CONFESSIONS OF A TRIPLE SHOT BETTY Whipping up lattes in the tiny drive-thru coffee shack Triple Shot Betty's isn't 16-year-old Geena's idea of summer fun, but with her favorite cousin Hero and best friend Amber set to work beside her, she assumes they're all in for a fantastic summer. Unfortunately, from the moment sweet, wealthy Hero meets blunt, down-and-out Amber, it's clear that the summer is in serious jeopardy as the two
LibraryThing Review This is a book about friendships among different types of girls; it falls into the Chick Lit category, is entertaining, and has a good main character. The book takes it plot line from Shakespeare's
LibraryThing Review As a YA book I was abundantly aware that the characters would be somewhat two-dimensional as they were more like archetypes than actual characters, especially as the story is adapted from Much Ado
LibraryThing Review I have yet to find a cozy, coffee book that measures up to my expectations. This was an okay read, but I'm not hugely impressed. I have to give this book credit where it's due: although this is
Review: Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty (Triple Shot Bettys #1) Hilarious and true to it's point. The characters were enjoyable to read about, and who doesn't like a book with a bunch of feminists bringing down a total jerk face? And awkward Italian guys. LOOOL.
Review: Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty (Triple Shot Bettys #1) Fun story based on Much Ado About Nothing. Girl friendships gone bad and then good, set ups, taking down the popular guy. A fun quick read.