The Perfect Blend

The Perfect Blend

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Opening a Christian coffeehouse in Seattle—
that was my dream. I wanted to call it
Maggie Black's Higher Grounds.



So when banker William Grey III denied
my loan, I was crushed. But then Mr. Grey
(who's a tea drinker—figures!) explained that
if I took his small-business course, the bank
might reconsider my application. It would
take the help of some of my fab coffee, but I
was sure I could stay awake long enough to
learn something. Besides, despite Grey's stuffy
facade, his velvety British accent could make
even financial analysis sound interesting.


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