Friday, February 8, 2019

Book Review: Must Love Coffee

The first book in the highly anticipated 425 Madison series is now live! Read MUST LOVE COFFEE by Leigh Lennon today.

Only on Amazon + Read for FREE on Kindle Unlimited
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About Must Love Coffee
I was stripped of all my own desires and wants when I was married to my ex-husband. I now carry a list with me—a list that will help me choose a man that will put me first in life. Then the storm cloud of an entitled millionaire appears in my life and knocks me off my axis. This man sends so many mixed signals, my body either quakes with anger or passion when I’m around him.

I'm his son's teacher and his tenant, but I find myself wanting more.

My life is run with precision with little regard for others until a woman in crazy clothes challenges me to be a better father. She’s one of the few people that puts me in my place and maybe for this very reason—I want her more than I can articulate. With her failed marriage and list of requests she needs from her next partner, I know she’s my future. My life is less than perfect, and with it—baggage that follows me everywhere. Does she want my kind of crazy in her life?

I'm her landlord and an a**hole, but  I find myself wanting more.

Where to begin? For starters, you must love coffee...

After all, 425 Madison Avenue is the perfect place to fall in love.

*Each story is completely standalone.

Review: I love short fast paced romances. Must Love Coffee was just that. Gwen and Leo were awesome, though Leo was hard to like at first, because of the type of persona he was conveying at the start and dear lord his language.

What made both characters endearing to me was their attention to their children, though it took Gwen opening a can of whoopass on him at the start to get him to be an more attentive father, though you can't question his caring for his children one bit.

Gwen is sweet, though there are times I marveled at her age, because her dialogue seemed a little young. In fact, the dialogue was probably the only thing that I had a problem with in both characters. Leo, for all his apparent alpha maleness, didn't talk like the type of guy that would be in his social position. The sexy talk between the two often came across as trying to make the story seem erotic, when really this was more of a sweet romance.

Gwen and Leo were great. I liked that Leo admits to his faults and flaws, especially when one of his mistakes involves Luna.

Both their respective exes were thoroughly repulsive, though Leo's ex wasn't quite as visible as Dwayne.

This was such a great read! I can't wait to read the next 425 Madison Ave book!

Rating: 5 flowers


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