- File Size: 1223 KB
- Print Length: 112 pages
- Publisher: Stiletto Press, LLC (September 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075N96WY1
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,600 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Coffee Date (The Shorts Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Case in point; Rand and Dani. Two seemingly ordinary, broken and lonely individuals brought together for one VERY unconventional coffee date.
Now, I don't want to give too much away. But in true Ms. Forrester form, there are "gasp" moments, cringe worthy moments, and just plain ole', "Oh no!" moments.
I would love, LOVE to read more about this couple. They are relatable and their story is deeply moving and heartfelt. It's about letting go, starting over, forgiving others and MORE importantly, ourselves.
Not sure what it was, but I couldn't connect with Rand. He joins Trey (Secret) on the very short list of Nia's leading men that I just kinda like. I felt for him at times, but something in him was lacking for me. I dunno. I'd be interested in seeing how he handles this next phase, as he gets back in the public eye and the honeys come out of the woodwork.
The social media aspect was very interesting. Like a lot of folks, I follow quite a few celebs on IG and things often look so rosy and sunny, that I can't help but wonder if they're 'doing it for the 'gram'. The whole branding thing, too. Loved how both played a role here.
Loved Danielle. I wasn't quite sure what to make of her when the story began, but that changed quickly. I really liked how she literally took a good look at herself in the mirror, didn't like what she saw, and started making changes. I hope her bestie eventually decides to do the same.
And Freya. I loved Freya. I feel like I have the best big sister in the world, and Freya is right up there with her. Freya's scheme was a bit out of the box, but she was determined to shake up Rand's world and get him back in the land of the living. And things worked out in the best way possible.
Thanks for another great read, Nia Forrester!
What happens when a simple coffee date turns into an all nighter and more? Well, for Rand it entails bearing his soul and cleansing it only to be hit with a surprise that sets him back mentally. How can a stranger turn his life upside down in one day? The poor man is left reeling at the outcome.
I identified with Dani and wanted so badly for her to bond with Rand. I hated that her secret came between them and she was wrong for keeping that from him. However, he would never have allowed her to get so close to him if she had revealed the real reason for the date.
Complicated relationships seem to be Rand's specialty. I am happy they are able to push through and the ending was perfect.