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The Union Street Bakery by Mary Ellen Taylor

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The Union Street Bakery
Mary Ellen Taylor

The life you want may not be the life you need

Union Street Bakery #1
Berkley
February 2013
On Sale: February 5, 2013
Featuring: Daisy McCrae
352 pages
ISBN: 0425259692
EAN: 9780425259696
Kindle: B0099CTR0E
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Contemporary Women's Fiction | Romance

Life can turn on a dime. It’s a common cliché, and I’d heard it often enough. People die or move away. Investments go south. Affairs end. Loved ones betray us...Stuff happens.

Daisy McCrae’s life is in tatters. She’s lost her job, broken up with her boyfriend, and has been reduced to living in the attic above her family’s store, the Union Street Bakery, while learning the business. Unfortunately, the bakery is in serious hardship. Making things worse is the constant feeling of not being a “real” McCrae since she was adopted as a child and has a less-than-perfect relationship with her two sisters.

Then a long-standing elderly customer passes away, and for some reason bequeaths Daisy a journal dating back to the 1850s, written by a slave girl named Susie. As she reads, Daisy learns more about her family—and her own heritage—than she ever dreamed. Haunted by dreams of the young Susie, who beckons Daisy to “find her,” she is compelled to look further into the past of the town and her family.

What she finds are the answers she has longed for her entire life, and a chance to begin again with the courage and desire she thought she lost for good.

Union Street Bakery

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