Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Blog Tour: Bo's Cafe

Publisher's Summary: High-powered executive Steven Kerner is living the dream in southern California. But when his bottled pain ignites in anger one night, his wife kicks him out. Then an eccentric mystery man named Andy Monroe befriends Steven and begins unravelling his tightly wound world. Andy leads Steven through a series of frustrating and revealing encounters to repair his life through genuine friendship and the grace and love of a God who has been waiting for him to accept it. A story to challenge and encourage, BO'S CAFE is a model for all who struggle with unresolved problems and a performance-based life. Those who desire a fuller, more authentic way of living will find this journey of healing a restorative exploration of God's unbridled grace.

Review: From the outside Steven Kerner has it all: big house, beautiful wife and daughter, and prestigious career. From the inside, however, it’s an entirely different story. Steven’s world is falling apart: he’s living in a hotel; his wife is contemplating divorce; and his career requires constant jockeying for position. The harder Steven tries to control his world with his anger the quicker things disintegrate. In the midst of this turmoil, Steven meets Andy Munroe. Andy is an old friend family who once was an important financial executive, but now works in a marina. Through Andy’s friendship Steven is introduced to an assorted cast of characters who meet for lunch at Bo’s Café. These regulars along with Andy offer Steven true friendship and teach him how to accept God’s grace.

Bo’s Café follows Steven’s journey from anger to grace. Through following Steven’s journey the reader learns what living in grace looks like and how to be a real friend. Bo’s Café is an entertaining story with a message that just might change your life.


  1. DC Metro Reader, we three co-authors appreciate your review.

    Being from DC, did you identify more with Meagan or Steven in Bo's Cafe?

    Thanks again, Bruce--for Bill & John

  2. I think I identified more with certain issues Steven faced in his career (but thankfully not his temper).

    Thanks for stopping by!