The Happy Hour Choir by Sally Kilpatrick. Published by Kensington

Beulah Land (lord, what a name!) left behind her family and her past when an unplanned pregnancy distanced her from her religious upbringing. These days she plays piano at the local dive bar, the Fountain. When she learns her best friend’s dying wish was for Beulah to become piano player at the Methodist church across the street from the Fountain, she feels compelled to try to grant the wish. But Beulah and the conservative congregation and equally conservative minister, Luke Daniels clash over her desire to bring more modern, contemporary music to the choir. Undeterred, Beulah makes up her own chorus from the drinkers at the Fountain to form the Happy Hour Choir.

A charming story about faith, second chances and not taking yourself too seriously.

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