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Book Review | Tearoom for Two by Susan Page Davis

Date Published | December 19, 2019

Date Read | May 2021

Goodreads Rating | 5

Overall | Details to be added later

Pros | Details to be added later

Cons | Details to be added later

Warnings | None

POV | Third Person POV Past Tense

Will I Be Continuing With The Series | No

Description |

Inspired by their grandmother, cousins Elaine and Jan decide to open Tea for Two, a lakeside tearoom where they can serve up cups of comfort to their patrons. When they buy a teapot at a flea market, the dealer tries to buy it back, and then a woman starts snooping around their house. Is she after the teapot, or the elegant piece of jewelry the electrician found in a wall? Then a would be thief nearly gets away with stealing their property from a restorer’s shop. When Elaine is threatened by a midnight burglar, it’s time for extreme action. Determined to make a success of their venture, the cousins press on in faith, uncovering many surprises and family secrets as they settle into the community and grow their new business together.

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