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    1. Greensboro, NC
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      4 Stars Out Of 5
      Cute story if a little contrived
      April 27, 2011
      Jane Anne
      Greensboro, NC
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      Quality: 4
      Value: 4
      Meets Expectations: 4
      Steph, the main character, is learning from her mistaken judgement regarding her fiance and is blessed to have Christians to help her find her way and rebuild her life. Milly and her tearoom are marvelous - filled with wisdom; Steph's new friends/roommates will make you laugh; and the romantic Kendall seems too good to be true. The plot seems a bit contrived, not realistically what would happen, but the story is cute, a good summer read for any age.
    2. Tauranga, New Zealand
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      Is The Perfect Blend, your Cuppa Tea ?
      April 15, 2011
      The Phantom Paragrapher
      Tauranga, New Zealand
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      Review: The Perfect Blend - Tea with Millicent Series - Trish Perry - September 2010

      When Steph Vandergrift meet the guy she thought was her Prince Charming, she gave up everything , her friends, her job and left to elope with him. However fate didn't seem to agree as Rick stands her up at the altar. Now with nowhere to turn , Steph is unsure of what to do ?

      Enter Milly Jewell, owner of the Tea with Millicent Tea Shop - when she sees Steph down in the dumps she invites her in ,and soon enough Steph is waiting tables at Milly's TeaShop . One of Milly's favourite customers is The Fox and Hound Inn owner Kendall, also recently broken from his engagement. As Steph gets closer to Kendall , she finds herself falling for him, but just as she's ready to tell him - in walks Rick her ex-fiance and Amy- Kendall's ex fiancee . Are Steph and Kendall destined to be together or was the sparks and passion they shared too good to be true ? Also if you are one for odd-jobs and embarrassing moments , this is the perfect book which will have you chuckling as it is brimming to the top with ancedotes and for the cooks in us , it contains a selection of Milly's recipes at the back of the book as well as a Reader's guide and discussion questions.

      A lovely light-hearted Christian Chick Lit that talks about tackling the unexpected moments of life with courage, faith and a dash of girlfriends and a bucket list of fun.
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      Entertaining, light hearted read
      March 17, 2011
      Martha Rogers
      Quality: 5
      Value: 4
      Meets Expectations: 5
      In The Perfect Blend, Trish Perry gives us a "perfect blend" of characters who keep you reading just to see what will happen next. Steph Vandergriff is a mess. She's been jilted at the altar by Rick Manfred who has disappeared, she's in a strange town, and she's cut off all ties with her family and friends back home who warned her about her fiancé in the first place. As she sits on the steps of the building where her intended's law office is, she cannot stop crying. Enter dear Millicent, owner of the tearoom across the street. She takes Steph in and ends up offering her a temporary job to replace a girl on vacation. After a few mishaps, Steph loves the work and Millie. In addition she makes friends with Christie and Liz who offer her a place to live. The problem is that Steph needs a permanent job so she can stay in Middleburg. Kendall James, the handsome owner of the inn where she's staying, offers to help her find a job, but Steph's clumsiness and distraction get her into trouble with each attempt. In the meantime she's attracted to Kendall who is interested in more than finding Steph a job. Just when their relationship seems to be blossoming, Runaway Rick returns, and Steph has some decisions to make. Can she stand on her own two feet and make her own decisions for her future? Interesting secondary characters, a beautiful historic town, new friends, and a few surprises make this a delightful book for reading curled up in your favorite chair with your own cup of tea.
    4. Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      March 15, 2011
      JoJo
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      Thoroughly enjoyed reading this one. The

      characters were great.
    5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      Another Fantastic Trish Perry Book
      January 17, 2011
      Mimi
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      Are you looking for a book to pick you up during the winter doldrums? If so, The Perfect Blend is THAT book! I absolutely love Trish Perry's characters. They are always so relatable. I can always find a piece of myself in her female characters. That was no exception this time.

      Steph Vandergrift has just been dumped by her fiance and left in the middle of, well, Middleburg, VA where she knows absolutely NO ONE! When it comes to Trish Perry books, you have to know that when the characters are put into uncomfortable situations, there will be lessons learned, but on top of that, they'll learn them in sometimes hilarious ways.

      That's probably the best part of The Perfect Blend. Life is going along for Steph, she's trying to find work, a place to live, some support, and all of a sudden she hears something or sees someone and happens will leave you laughing out loud!

      If you are looking for some great reading to brighten up your day, The Perfect Blend is the perfect choice!

      I'd like to thank Harvest House for my review copy.
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