Where Two Hearts Meet

Where Two Hearts Meet

Carrie Turansky

Language: English

Pages: 174

ISBN: B00JJ5AM5K

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Where Two Hearts Meet

Carrie Turansky

Language: English

Pages: 174

ISBN: B00JJ5AM5K

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Two Sisters, Two Heartwarming, Faith-filled Romance Novellas

There's no better place for romance, forgiveness, and new beginnings than the Sweet Something Teashop.

Tea For Two
Allison Bennett, co-owner of a financially strapped teashop in Princeton, New Jersey, receives a large anonymous check that saves her business. But she has no idea who sent it. Could it be from Peter Hillinger, the wealthy businessman who owns the shop next door and wants to win Allison's heart? Or is it from Tyler Lawrence, Allison's old boyfriend, who returns to town claiming a renewed faith and a changed life. Allison doesn't know whom to trust. Should she follow her head or heart, or is there Someone else who can guide her toward the best path for her future?

Wherever Love Takes Us
After twenty-five years of marriage, Matt and Tessa Malone are struggling to recover financially and rebuild trust following a business failure. Then Matt inherits property in Oregon, and he wants to move the family there to make a fresh start. But Tessa can't imagine giving up the cozy teashop she co-owns with her sister, or leaving her friends and family in Princeton. Whose dream will they follow, and how much will it cost their family? Can they resolve their differences and rebuild a love that seems lost?

Tea for Two was originally published in Kiss the Bride, and Wherever Love Takes Us was originally published in Wherever. These two novellas have been expanded and updated and put together in one book. I hope you enjoy them!

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fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or used fictitiously. All characters are fictional, and any similarity to people living or dead is purely coincidental. All rights are reserved. No part of this publication can be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without written permission from Carrie Turansky. Dedication To my daughters Melissa, Elizabeth, Megan, Melinda, and Galan. You are each

Tessa jumped, and fear prickled up her spine. Matt rarely got this angry. What would he do now? Take a walk to cool off or climb in the car and go for a long drive? She paced to the front window and shoved aside the dusty curtain. Matt strode down the driveway but slowed as a black BMW rolled to a stop beside him. The window lowered, and Mallory Willard looked out. The sudden smile on Matt’s face jolted Tessa. She gripped the curtain and stared at their animated expressions. Oh, Matt, don't

daydreaming.” “That’s okay. This place inspires me to do a little dreaming myself.” She gazed up at the huge fir trees along the path leading back to the lodge. “Do you know how lucky you are to inherit a piece of property like this?” He nodded and then frowned slightly, realizing once again the awesome responsibility his uncle’s gift had placed on his shoulders. Would he be able to develop the land in a way that preserved and protected the forest, or would he be forced to sell it to someone

you please put that salamander outside?” Tessa straightened up from tying twine around a large stack of old newspapers. “Then go up and change into a clean pair of jeans. You’re all muddy.” She shot a glance at Matt and then averted her eyes. “Aw, Mom, can’t I keep him in here?” “Listen to your mother, Evan.” Matt crossed the room toward them. “He’ll be fine on the porch for now. After lunch, I think we should take him back down to the lake and let him go.” “But, Dad, I want to keep him for a

thoughts tumbled through Allie’s mind. Spending time with Tyler would be awkward. But wasn’t keeping her business afloat worth dealing with a little emotional upheaval? Certainly she could set aside her personal feelings and deal with him on a professional level. After all, she was an experienced businesswoman now. She looked up at Tessa. “You’re right. I can do this.” She reached into her apron pocket and pulled out his business card. Tessa leaned closer. She read it and sucked in a quick

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