When their best friends’ summer wedding in London pushes proud judgmental medical missionary Matthew Coalbrooke and bubbly shoe-aholic kitchenware saleswoman Anita Kiernan together, it’s dislike at first sight.
The only thing they can both agree on is that the bride and groom’s matchmaking attempts are bound to fail. Between his pride and her prejudice, there could hardly be a less likely couple.
But God has a bigger plan for them than they can possibly imagine.
The Love in Store series is set around a stately old London department store, and the same settings and staff pop up in each book. But there’s no need to read the series in order. Every story is a complete romance, following a different couple through the trials and joys of a developing love, deepening their faith in the process, until they’re ready for the happy-ever-after God has planned for them.
Teapots & Tiaras is a Christian romance. Includes hints of Pride and Prejudice, a church wedding, a few sweet kisses, and some gentle humour, as well as British grammar and spelling.
51,000 words, approximately 180 paperback pages