Can grace and love be found amongst coffee grounds? Sonja Parker is about to find out.
Excited to leave her stale life in the big city behind, Sonja takes the money her grandmother left her and purchases Libby’s Cuppa Joe, a thriving coffee shop in a small community in Wisconsin’s Door County. Sonja may have business sense, but is she ready to face the world on her own?
Sonja soon discovers owning a business requires more than offering a good cup of coffee. She must make major repairs to the building as well as major repairs to her heart. Do the former owners, Libby and Joe hold the answer? As Sonja seeks to make Libby’s Cuppa Joe a viable business, can she also find herself and the God she has abandoned?
Libby’s Cuppa Joe is a riveting tale of second chances, forgiveness, and not living on borrowed faith.
|Publisher:||Emerald House Group, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Rebecca Waters has been a writer most of her life. Her first published work was a story in the school newspaper she wrote in second grade. For many years Rebecca used her stories as illustrations in church settings and to entertain her own three daughters. Her professional writing included educational articles and research. Following her retirement as a professor of education from Cincinnati Christian University, Rebecca turned her pen to the world of fiction. She has also published several articles in Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Lookout Magazine, and Home Health Aide Digest. Her first novel, Breathing on Her Own, was released in 2014.
What People are Saying About This
Libby's Cuppa Joe by Rebecca Waters is a sweet read in every way. You'll love the setting--I know I do!--and the characters, and the way they watch out for one another. A great community. Imagine my joy to discover that the author who was invited to speak at an event in this fictional story was me! The real me. I'm honored. Readers will enjoy the sweet romance and the sweet treats. Few places can beat Door County for cozy settings in which to read, and cozy settings to write about.