A fairy tale ending wasn’t in her future…
Preschool teacher Amy Lane’s Prince Charming must have gotten lost along the way to quaint Ashford Falls. Maybe she’ll need to get out into the world to find him. But to find love and adventure on her travels, she needs a part-time job quick.
Life threw him for a loop…
Ben Brooks knows more about curing cancer than he does about raising kids. He spends all his time in his lab, searching for a cure, and avoiding contact with people. Growing up as a child prodigy, he’s never been good with relationships, but now he’s suddenly responsible for his young daughter, Livvy. At a loss for how to relate to the solemn, quiet child he knows he needs help and he needs it fast.
Until fate intervenes…
When Livvy and Ben meet Miss Amy in Cupid’s Coffeeshop, she easily gets Livvy to giggle. Hoping to learn her technique, Ben hires Amy to teach him to have fun with his daughter. But when he falls hard for the lively woman who brightens the gray January days, will lessons in fun turn into playing for keeps?
Step into Cupid’s Coffeeshop, where happily-ever-afters are served daily.
Java Frost is the first in the Cupid’s Coffeeshop series. A simple quick read for those on a busy schedule. Java Frost is only around sixty pages long and easily read in one sitting.
I’m not sure the author was sure what she wanted this book to be as it started out as one thing then morphed into another. But as its so short its hard to really explore it since its lacking in a lot of detail. I did like the characters though so it has potential.
Krissy’s Bookshelf Reviews received a digital copy. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
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