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Coffee, Tea or Love (Those Gals From Minter)

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Title Description

The one secret Lane Allerton thought would be kept forever came to town with Grant Price. Grant could hardly believe his eyes when he recognized Lane. With the one true love of his life standing in front of him, he wondered how he could tell her about their son, who found him years earlier. Tension and tender lovemaking alternate, until at last Lane is reunited not only with her first love, but also the son she gave away 35 years earlier.

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What They Are Saying About Coffee, Tea Or Love

Sherry Derr-Wille has done it again. She’s cranked out yet another entertaining story in Coffee, Tea or Love that keeps you captivated till the end. You’ll be anxious to turn every page to find out more about Lane and Skip’s journey to find happiness. How can he reconnect with her when she’s so bitter, and will discovering that her parent’s are dead make it worse? How will she take the news that she has a brother? He wants to pick up where they left off, but is she ready and willing? I guess if you want answers, you’ll have to read the book. But believe me, once you open the cover of Coffee, Tea or Love, you’re hooked.

--Brett Scott

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About the author

Meet  Sherry Derr-Wille

When her sophomore English teacher assigned a handful of students to write for an entire year, Sherry Derr-Wille fell in love. Since then, writing has been more than a hobby. With over twenty books to her credit, she has seventeen contracts for release dates in 2003-2005.

Married for almost forty years to her high school sweetheart, she describes her husband, Bob, as a saint saying, “I doubt if a mortal man would put up with the eccentricities of a writer.”

Along with her writing, she claims three children and eight grandchildren ranging from infants to adults.

Now that her children are grown, she and Bob enjoy their empty nest and the success of her writing career.

“If nothing else,” Sherry often says, “I’m an overnight success after forty years.”

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