LET THE EAT CAKE, by Sandra Byrd
Lexi Stuart doesn't seem to be able to get the dots in life to connect correctly. The book begins with her dragging herself into a job that she hates...and soon loses. Without a job, a pension for food and French, she treats herself at this new French place, pastries, cafe la creme, breads...and an owner to die for. Soon she finds herself applying for a job there, and actually getting it. Try explaining that to the folks who sent you money to go to college and get a “good” job. Few people seem to respect her decision and the fireworks building up at work aren't helping matters. The trouble is, Alexandra, (that's what the owner calls her), loves her job, even the challenges it brings. Is this what God wants for her life? If so, she'll have a second helping, thank you very much.
Sandra Byrd is a prolific writer of fiction, including the popular Friends for a Season series for teens, and the bestselling Girls Like You and Secret Sisters series for young girls. She is a regular contributor to national Christian publications. Before she began writing full time, Sandra worked in marketing, sales, and acquisitions for an educational publisher. She and her husband have two children, and make their home in Seattle , Washington.
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