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- Print Length: 267 pages
- Publisher: Pau Hana Books; 2 edition (January 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: January 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SDQN5XM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,348 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Double Mocha, Heavy on Your Phone Number Kindle Edition
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If you want an enjoyable read, then give this one a try.
Waiting for her next book to come out soon!
Life never really goes as planned, do it? The main character of this tale, Ellie, has a life that does not go according to her plan. Planning to get married, only to have her fiance and parent die in the same car crash. Not planning to look for love again, doesn't work; because love finds her.
This tale weaves the lives of many characters together into an intricate pattern of life. The writing style is easy to read, and the plot is easy to follow. There are numerous unexpected twists and turns, but the reader is able to absorb them as they are presented. Character development is complex.
Overall opinion: A great read that made me stay up too late!
Elle is a woman just trying to get by in life. It's no secret she's had a tragic past, but what exactly that is, we don't discover until later in the book. But it's obvious she bears some kind of pain. It's in the way she acts. She's distant, cold even at times. What is it that could possibly make her behave this way?
The hero, Bix is a major flirt. He's not a quitter. He's drawn to Ellie, despite her brush offs and not afraid to show it. What luck for him to be stuck together at his grandfather's place. It's his chance to really get to know this intriguing yet infuriating woman!
With a catchy and humorous title, I had a feeling there would be some fun times in this book. I wasn't wrong. There's plenty of witty dialogue to go around. My biggest issues, however, were with Ellie and Bix. Despite feeling sympathetic to Ellie and her situation, she could really get rude and overly defensive. Sure, a few times are understandable, but it seemed everywhere she turned, she became angry and pushed away, even at the smallest of things. She'd push Bix away and then all too quickly she accepted him as her boyfriend. It caught me by surprise because of her earlier attitude. It didn't feel realistic for it to happen that fast for that reason. Bix was also a bit over the top with his endless flirting and sometimes not nice comments, but he was easier to like. A certain situation with someone in Ellie's family was what finally made her likable, but it took some time for me to warm up to her.
Ms. Kramin created a story that had a way of sneaking into this reader's mind even when I wasn't reading the story. I still had to know how things were going to turn out and found myself rooting for the couple. Overall, it was an enjoyable read.
If you like contemporary romances with a feisty heroine and a easy going hero, then what are you waiting for? Order yourself a Double Mocha, Heavy on Your Phone Number!
originally posted at LAS Romance Reviews