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As is usual in Rich Amooi books, the main characters are only part of the great cast. Friends, family and even strangers are fully fleshed out, real people who add to the story with humor and real emotion. There's an octogenarian Chippendale wannabe. A chihuaha that hates woman, with one surprising exception. A sibling who makes things worse before he helps make things better. A dancing coffee bean and a sinister scone. They all play their part in the drama that unfolds in Coffee, Tea or Me.
This is a light, funny read but the characters are still people that we'd like to know and have for friends. The main male character is a good man, not a "bad boy" and that's refreshing, but he's not boring. Neither is the fiesty, funny and competent woman who would like to trust him until he makes one big mistake.
Can he fix it? Will she forgive him for almost ruining her life? You'll have to read it yourself to find out and you won't regret it if you do. Here's hoping we get to read more about some of the supporting characters too. Marvy Harvey deserves his own book.
As expected, I was entertained by the primary and secondary characters that came to life, for me anyway, in this latest book. The story of two people who started first as possible competitors (he offers coffee, she serves tea) to become grudgingly reluctant friends and later love interests. The fly in the beverage was a complaint originally written by Jack about the violations he noted in her establishment which he had intended to send but did not send and unbeknownst to him was sent to the proper authorities by his assistant Todd. You have to read this book to know what he did to fix this predicament.
I particularly like the secondary characters, Harvey and Aggie and the very appropriately 'wise' advice they each gave to Jack (about regret) and Susie (about poop) and how J&S took this to change the way they originally felt about each other. **Read this book to understand!!**
Thank you for another wonderful, fun read. Already recommended this to family and friends whose reading tastes are akin to mine. Will be looking forward to more of the same from Rich Amooi. (I was thinking that Harvey and Aggie should meet, please write their story?)
I received a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.
It was too slow and was missing chemistry. In a romance, that will kill a book for me in a heartbeat. I didn’t get why they were attracted to each other other than the fact that they were in close proximity to one another and they both had businesses of their own. Other than that, I didn’t see them as a feasible couple.
Honestly, I felt the secondary characters had more depth and emotion than the main ones. And I felt the climax was…to put it simply, lame. I just didn’t get it.