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Served Hot (Portland Heat) - Annabeth Albert
Served Hot (Portland Heat)
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3.44 160
Format: kindle
ISBN: 9781601833921 (160183392X)
Publisher: Kensington
Pages no: 99
Edition language: English
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Cat's Books: Romance
Cat's Books: Romance rated it
4.0 Served Hot (Portland Heat, #1) by Annabeth Albert Review
n Portland, Oregon, the only thing hotter than the coffee shops, restaurants, and bakeries are the hard-working men who serve it up—hot, fresh, and ready to go—with no reservations… Robby is a self-employed barista with a busy coffee cart, a warm smile, and a major crush on one of his customers. Dav...
B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites
B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites rated it
3.0 Served Hot (Portland Heat)
I think what I liked most about this book was that it felt real. Robby's first person POV definitely helped in this. It was a slow-moving average relationship with all the typical insecure feelings that new relationships bring about. Robby was insecure, unsure of where they stood and where they were...
Cristina T.
Cristina T. rated it
2.0 Served Hot (Portland Heat)
After reading the blurb and so many positive reviews, I was pretty sure that I would enjoy Served Hot. After all, I love coffee, coffee shops and baristas. I love coming out stories, I like men who wear preppy outfits, I like shy guys and guys who wear glasses. I adore friends-to-lovers stories. In ...
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it
3.5 Simply Told
This was a clean romance without mush. Two men meet and they each have to learn to talk, share, be honest and open for this to work. It sounds like a ba-zillion couples out there, right? This tale is told over coffee and at a good pace. I was happy to have a character who is Asian, no big deal. I'll...
~~ Elsbeth ❤❤❤ MM-Romance ~~
~~ Elsbeth ❤❤❤ MM-Romance ~~ rated it
3.0 Served Hot (Portland Heat)
This was just my cup of coffee!!"Hope looks like ivory sheets and stacks of paint cans and two pair of shoes next to the bed. It sounds like rustling bedcovers and murmured endearments. Hope tastes like skin and soap and victory and coffee. And I can say now with absolute cetaintly that hope does co...
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