Life after coffee? For most people that seems almost impossible. Amy O'Hara is forced to deal with her life after coffee. After losing her job as a coffee bean buyer and trekking around Africa for work, she is a stay-at-home mom with two young children to take care of.
Amy's husband is the one who is good at parenting, having spent more time with their children on a day to day basis as his wife traveled for weeks at a time for her job. However, he wants to work on his writing, and Amy who is without a job takes on the day to day parenting duties with mixed results.
The stress of this change in lifestyle as well as financial pressures just add to Amy's feelings of desperation, and when she is encouraged by her husband to ask a former boyfriend for a favor, she can't deny there is still an attraction the two feel for each other.
This is a fun read, along the same lines as Katherine Center's novels that I love. I admit that I couldn't quite figure out why Amy stayed with her husband, since aside from staying home with their children, he seemed to provide little else - financial or emotional- in their relationship.
Women's fiction readers will enjoy this novel, as they discover that there is in fact, life after coffee.
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Thanks to TLC Book Tours for providing a copy of this book for me to review. All opinions expressed are, as always, my own.