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Tea for Three: A heartwarming story about life, love, and true friendship
Tea for Three: A heartwarming story about life, love, and true friendship

Tea for Three: A heartwarming story about life, love, and true friendship


4.30 (131 ratings)
Three women. Three cups of tea. Three new beginnings.
Sarah Gardner's husband went to sleep one night in November and never woke up. At forty-years-old, the new widow is left to care for their three children, all of whom are under the age of five.

Twenty-five-year-old Filipina, Kate Morgan, thought she had met the man of her dreams during what was a perfect summer vacation. Now married to the handsome American who had swept her off her feet, and over 8000 miles away from home, Kate soon realizes that her mother was right: vacations end and people change.

Louise Delaney couldn't ask for anything more. At fifty-nine, she had enjoyed almost four decades of blissful marriage to Warren--may his soul rest in peace. But Louise's seemingly perfect world is upended when she gets a visit from a sixteen-year-old who says she is Warren's daughter.

Three exceptional women--each of whose hearts are broken into a million pieces--come together in this extraordinary tale of life, love, and true friendship.


Willow Oaks Series - Sweet Romance
* Book 1: Love Me True
* Book 2: Love Me Maybe
* Book 3: Love Me Again
* Book 4: Love Me Always
* Book 5: Love Me Timeless

Mulberry Lane Series - Inspirational Women's Fiction
* Book 1: Tea for Three
* Book 2: Three Wishes
* Book 3: In Three Years

* A Willow Oaks Sweet Romance Collection: Volume 1 - Books 1-3
* A Willow Oaks Sweet Romance Collection: Volume 2 - Books 4-5


Amazon Customer
Loved it

Is very easy read and a lovely story. Enjoyed the characters and the way the wife’s grief was discussed. Like the fact Kate stood up for herself and the baby.

So poignant and beautiful

The characters, the story and the emotion this first in series evokes will keep you engrossed! Join three women in different seasons of life as they forge a priceless circle of friendship while facing truly difficult situations with their humanity and grace intact. I dislike reading books that leave untidy endings but I want to continue visiting for tea with a circle of three. The love of this series has the potential to grow in my esteem like Mitford.

Could have been quite good

…. if the religious rubbish had been left out. Very rude to push those view on your readers who may not share them

Pat N

Three women who started out as neighbors and ended up being the closest of friends. The book isvery well written, without spelling or grammatical errors. I think it's the only book I've rated five stars since signing up for Kindle Unlimited.

Kindle Customer

Life and all that it can toss at three women and how they deal with it as they support and encourage each other.

Kindle Customer

I found this to be rather exciting life of three different women who became great friends with a very happy ending for each one involved!

Amazon Customer
A Three strand cord is hard to break

5 stars for me. Three ladies together form a bond of friendship over tea. They face obstacles that could break them or help make them better. True friends sticking together no matter the things they face. Loved it.

Phyllis Rollan
NOT Christian Fiction

I have given this book 2 stars because the author has writing skills that make for a good story; however, when a book is placed in a Christian genre (and more than one for this particular book), there should be some thread of conviction, redemption and/or life lessons that draw from Biblical beliefs. This storyline had all of the makings of a great redemption story but none was offered. The three women who become close is a great theme. Each was finding their own way while being supported by the others...yet, they were so worldly that they acted as immature as their seeking children. The only Christian values were cliche, such as, We are lucky....God looks out for us.

The other disheartening thing about this book is that you read about 2/3 of it and all of the sudden a high school male who wants to identify as a girl and be called Shelby is introduced. Again, there is no conversation that explores the Biblical principles in this situation. Instead, the book changes gender from he to she for this character. A step daughter of one of the main characters spends the night with “Shelby” without the mom even knowing who she is. She doesn’t find out that “she” is a boy until the police bring her step daughter home the next morning...what if he had identified as a boy during the night?

I will not read another book in this series. I finished this one only to make sure that I didn’t miss any Christian discussions or Biblical lessons. In reading the description of one of the other books in the series, one of the moms moves in with her boyfriend so while this is true to life, this is not what Christian readers want to read. We purchase books in this genre to read storylines that hold to our values and that should be our choice. This book should be reclassified because, in my opinion, it is definitely NOT Christian fiction just because it has several cliche lines in it.