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The Perfect Blend by Allie Pleiter

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The Perfect Blend
Allie Pleiter

Steeple Hill Love Inspired
July 2007
On Sale: July 1, 2007
Featuring: William Grey III; Maggie Black
256 pages
ISBN: 0373874413
EAN: 9780373874415
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$5.50
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Inspirational Romance

Opening a Christian coffeehouse in Seattle—that was my dream. I wanted to call it Maggie Black's Higher Grounds.

So when banker William Grey III denied my loan, I was crushed. But then Mr. Grey (who's a tea drinker—figures!) explained that if I took his small-business course, the bank might reconsider my application. It would take the help of some of my fab coffee, but I was sure I could stay awake long enough to learn something. Besides, despite Grey's stuffy facade, his velvety British accent could make even financial analysis sound interesting.

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