Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Latte Daze by Erin Mangum
From the Publishers Site:
Description: When Maya Davis’ ex-boyfriend proposes to her roommate, Jen, their apartment becomes Wedding Central. As if that weren’t awful enough, Jen’s obnoxious mom moves in to help with the planning!
Maya's relationships really start to get crazy when her genius brother and sister-in-law announce their pregnancy, and then to top it off there’s Jack—could it be love? Who wouldn’t need a coffee break!
This fun, lighthearted fiction novel for teens uses strong characters, humor, and quiet faith to promote trust in God.
My Take: I really liked this book. The above description says that is written for teens but I think women of all ages would like it (after all I am almost 50). I really found myself liking the main characters Maya and Jen. I thought that they showed that there are legimate ways to handle life that doesn't involve what the secular world would do. They also prove that you can have fun and still be a Christian!
The Humar throughout the enitre book was uplifting and kept the book light and enjoyable.
If you are in the mood for a light fun read I would recommend this book (no matter what your age!).
thsi book is part of a series and although at times I foudn myself wishing I would have read the first book you don't need to read the first one in order to enjoy this one. You will probably want to read the first one though just to be able to read more about Maya and her friends.
I received this from Navpress for review purposes. I was not required to write a postive review.
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