection with Howard, Sinead's boyfriend and track down Maeve.

If all that weren't enough to set Cara's world spinning, her mother, the most consistent person on the planet, has made a few changes of her own.

Right when Cara is getting all her ducks in a row...

Five through Eight – The Tea Series is approximately 259,250 words and is professionally edited and formatted.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016386676
  • Publisher: Sheila Horgan
  • Publication date: 3/18/2013
  • Series: The Tea Series - Bundles , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 176,369
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Blessed to be born into a strong Irish American family, Sheila describes herself as 'one of ten'. Sheila raised her son, as well as a plethora of other children she calls her own, and now enjoys the title of Grandma.

When asked about her writing, Sheila states, 'I devoted the first phase of my life to my parents and family, the second to my children, this last phase is for me. I love to write, share my somewhat skewed vision of the world, and with luck, make people laugh now and then.'
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