The Coffee Girl

  • by Natalie Charles
  • Narrated by Hollis McCarthy
  • 7 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A handsome stranger. A simple proposition. What could possibly go wrong?
Wren Mallory is no stranger to failure. Reeling from the humiliation of a very public breakup, she has fled LA for the comfort of her East Coast hometown of Archer Cove. Here, she happily passes her days as the barista in her family's bakery and spends her nights writing her screenplay. She is slowly mastering the art of the latte and enjoying the quiet life.
Hollywood bad boy Jax Cosgrove has to fix his image if he's going to be considered for the role of a lifetime. When a good deed leads to a misunderstanding, he presents Wren with an opportunity: pretend to be his girlfriend for a while, and he'll help her to sell her screenplay.
It seems like a harmless prank, and one that could finally make her dreams come true. But Wren quickly learns that a fake romance with Jax threatens everything in her real life she's trying to protect: her quiet existence, her beloved bakery... and her heart.

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Would you listen to The Coffee Girl again? Why?

*Please note I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review
Yes I probably would as I felt that I missed a few things that I questioned later on in the book, I would also enjoy reading anything else that is published in this series as I would like to see how the friendships and relationships develop.


What other book might you compare The Coffee Girl to, and why?

This book is a cross between Debbie Macomber and Janet Evanovitch. Its a mix of heart-warming family and a love triangle that is just laugh out loud comical.


What does Hollis McCarthy bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

I have listened to other audio books narrated by Hollis and her voice is smooth and you can clearly differentiate between the different characters within the book just by the slight changes she makes to her vocal.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I would not say anything moved me in particular as I don't think it was that kind of book, but the bit I liked the most was when he picked up her bike and put it in the boot of his car, just a little thing but something that made me go Ahh!!


Any additional comments?

An enjoyable read and one that I would recommend, its an easy read/listen, not to complicated and leaves you wanting to find out just a little bit more about the characters in the book

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- Wendy Smith

Book Details

  • Release Date: 21-08-2015
  • Publisher: Cranberry Press