Dream Cafe: A witty, warm tale of love, life and fresh starts
R J Gould
He only wants two things—a relationship with the gorgeous Bridget and to open an arts cafe. That’s not asking too much, or is it? Humor and pathos collide in a story about fresh starts. “I was rooting for David’s happiness throughout this wonderful book”(Iheartbooks).
“Why on earth am I here?” David wonders as he observes the juvenile antics of ex-classmates at the twenty-five year school reunion. Then he sees Bridget.
David draws up a list of all that he hopes to achieve to kick-start a new life now that his wife has moved in with his best friend—his ex-best friend. A relationship with Bridget is top of the list, and opening an arts café is a close second.
Formidable women—an unfaithful wife, a reckless teenage daughter, a boss from hell, a disapproving policewoman—seem like insurmountable obstacles.