Saturday, July 27, 2013
Coffeehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors
This cute book is a definite recommend and it's only 1.99 on your Kindle. Bargain! I thought from the cover and synopsis that it was a chick-lit novel about a twenty or thirty-something. I was surprised when I realized that the main character is a 16-year-old high-school sophomore who lives with her grandmother above their coffee shop.
The angel character, Malcolm, came off a little weird in parts, but I loved Katrina and her friends. I thought it was well-paced, funny, and interesting.
(A note for my parent friends: There are some sexual jokes from stupid boys at her school - hilarious, and very similar to what I heard ever day as a sophomore, but just a heads up.)
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