Also, as I stated in my previous blog, I will tell you that this books does have pre-marital sex. It is not explicit but if you object to reading such scenes then this might not be the book for you. My first book in the series will be the fourth one and released in July. It’s Java Priority and will not have pre-marital sex.
Okay, that disclaimer out of the way, on to the review.
Here’s the description for Java Break:
Contemporary Romance, Steam level 4.
Wendy Ashton and Dillon Cayne were both inspired by broken bones of their own. She to become an orthopedic nurse, he an engineer, designing more efficient and effective equipment for those recovering from orthopedic incidents. Their two paths so closely aligned, yet never intersecting.
Until a mysterious message appears in heat sensitive ink on Wendy’s coffee cup. A message of love that makes her take notice of the handsome barista who must have written it. Brought together by the message, their lives begin to merge. Could this be true love?
Then together they learn that his dad is dating her mom and Dillon worries about the stigma of dating his possible step sister. Add a crazy ex-girlfriend who won’t take no for an answer and a misunderstood phone call, the trust issues become almost too much to bear.
What will it take to bring these two together? Can the Java Cupid show them their Happy Ever After? Or was it all a mistake? Will broken bones turn into broken hearts? Answers can only be found with a Java Break.
As you can see there’s a complication for the couple. Can you imagine having your parent dating the parent of your boy/girlfriend? How weird is that? It’s a good premise and the story does a good job of dealing with Wendy and Dillon’s angst about the situation. The other complications just add to the storyline. It’s a fun quick read. And the mystery of who is the Java Cupid isn’t revealed. That’s part of the fun of the series. Just who is writing on the coffee cups?
At the time of this blog post the price is $0.99 and the book is available on Kindle Unlimited.
Here’s the link to its Amazon page JAVA BREAK.
I think you’ll enjoy it.