The Coffee Book Challenge

Books and coffee are two of my favorite things. How could I not participate after seeing this challenge on Budget Tales Book Blog?! This tag originated in the bookstagram community.

Espresso – A Book That Was Hard To Get Through

Meant for Me by Lyn Cote – Historical Fiction

This book should have been right up my alley, but I struggled to get into the story and ended up setting it aside. I think I own it on Kindle, but I don’t honestly intend to ever go back and finish it.

Cappuccino – one that everyone has read, but me

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens is huge right now, and it seems like every time I turn around another person is talking about reading it. I don’t really see the draw and do not intend to read it or watch the show that is coming out soon that is based on the book.

Latte – a sweet read

It may not be as light as some “sweet” reads, but Live Without You by Sarah Grace Grzy has some very sweet moments and characters. It’s a rare five-star book to me, and you can read my review here.

Mocha – an emotional read

Dandelion Dust by Faith Potts – Contemporary Fiction

This book. I loved reading it so much more than I thought I would! The story definitely has both the emotional highs and lows to it. You can read my full review here.

Macchiato – favorite read of the year

I thought this one would be hard to pick but it’s not. Once I Knew by Victoria Lynn wins hands-down so far. I can’t wait to see what happens with the rest of the series! You can read my review here.

I tag anyone who has already had a pumpin-flavored drink this season.

Tomorrow I’ll be back with the monthly Spell the Month in Books challenge! Will you be participating? What books are you enjoying as summer draws to an end?

Until the next chapter,

Jana

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