Trina Wembly dreamt of owning a Christian coffee house for years –a Godly place where people could enjoy a good meal, and entertainment that wasn’t offensive. A Piece of Heaven is that dream.
Jared Larou, the construction foreman who helps design and build the coffee house, is a wounded soul with a soft heart.
Once the coffee house opens, Trina and her partner, Laura, work day and night. From coffee in the morning, to gourmet dinners in the evenings, it’s a heavy load. Plus Trina performs most nights as the entertainer at the coffee house.
Trina longs to be more than just friends with Jared, she just hopes that’s what God wants for her too.
I had the privilege of seeing a very early copy of this story a long time ago. And it only improved over time. Trina and Jared are both characters that worm their way effortlessly into your heart and have you alternately rooting for them and yelling at them. Which is always a sign of a good book. Ms. Snow had me laughing out loud in some places. Each chapter left me wanting more and I read the book in one sitting.
Not to be missed, this is a book to curl up with on a summer's evening.