Molly Rye is the coffee Queen, if it’s not on the menu it soon will be. With the speed and flourish of the new flavours she constantly come up with are always a hit and leaves people wanting more of her special blends. You want a coffee with a peppermint twist? No problem. You want a coffee with hazelnut twirl, she’s your girl. Molly works with her bestie and has her motley crue of feisty, quirky and opinionated customers that make her day complete. Seeing them satisfied and happy is not only her bread and butter, they are as necessary as the air she breathes, they have become her family, and she would do anything for them as they would for her.
Kellan and his three best friends since forever have finally made their dream come true. The dream of them coming together and opening the Powerhouse Martial Arts studio. Teaching others their passion is what they love to do. Making a success is a given, failing is not in their vocabulary for these Alpha males. They spent years honing their skill sets, hours and hours of practice and continuous competitions have made them what they are today. Kellan wants an easy life and would give anything if he could spend a week in his bed not having to worry about anything.
When Molly decides to visit the boys at the Martial Arts Studio to ask them to keep all the noise down, a perfectly reasonable request, right? she got more than she bargained for.
When Kellan and the boys hear what this woman from next door wants his life is turned upside down. What she wants is unreasonable, right?
When the gloves come off and all bets are off, anything goes, there is only war. The battle of wills is on, there is no backing away. Stubbornness is the dish of the day. Coffee, Karate, sassy females and Alpha males at it’s best. What more could you want? Will they learn to live with each other? Will the feud ever end? Who will win the battle of wills?
I must say this book is a fun read. The characters had me laughing at their crazy antics, their feisty bantering and incredible chemistry, not to mention a dash of romance. A good read that I recommend to all.
Reviewed by @jennadb