Coffee connoisseur Maggie Black has a plan... a God inspired plan. She is going to open a Christian Coffee House... Higher Grounds (great name!) and use it not only as a source of income, but to fulfill her calling to share Jesus with others... especially those who wouldn't set foot in a church. All she needs is funding and that isn't happening! Banker William Grey III, a tea drinking Brit, denies Maggie's loan and crushes her dreams. But there is a way out. Mr. Grey suggests Maggie take his small-business course to learn a bit more about what it takes to start up a business... and Maggie accepts his challenge.
In her efforts to succeed and impress Mr. Grey, she comes to learn that her dream will take a lot more work than she realized and that she needs someone in her life to share the load. Could the stuffy Mr. Grey be the one?
This was my first time reading this author, but won't be the last - I'm on the hunt now for her other books. Though the characters have some deep trials hope is interwoven through every story line. Loved it.
I really enjoyed this book, this author's style of writing made this story fun and easy to read. A conservative banker and entrepreneur with expensive dreams learn about forgiveness and living God's plan.