Java Frost

Java Frost Review

How can falling in love be so much fun?

Doctor Ben Brooks knows more about curing cancer than he does about raising kids. He spends all his time in his lab, searching for a cure, and avoiding contact with people. Growing up as a child prodigy, he’s never been good with relationships, but now he’s suddenly responsible for his young daughter, Livvy. At a loss for how to relate to the solemn, quiet child, he knows he needs help fast.

At just turned thirty, preschool teacher Amy Lane wants to travel over her summer break. Though she’s up for any adventure, she needs a part-time job to fund her wanderlust. Unfortunately, part-time jobs are scarce in the quaint and charming town of Ashford Falls.

When Ben observes Livvy interacting so easily with her teacher during a chance encounter at the coffeeshop, he hires Miss Amy on the spot to teach him how to have fun with his daughter. But when he becomes smitten with the lively teacher who brightens the gray January days, will he learn how to have fun and fall in love all at the same time?

Java Frost is the first book in the heartwarming Cupid’s Coffeeshop series, featuring an entire year of couples finding their happily-ever-afters in the quaint and adorable small town of Ashford Falls, nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. If you enjoyed Gilmore Girls, Parenthood, or Hart of Dixie, you’ll love Courtney Hunt’s charming Cupid’s Coffeeshop series, filled to the brim with warmth, humor, and a dash of the unexpected.

Step into Cupid’s Coffeeshop where happily ever afters are served daily. Treat yourself to Java Frost today!

Publisher's Note: Java Frost is a romance novella (approximately 67 pages) and contains some mature content. Recommended for readers over 18.

Title:Java Frost
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Chan

    Confused for a little whileWriting: Courtney Hunt is a good writer. The organization of the story could use some help. The beginning should have been labeled prologue and the end epilogue. Courtney in...

  • Susan

    Java FrostCourtney HuntHoly cow! JAVA FROST is the perfect way to start a series. I just adored this story and can't wait to continue with the Cupid's Coffeeshop series. Three heirs to their grandmoth...

  • Krissys

    Java Frost (Cupid's Coffeeshop #1) by Courtney Hunt     A fairy tale ending wasn’t in her future… Preschool teacher Amy Lane’s Prince Charming must have gotten lost along the way to quaint A...

  • Ann Omasta

    This lovely novella is as comforting and delightful as a warm mug of tea on a cloudy, brisk day. I chose tea because I don't like coffee. Despite that fact, this book made me want to visit Cupid's Cof...

  • Kathy

    OMG! This is a great start to a new series! Set in a coffee shop the possibilities are endless for romances. This one involves a preschool teacher and the father of one of her pupils. It might be cold...

  • Sarah

    3.5 StarsNot much to say about this story, it was a sweet love story and I enjoyed it. It is a novella so of course there was instalove. I love the premise of this series featured around a coffee shop...

  • Alanna

    This was a cute story centered around a coffee shop in a small town. There was insta-love but it didn't bother me. It was a cute story and I'm excited to read the next one! ...

  • Chloe

    This novella is the first in the Cupid Coffee Shop series. It set the premise of the series- an older lady dies and leaves all of her money to the animal shelter unless her 3 grandkids rehab her old c...

  • Rachel

    Although this is part of a boxed-set I am reviewing each book as I read them. I enjoyed this short book from the very first page. The premise of the book is that siblings Zooey and Patrick and their c...

  • Ilonita50

    I love the cover, I think it is perfect for cold winter and any cold/ rainy days. So the book is a short story which will have other 11 next parts, which in my opinion actually should be as one quite ...