Love Walked In

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Penguin, Nov 28, 2006 - Fiction - 320 pages
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When Martin Grace enters the hip Philadelphia coffee shop Cornelia Brown manages, her life changes forever. But little does she know that her newfound love is only the harbinger of greater changes to come. Meanwhile, across town, Clare Hobbs—eleven years old and abandoned by her erratic mother—goes looking for her lost father. She crosses paths with Cornelia while meeting with him at the café, and the two women form an improbable friendship that carries them through the unpredictable currents of love and life.

Love Walked In, the first novel by award-winning poet Marisa de los Santos, is bursting with keen insight and beautifully rendered prose. Invoking classic movies to illuminate the mystery and wonder of love in all its permutations, Love Walked In is an uplifting debut that marks the entrance of an enchanting literary voice.

 

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User Review  - KC Blue Eyes - Borders

When I first started this book, I was not sure about it but I am glad I kept on reading. The author weaves a great story between two characters and makes you fall in love with them. I would recommend this to all my friends. Read full review

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I learned to love the kid. But the elements of a normal chic-lit is still there. The men, the eyes and the dose of fluffy adjectives and sugar-coatin around them. Read full review

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Marisa de los Santos has published three New York Times bestselling novels for adults, including Love Walked In and Belong to Me, while David Teague is the author of the picture books Franklin's Big Dreams and Billy Hightower. Saving Lucas Biggs is their first joint venture. Married for over twenty years, Marisa and David live with their two children, Charles and Annabel, and their Yorkies, Finn and Huxley, in Wilmington, Delaware.

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