When love and logic collide.
The Second Book in the Coffee Shop Series.
I have 957 paperback romance novels in my attic bedroom that prove it.
When my world crashes down around me and JJ Bailey shows up, he lays down the ultimate challenge: prove romance is real. The fact that JJ thinks romance is a farce only makes me more determined to prove him wrong.
Romance is real and love saves the day.
Hold my spreadsheets.
What the hell is a meet-cute anyway?
Romance does not save the world. I’ve been there. Failed at that. My parents divorce has convinced me that not even love can survive real life. Perpetual bachelorhood looks pretty safe to me.
Except Lizbeth is determined to help me see the light of love. I’m not about to let her win our little challenge, because I know the truth.
Forget her books. I’ll show her that romance is a construct, and love hurts.
I love reading books written by Katie Cross. She writes in several different genres. I tend to read mostly fantasy type books: magic and dragons but decided to try The Coffee Shop Series. Now I’m hooked.
Lovesick is is a story that could almost be real. Lovable characters falling for each other, drama, (I cried), happiness. There is also character development that ties in with the first book of the series Coffee Shop Girl.
It’s a story that will transport you for awhile. And isn’t that the whole point?