Unable to make it home in a snowstorm, Ellie seeks shelter at an old farmhouse. When the owner’s grandson shows up and happens to be the man she had given the brush off to twice, it takes all they have not to kill each other during the snowed-in days that follow.
The last thing Ellie plans on is the relationship outlasting the storm. Bix’s persistence at a relationship and attempts to help her at her job with his computer skills proves to be more than Ellie can continue to push away. She finds herself where she never wanted to be after losing her fiancé a year ago. In love again.
When Ellie’s twin sister shows up and puts all their lives at risk, they must now weather a different kind of storm together.
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About the Author
Wife, Mother, Writer, Lunatic. Not necessarily in that order. June, who prefers to go by Bug, was born in Philadelphia but moved to Maui, Hawaii when she was four. She met her “Prince Charming” on Kauai and is currently living “Happily Ever After” on a hobby farm in a small town in Southern Minnesota. Her son and daughter are her greatest accomplishments. She takes pride in embarrassing them every chance she gets. Being hopelessly addicted to 80′s music is her super power.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very Good Book
Double Mocha, Heavy on Your Phone Number is a well-written, enjoyable tale containing humor, twists and turns, sex, suspense, and romance. All the elements mix together along with a great storyline to make it a thoroughly entertaining and delightful read. June Kramin does an excellent job of delivering a romantic story with witty dialogue, plenty of sexual tension, and an added touch of suspense. Her writing is clear, and the plot flows unfettered and solid. Her ability to pull emotions from the reader is unique. This love story will bring out a spectrum of emotions in you. I cried, I laughed, I was totally captivated. The characters are engaging and easy to relate to. Elle, a strong woman who at first seems distant, is only protecting her heart from pain. Bix, an easy going flirt who doesn’t deviate from his purpose when he has a goal in sight, gives his all to win Elle’s heart. As Elle fights her reluctance to trust and her growing attraction to Bix, you’ll find yourself rooting for her to take a chance on love. Double Mocha, Heavy on Your Phone Number will capture your attention and have you turning the pages until the end. This is a terrific love story for all romance fans. I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review and participation in a virtual book tour event hosted by Coffee Beans and Love Scenes. Janna Shay Author of Fair Play
Beautifully developed romance with extraordinarily well-drawn characters. Vivid rural setting. Not much in the way of mystery or suspense (I read a lot of romantic suspense and don't consider this one of them), but there was definitely a twist or two starting about half-way into it. More than just a romance, the story is rich in themes of family and forgiveness. A quick, light, heart-warming read.