A mysterious note. A chance encounter. The past coming back to life. What would you do if you received a note asking you meet someone special at a local cafe? Would you take the chance that you'd find someone special or would you be too afraid to go?
In today's day and age, we meet people online all the time but are very aware of the danger about meeting them face to face. Stranger Danger and all... but what if the note was so compelling you had to give it a shot?
That's the premise behind the Cupid's Cafe book series... a secret note. A special meeting. The perfect someone for you! Author Catherine Peace's newest release PART OF HER PLAN, takes the idea and runs with it. From compelling characters to emotional turmoil, PART OF HER PLAN is a book you won't want to put down.
An invitation to Cupid’s Café will change your life.
Lydia Rossi has The Plan all figured out. A great job at Louisville’s fastest-rising tattoo shop, a place of her own, and putting her heroin addiction behind her once and for all. So far, everything fits perfectly into the safety-focused life she’s created, though she can’t forget the one woman who made her want more.
Jenny Sloane’s sole focus is on convincing her brother to let her come home. She’s deceived him into thinking she’s clean, but the truth is—she likes the way she feels when she drinks. If it takes a few white lies to make it happen, she will lie until the cows come home. She doesn’t need anyone, except family.
A note from Cupid’s Café reunites Lydia with her former therapy groupmate Jenny, sparking attraction, but a new complication arises when Jenny moves into the same transitional living house with Lydia. Jenny’s presence threatens to unravel Lydia’s plan, and for the first time Jen’s family-only focus wavers. One moment and one mistake is all it’d take to destroy their futures, but the chemistry between them is undeniable. No strings attached becomes tangled. Can a relationship be part of The Plan after all?
Welcome to Cupid's Café, a place where missed connections meet. How the invitations find them, no one knows…except for the mysterious owner, Mr. Heart.
This multi-author series focuses on protagonists struggling with real-life issues that often get swept under the rug. With Cupid’s Café, these issues find representation in the characters struggling to conquer their own problems while trying to carve a future for themselves.
From cops to artists, or social workers to photographers, Mr. Heart ensures these lost souls who believe themselves undeserving of love reconnect with their fated match.
Each couple embarks on their journey at Cupid’s Cafe, but the rest is up to them: whether damage wins or they find true love in the end.
READ THEM ALL
Painting for Keeps (Cupid's Cafe #1) by Landra Graf
Exactly Like You (Cupid's Cafe #2) by Lori Sizemore
Captured Memories (Cupid's Cafe #3) by Katherine McIntyre
True Colors (Cupid's Cafe #4) by Landra Graf
Part of Her Plan (Cupid’s Café #5) by Catherine Peace
A comfortable silence fell while Lydia worked. Jenny stretched out, hands behind her head, eyes closed. Relaxed, unguarded, open, and easily the most beautiful thing Lydia had ever seen. It almost seemed a sin to mar her skin, but it was a chance too good to pass up.
And maybe she stroked Jen’s thigh more than necessary, but the past had taught her how quickly good things changed for the worse. Once the other shoe dropped, she’d go back to The Plan with full force. “How are you doing?”
Jen made a sleepy, non-committal noise. “Never better, except you’re a fucking tease.” The wolfish grin on those kiss-swollen lips took Lyd straight back to the lust-filled gutter she’d never escape as long as Jennifer Sloane was in the picture.
To prove the point, she kissed the inside of Jen’s thigh, dangerously close to the apex. “Like that?”
“Exactly like that. You know how to keep a girl wanting.”
The compliment warmed Lydia, but she only chuckled and began shading Loti’s wings, adding depth and dimension to its adorable dragon body. Short strokes, lighter touches. A bigger tease than before. Jen’s muscles tensed and flexed beneath the pen. Not unusual, but a challenge no less. “You have to hold still.”
“All right, then.” Lydia straddled Jen’s shin and put all her weight on the leg. “When you can be a good girl, I’ll get off.”
Jen snorted. “Number one, nobody gets off with a good girl.” She brushed her leg against Lyd. “Number two, sounds like you’re stuck with me, Rossi.”
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