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Maya Davis' life is full of titles: Christian, Barista, Coffee-aholic, Maid of Honor (new), Girlfriend (possible), Aunt (newest).
When Maya Davis’ ex-boyfriend proposes to her roommate, Jen, their apartment becomes Wedding Central. As if that weren’t awful enough, Jen’s obnoxious mom moves in to help with the planning!
Maya's relationships really start to get crazy when her genius brother and sister-in-law announce their pregnancy, and then to top it off there’s Jack—could it be love? Who wouldn’t need a coffee break!
This fun, lighthearted fiction novel for teens uses strong characters, humor, and quiet faith to promote trust in God.
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Whether your 16 or 36
The fun thing about a book like this is — even though it’s predictable it’s so much fun to read you can’t help but giggle and enjoy it! It reminds me a bit of her other series Laura Holbrook; but that’s okay! I thoroughly enjoyed it. Whether your 16 or 36 you will find this book a fun read!
9/29/2010 8:42:49 PM
Great read for teen girls
Maya Davis is a twenty-something, single Christian who enjoys life. However, life is changing, and Maya is not so good at dealing with change. There is the relationship with her friend and fellow barista Jack, her roommate Jen’s engagement (to Maya’s ex-boyfriend), and her brother and sister-in-law’s pregnancy announcement. Maya’s world is beginning to feel a little upside down. When Jack takes a new job and she is no longer with him every day at Cool Beans, her true feelings for him slowly begin to unfold. Then, when Jen’s hateful, mean-spirited mom moves in to help “plan the wedding”, Maya wonders just how much worse things can get. Although Latte Daze is targeted to a young adult audience, I still enjoyed this book. There are no deep plots and very little in the way of surprise, yet I found it interesting enough that I picked it up every chance I got. The writer incorporates plenty of scripture to back up the Christian principles she is conveying through Maya’s character. I highly recommend Latte Daze for anyone looking for inspiring, clean fiction for their teenage daughter. Maya Davis is a wonderful role model for young ladies. Plenty of reference to current pop culture will help girls relate to Maya on a personal level.
This is part of a series, which begins with Cool Beans. I did not read Cool Beans, but had no trouble following Latte Daze. However, I would recommend that girls begin with the first book just because Latte Daze was such a fun read. A third book in the series, Double Shot, will be available in October.
9/21/2010 9:50:53 AM
Great read for teen girls
Maya Davis is a twenty-something, single Christian who enjoys life. However, life is changing, and Maya is not so good at dealing with change. There is the relationship with her friend and fellow barista Jack, her roommate Jen’s engagement (to Maya’s ex-boyfriend), and her brother and sister-in-law’s pregnancy announcement. Maya’s world is beginning to feel a little upside down. When Jack takes a new job and she is no longer with him every day at Cool Beans, her true feelings for him slowly begin to unfold. Then, when Jen’s hateful, mean-spirited mom moves in to help “plan the wedding”, Maya wonders just how much worse things can get.
9/21/2010 9:49:47 AM
Fun Read for All Ages
My Take: I really liked this book. The above description says that is written for teens but I think women of all ages would like it (after all I am almost 50). I really found myself liking the main characters Maya and Jen. I thought that they showed that there are legimate ways to handle life that doesn't involve what the secular world would do. They also prove that you can have fun and still be a Christian!
The Humar throughout the enitre book was uplifting and kept the book light and enjoyable.
If you are in the mood for a light fun read I would recommend this book (no matter what your age!).
thsi book is part of a series and although at times I foudn myself wishing I would have read the first book you don't need to read the first one in order to enjoy this one. You will probably want to read the first one though just to be able to read more about Maya and her friends.
I received this from Navpress for review purposes. I was not required to write a postive review.
9/1/2010 7:32:42 AM
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On a Latte High
Maya Davis' life is complicated. Her ex-boyfriend is engaged to her roommate and best friend, she is barista at Cool Beans, and her brother and sister-in-law have just announced they are pregnant. Then there is Jack, her co-worker and friend who might be falling in love with her. Does she love him? After all they have been friends since second grade. When she thinks her life could not get more complicated, her roommate's totally obnoxious mom moves into the apartment to help plan the wedding--or does she have a more sinister agenda?
Told with humor and fun, this story will keep you wondering what will happen next. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and plan to read more by this author. erynn's light-hearted, down to earth style will leave you wanting more. Her brand of humor is like caffeine--addictive and at the same time satisfying. You will come away from this book with a fresh and rejuvenated look at life, love, and friendships.
I will recommend this writer's works to family and friends.
This book was given to me by NavPress in exchange for an honest review.
8/26/2010 2:39:56 PM