This book was just absolutely adorable. It’s one of those books that’s just GOOD. No huss, no fuss, just a good romance story with a cute kismet moment, the journey to love, the impending conflict, and the resolution.
I’m not a huge fan of rockstar tropes (despite being all I have read recently) because I feel like they can be a bit repetitive. Coffee Girl by Sophie Sinclair didn’t follow the standard mold of the sex-crazed rockstar and I appreciated the break in the model.
Kiki gets fired from her job from a promiment male magazine after it gets acquired by another company. After a few days, she gets two different offers – be the “french” house-maid/slave to her Martha Stewart-esque sister that has a huge booklet of demands, or take a job as an assistant stylist for a famous rock band.
Yeah, no brainer there! She takes the option to go on the road with one of country music’s biggest stars and after a few different interactions with Tatum, she gets named “Coffee Girl”.
Tatum, the hottest country music star on the planet right now, wants to put his past relationship behind him and move forward. He’s not resistant to relationships, he just has his defenses up in order to protect himself from a toxic situation.
These two fall quick and fast but have some conflict looming in their future.
Kiki: Kiki’s got a fiery personality and what I love most about her is she’s steady in her convictions. She’s ambitious and wants to be successful. While she has moments on insecurity, I think anyone in a situation where you’re surrounded by beautiful and talented people would feel insecure.
Tatum: Again, I love that Tatum doesn’t fit the standard mold of a standard rockstar. He’s got a good heart and is just trying to navigate his fame while being true to himself.
I’m not a country music fan so I don’t auto-swoon with a country musician but I found myself liking him
Let’s Talk About (the) Sex, Baby!
This book had some sexy scenes in it but it certainly was on the MEDIUM side! The scenes that were there were sweet and sexy, but this is certainly a more mild to medium romance novel.
Coffee Girl is just a really cute, not overly thought romance that was written exceptionally well. I felt that Tatum and Kiki fell rather fast but it didn’t bother me as much as I expected.