Monday, June 20, 2011

Rose Maybud, Something in the Coffee

Title: Something in the Coffee

Author: Rose Maybud

Rating: Four Siren Stones

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Keywords: Blush, Paranormal Elements

Length: Novel

ISBN E-Book: 978-1419933974

Price: $4.95

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave


Reviewer: Nikki


Blush sensuality level: This is a sensual romance (may have explicit love scenes, but not erotic in frequency or type).

Eileen knows her fiancĂ©, Alex, is always feeling sorry for the downtrodden assistants at their law firm—and she’s worried that he cares more about them than he does about her. But when Alex plans to spike the office coffeepot with a potion that will make everyone nicer to each other, should Eileen play the supportive future spouse, or tell him he’s gone too far?

Eileen is convinced that no amount of hocus-pocus could make senior law partners Ann and Duke stop their noisy quarrels. Or change the way sexy, ambitious executive assistant Zoe thinks about laid-back Kevin, the IT guy. Or help timid Connie get a date with her boss, Roger, who’s too shy to admit he’s attracted to her.


Sometimes, when you want something bad enough, you just go after it. That's exactly what Alex does, but not in the way you'd think. He's sick and tired of everyone in his office being discriminated against, there is always fighting, and it's driving him mad.

And then, he does something about it. What does he do? He puts something in the coffee.

And his plan? It works! Oh boy, does it work. In fact, it's beginning to create some rather interesting scenarios.

Something in the Coffee is not your typical office romance story. No, this one is far better. It's bound to make you laugh, if you have a sense of humor of course, and could brighten up your day.

Rose Maybud, I salute you! For writing such a funny, witty charming book. If you enjoy a contemporary story with light paranormal elements, then don't miss this book!


Donna MacMeans said...

Great review and well deserved, Rose

Janie Mason said...

This one's at the top of my TBR list. It sounds wonderful.
Congrats, Rose!