Love Walked In

Author: Marisa de los Santos

From the New York Times bestselling author of I’d Give Anything and I’ll Be Your Blue Sky comes a “bewitching, warmhearted grown-up fairy tale about old movies, charming princes, and finding happily ever after in the place where you’d least expect it” (Jennifer Weiner).When Martin Grace enters the hip Philadelphia coffee shop Cornelia Brown manages, her life changes foreve….Read More

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