Green Tea Latte To Go
written by Aven Ellis
published by RJM Publishing, 2016
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Did I enjoy this book: I did enjoy it. It kept me reading and left me with a smile on my face.
Payton is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who loves all things Duchess Catherine. Brooks is an exotic pet vet from England. When the two meet at the coffee shop one morning, a connection is formed. This connection is fueled during a rather adventurous trip to the vet with one of Payton’s concierge client’s pet pigs, Mr. Not Bacon. (I love that name for the pig!) Although Payton is young, early twenties, she has a good head on her shoulders and she is really making something with her blog. She has the business of blogging down, even though her parents don’t see that. She’s making a name for herself, and she should be proud. Brooks is a sweet man getting over a broken heart. Their relationship is fast but sweet. They go together. I loved that Brooks was so supportive of Payton and her blogging. He got her and her dream.
Green Tea Latte To Go is a sweet romance that will keep you turning pages.
Would I recommend it: Sure! I love Ms. Ellis’s books.
About the book – from Goodreads: Perfect Drink: Green tea latte with coconut milk and raw honey.
Perfect Fashion Icon: The Duchess of Cambridge. Always on point with her fashion, dressing appropriately for every occasion and not afraid to recycle things from her wardrobe, I truly admire her class and style.
Perfect Place: Seattle.
Perfect Activity for Relaxation: Yoga. I’m terrible at it, but I’m determined to perfect downward dog. Someday.
For Seattle blogger Payton James, life is all about trying to achieve perfection. Payton is determined to be her best self in all areas, and she refuses to rest until she achieves it.
However, an imperfect moment in a coffee shop completely changes Payton’s life. When her drink order gets switched by mistake, Payton finds herself face-to-face with a gorgeous British man named Brooks. Payton is instantly attracted to the witty stranger who is quick with his words—and has a beautiful smile.
Brooks is an exotic veterinarian with a huge passion for animals. Heartache in his past has led him to focusing on his career out of fear of getting hurt again. But there’s something about Payton that makes this vet want to know more about the bubbly blogger he has met via fate—and has him reconsidering his stance on love.
But will Brooks ever be free of his fears to truly open his heart? And will Payton’s drive for perfection cost her the one thing she loves most? Or will she learn to embrace imperfections?
And maybe perfect is the one thing Payton doesn’t want after all . . .