Coffee Girl by Sophie Sinclair – REVIEW –

REVIEW

Kiki has recently found herself unemployed with not a lot of options to rectify that. Her less than friendly sister wants to her to be her nanny, however her brother presents her with another offer. She can work as an assistant to the stylist for country music’s hottest singer. While neither option is what she’s looking for, she takes the plunge and moves herself to Nashville to be an assistant. Her first meeting with Tatum is less than ideal, but there is no denying his appeal.

Tatum is living his best life at least that is what the public thinks. Behind the scene’s he’s preparing for a tour, and his ex-girlfriend is making his life extremely difficult. When he meets the new girl on tour he can’t help but be drawn to her. Kiki is laid back and easy to be around. As the two spend more time together their attraction becomes hard to ignore. However life in the public eye is never easy, and when duty comes calling, will Tatum answer the call or follow his heart?

I absolutely LOVED this book. Sophie Sinclair is a newer author, but she writes like a seasoned pro. From start to finish I couldn’t put this book down. The banter and the quick wit between Kiki and Tatum was off the charts amazing. I also really loved that Sophie included songs in her writing, I feel like that just gives it something more. You can listen to the songs and feel what the characters were feeling when those songs mentioned and it just made it that much better. I can’t wait for book two in this series to release!

Amazonlink: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081DDKLZR/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_ixk0Db4FE88HN

Goodreads – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/48766474-coffee-girl

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