I recommend it to anyone who likes a fun, romantic, and intriguing read.
Most novels I've read recently are beautiful coming-of-age pieces with great characters but just very little actual plot.
Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty was a very fun and enjoyable read, as one could predict from the awesome title.
Maybe I didn't read the description enough, I don't like to have too much given away. But this book is about teenagers. I'm raising one, don't want to read about one too. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sadie
This modern YA book is about a girl who goes with a cousin to another city for the summer, to work in a little coffee shop with another friend. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Deborah H Robinson
I have yet to find a cozy, coffee book that measures up to my expectations. This was an okay read, but I'm not hugely impressed. Read morePublished 14 months ago by frozenplums
The description may have stated there was writing on the front page but I did not realize it until I received the book. I was disappointed as it was a replacement library book.Published 20 months ago by Catherine Bonde
THIS BOOK IS GREAT GEENA IS MY FAV CHARACTER SHE IS A GOOD MIXTURE OF TOM BOI AND GIRLY GIRL ^_^ !!Published 20 months ago by jada curet
All Geena wanted out of this summer was for her best friend, Amber, and her cousin, Hero, to become instant friends. Unfortunately this does not go down without a hitch. Read morePublished on March 8, 2011 by Brittany Moore
Geena has the perfect summer planned out. Her, her cousin Hero, and her best friend Amber are going to have some quality girl time working at the Triple Shot Betty coffee... Read morePublished on March 2, 2010 by And Another Book Read
Geena Sloane has her summer all planned out. She's even thought up a code name for the plan - Operation Girlfriend. Read morePublished on January 12, 2010 by Karen Keyte
This book is excellent! I was going through a period of not knowing what to read and Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty brought my out of that period. Read morePublished on December 27, 2009 by BookishRachel