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 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
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 I loved this book it has such a unique plot line and great characters that I never felt bored or confused while reading it. Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty was fast paced but didn't rush and I cant wait to read the squeal.
LibraryThing Review It took me about 100 pages to get into this. It could easily be the written version of John Tucker Must Die. But it is fluffy and entertaining enough to appeal to many.