I'm not a coffee drinker. I don't like the taste. I really don't like the smell. I do not like the high price at coffee shops. I don't understand the fascination with spending hours at a place drinking over priced caffeinated beverages with complete strangers.
I do however, love Cool Beans, by Erynn Mangum. This particular novel is geared toward teens and young adults. Considering myself a 'young adult' still, and not seeing that particular description, I read it cover to cover - and I am looking forward to reading the sequel.
One thing I particularly enjoy about Christian romance, over regular romance, is that instead of everybody getting 'overly friendly' with each other, they have Bible study. Characters help each other and work through realistic life problems - not far fetched fantasies.
Ok- about the book: Everything seems to be going perfectly for Maya Davis: She has a great job at a coffee shop, gets along with her parents, and is happily single. That is until her best girl friend starts dating Maya’s high school sweetheart. Now Maya has to figure out wheather or not to tell her friend, sort out her feelings about her ex, and now, her feelings about her best guy friend.