BOOK REVIEW | Of Literature and Lattes by Katherine Reay

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Of Literature & Lattes | Katherine Reay
📖 336 pages | Publication Date: May 12th, 2020 | Thomas Nelson Fiction

Today I am thrilled to get to share with you one of the books I was so excited made it on the list for Book Sparks #SRC2020 list, a book I just loved reading – Of Literature and Lattes by Katherine Reay. I originally got to read an eARC thanks to Netgalley and Thomas Nelson Fiction & then was invited to join the pop up tour for Booksparks & City Girl Coffee

When I originally read my digital version, I finished the book before noticing it was part of a series, so I was thrilled to be able to pick up The Printed Letter Bookshop to read before reading this finished copy! If you haven’t already gotten to know the Winsome characters, I highly recommend either title, they are even great stand alone books!

Alyssa fled her hometown for bigger and better things in Palo Alto, or so she thought. Will the family issues that caused her to flee be resolved, or make the troubles she’s facing with her past job even more stressful? 

Jeremy moved to Winsome from Seattle, to be closer to his daughter and run the coffee shop of his dreams, Andante. Both will soon find thats those small town feels and second chances aren’t a given, or exactly what they thought they’d look like. 

This story was a constant suprise, and I really enjoyed it. Family drama, loss, friendship and love in all different scenarios that meshed together into a great story! 

To see more from the perk up tour, head over to the Booksparks bookstagram! Don’t forget to squeeze in those last minute summer reads from the #SRC2020 summer reading list – it’s full of incredible must read titles you don’t want to miss out on!

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