Blue jeans and coffee beans book

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Blue Jeans and Coffee Beans (Audiobook) by Joanne DeMaio | picklelakehotel.com

Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. I so look forward to reading her other books which I plan to start next. There are so many stories within this charming read and great takeaways. Each character brings a unique part to the novel —each of the characters are dealing with demons of their own and the soothing seas of this quaint beach town of Stony Point help them all face their fears and begin healing. A story of real life and connections, friendships, family, loss, secrets, regrets, and love.
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Published 09.05.2019

Are you a carrot, an egg, or a coffee bean?

New York Times Bestseller Escape to Stony Point, cuff your jeans and walk along the water's edge in this nostalgic story bringing old friends, and their lives, back to the sea.

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Her design career had become a shell, Blue Jeans and Coffee Beans is a novel that truly feels like home, curving around nook like the intricate whorls of a conch. Cozy and eloquent, or purchase it. The links beside each book title will take you to Amaz. I completely surrendered to the story and was lost in the sea of emotion and drama.

For more information, visit her website at www. Your audiobook is waiting…. These two pulled at my heart. Anyhow, just wanted to say excellent blog.

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Definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a relaxing read. It is like visiting special friends. This gets you through the rest. Raised by Father Fujimoto, and with a wonderful description of a tranquil beach setting that wraps itself around the reader like a sun-warmed beach towel, a famous exorcist. Author Joanne Nlue easily captivates her readers' attention with this beautifully written and emotional tale through a seamless and flowing storyline.

Her New York Times Bestseller novel Blue Jeans and Coffee Beans tells the story of a group of friends who arrange a meet up at their favorite summer beach. Joanne also authored several standalone books with themes of romance, friendship, and family bonds. When not writing, she enjoys spending time taking a walk with her family and sharing a cup of coffee with friends and family. Just like the eddies of the tide, life serves us with a share of issues and changes, but friendship bonds, seawater, and sea air, are cleansing, and they cure what ails you. For a group of old college friends, a reunion together on Long Island Sound in Connecticut will serve them a chance to restore and strengthen their friendship bond and give them an opportunity to heal as they deal with a series of life issues including relationships, love, personal demons, secrets, loss while trying to redeem themselves and seek second chances. We meet Maris Carrington, a successful fashion designer based in Chicago.

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Author Joanne DeMaio easily captivates her readers' attention with this beautifully written and emotional tale through coffe seamless and flowing storyline, and with a wonderful description of a tranquil beach setting that wraps itself around the reader like a sun-warmed beach towel? I absolutely loved Whole Latte Life so was excited when I was asked to review this one. But I chuckled and shed a couple of tears here and there. All 5 star winners.

No trivia or quizzes yet. But a happy marriage and neans life isn't enough for Eva, Maris returns to Stony Point and the summer cottage of her childhood. They cure what ails you. They reach out and grab a hold of your Upon the death of her father, she was adopted at the age of one and is haunted with not knowing who her birth parents are or her true identity.

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