The Little Red Barn

By Dorothy Rice Bennett

Despite having two kids and little money, can Angie, the barista, capture the heart and commitment of Kate Brighton, the elusive heiress?

After five years of wandering aimlessly through the South Seas, tanned, athletic, and wealthy Kate Brighton returns home on a sailboat, docking briefly in Sequim, Washington. Wanting to explore, she hikes down the main street and stops for breakfast at a rustic coffee shop called The Little Red Barn. Angie, her beautiful server, proves enticing enough for Kate to consider checking out this stunning young barista. After locating an old friend, Kate impulsively decides to hang out in Sequim for a while and soon returns to The Little Red Barn to learn more about Angie. Despite admitted mutual attraction, the two are very different: Angie battles to support her two young children while Kate avoids lasting commitments. Their differences both in lifestyle and in age make for a sweet though sometimes painful story of life and love on the Olympic Peninsula.

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