Mini-Review: Coffee Girl (Book #1: Coffee Book Series) by Sophie Sinclair

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Either become her snarky sister’s nanny, or move halfway across the country to work as assistant-to-the-stylist of a country music star. Neither job sounds ideal, although bedazzling cowboy boots may be a hell of a lot more interesting than ironing her brother-in-law’s underwear. But life on the road as the errand coffee girl for a sold-out tour leaves much to be desired. That is, until Kiki meets her sinfully sexy new boss’s boss…

Tatum Reed’s career is flying high. He’s up for country music’s Entertainer of the Year and he’s headed out on a nationwide sold-out tour. So why does he feel like it’s all about to implode? His superstar ex-girlfriend seems determined to make his life difficult, his opening act is a handful, and the new girl on his tour, the feisty brunette, is quickly getting under his skin. In this crazy world of showbusiness Tatum needs to learn who he can trust, but that doesn’t come easily, because the one person who holds all the cards may just throw them down and walk away.

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Source: NetGalley          Rating: 4/5 stars

The Bottom Line: I’m going to freely admit that I put off reading this book because of a dumb assumption.  I erroneously assumed this was going to be a typical hit it and quit it kind of book with naughty bits galore, but what I actually got was a great story with fun characters, and appropriately placed and spaced naughty bits.  See kids, that why we shouldn’t assume 😊  I liked Kiki tremendously and while Tatum’s arrogance could sometimes be a bit much, he was also a generally decent character.  There are enough “bad guys” and dramatic moments to balance out the funny and the sappy moments and overall plot is both interesting and entertaining.  I particularly enjoyed the scenes of texting and the moments when Tatum and Kiki discussed music.  In all, I am happy to say that I have learned my lesson and I will try to stop assuming.  Coffee Girl put me in my place, and I am very much looking forward to the second installment of the series.

Amazon| Paperback

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