Of Literature and Lattes by Katherine Reay audiobook

Of Literature and Lattes

By Katherine Reay
Read by Laura Kirman

Thomas Nelson on Brilliance Audio, Thomas Nelson 9780785222040
9.44 Hours Unabridged
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In the small town of Winsome, Illinois, two people discover the confusing, complex, and beautiful nature of friendship. After her Silicon Valley start-up shuts down, Alyssa Harrison returns to Winsome, Illinois, to regroup and then move on. Yet as friends and family welcome her back, she begins to envision a future in this small Midwestern community. When another setback lands Alyssa back at home with her estranged mother, Janet, Alyssa is forced to confront her past, the lens through which she remembers it, and the people she has hurt along the way. Certain of a cool welcome in Winsome, newcomer Curtis Miller buys the town’s coffee shop to be near his daughter. Though he keeps his focus on his daughter and his work, he finds himself drawn to Alyssa Harrison. When he asks for her help in making his shop more appealing to the community, he wonders if something is growing between them—until Alyssa betrays him. Now caught in a legal battle for his daughter and another battle for his shop and reputation, Curtis doesn’t know whom to trust. Loyalty and faith are tested as Alyssa and Curtis learn how to truly show up for one another, and discover that sometimes we all need a second chance—and a whole lot of grace.

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Summary

Summary

In the small town of Winsome, Illinois, two people discover the confusing, complex, and beautiful nature of friendship.

After her Silicon Valley start-up shuts down, Alyssa Harrison returns to Winsome, Illinois, to regroup and then move on. Yet as friends and family welcome her back, she begins to envision a future in this small Midwestern community. When another setback lands Alyssa back at home with her estranged mother, Janet, Alyssa is forced to confront her past, the lens through which she remembers it, and the people she has hurt along the way.

Certain of a cool welcome in Winsome, newcomer Curtis Miller buys the town’s coffee shop to be near his daughter. Though he keeps his focus on his daughter and his work, he finds himself drawn to Alyssa Harrison. When he asks for her help in making his shop more appealing to the community, he wonders if something is growing between them—until Alyssa betrays him. Now caught in a legal battle for his daughter and another battle for his shop and reputation, Curtis doesn’t know whom to trust.

Loyalty and faith are tested as Alyssa and Curtis learn how to truly show up for one another, and discover that sometimes we all need a second chance—and a whole lot of grace.

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Author Bio: Katherine Reay

Author Bio: Katherine Reay

Katherine Reay has enjoyed a life-long love affair with the works of Jane Austen and her contemporaries, who provide constant inspiration both for writing and for life. She is the author of four novels, and her debut, Dear Mr. Knightley, was a 2014 Christy Award finalist, winner of the 2014 INSPY Award for Best Debut, and winner of two Carol Awards for Best Debut and Best Contemporary. She holds a BA and MS from Northwestern University.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Fiction/Romance
Runtime: 9.44
Audience: Adult
Language: English