Posts

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord- Review by Gail Guerrero

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord

Four Srars

I won’t lie I was confused for awhile reading this. The words kind of ran together. I did liked that the author gave so many details. Clara was something special. Her character was hard to figure out. The author made you work for this story. Luckily it worked because you do enjoy the story and see the outcome through their POV.

Review by @gguerrero89
View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Michelle Austin

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves a Latte was a fun 4 star read.
This is Veloura’s story and I was pulled in right from the beginning.

With a not so great childhood and than a relationship that took a scary turn Veloura (Vee) is trying to move forward. Her best friend Suzie helps her apply for a dream job that would take her on a cross country tour. Going out on the road will also get her away from her angry ex.

But what will happen when her past comes back to haunt her?

There are so many twist and turns. I really liked all of the secondary characters, they all added a a great element to the story. I love stories that have me guessing on who is behind certain things, and this one delivered on that, I was shocked at the twist in the end. The author does a great job with the detail in the story and there are several POV’s in the story as well. Overall I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading more from this author.

Reviewed by @mab54615
View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Emily Walsh

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte
By: Holly Tierney-Bedord
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord was an engaging, hooking read, that had me flipping the pages.

Not my first read from this author, I was excited to read this book, and boy oh boy I was not disappointed. Engaging, pulling, and multi layered this book had me reading into the night.

This book has a bit of everything, second chances, and picking up the pieces and tendrils of darkness from the MC’s pass, makes this book a compelling, intriguing read. I love the mistaken identity plot set up, it was a lucky break for our MC, that was down on her luck and looking for a way out. Especially after that asshat of a fiancé, pulls that crap he did, good riddens.

Overall this book pulls you in, not only with the easy writing and smooth transitions. It somehow connects with you, and you feel it on an emotional level. The attention to detail pulls this story together and binds all the elements into something masterful. This book gets my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Lisa Brydalski

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Take a ride with the spokesperson for Caprice Cappuccino, Veloura Merkowerowitz, aka Vienna Merriweather, aka The Woman America Loves a Latte as she travels cross country. In this novel by author Holly Tierney Bedord our leading lady Veloura is on the run from a fiancé who wants her gone, a stalker who wants her hurt and a man who wants her, period.
When I first started this story, I thought to myself, what the heck is going on? But the more I read the more I was drawn in. I felt sorry for Veloura, a girl who couldn’t find her happiness. Abandoned at a young age she longs for family and love and ends up just getting more loneliness. I got a good chuckle over Thunder and Ricky Dwayne and their big “plans” and a little creeped out over Eugene. This was a quick paced story and you can’t help cheering on Veloura until the bitter end.

View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord -Review by Stephanie Dulac

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord is my first read from this author. The Woman America Loves a Latte is a book about a young lady named Veloura or Vee as her friends call her is involved with a older guy named Thunder. Thunder is not a nice guy at all but Vee is young and I believe even a little naïve or maybe blind with the fact of the way she is being treated but she also didn’t have a good up bring. Vee leaves you wondering what she is thinking and is a very interesting person. I really enjoy reading about Vee she is one of my favorite people to read about. In this story you will experience all sorts of emotions. This book is what I felt a short read I flew through this book it had me engrossed in its story I always wanted to know what was going to happen next . I would highly recommend this book I feel you will really enjoy this story. I look forward to reading more books by Holly Tierney-Bedord

View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves A Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Carrie Reed

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves A Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 5 out of 5 stars

WOW! I was not sure where this book was heading and boy was I surprised. There is so many twists and drama, I was sucked in and read through the whole book in one sitting. The characters are all wonderful and the story line is fantastic!

Veloura or Vee as her friends call her, is in my opinion, sweetly naive and very young. She is twenty years old and is shacked up with a much older man who is referred to as, Thunder. The way Thunder treats Vee is so disgusting and she doesn’t see until it’s almost too late that he is a terrible person and he has no love for her.

Suzie had me skeptical about her intentions towards Vee. I’m thinking that maybe she was just jealous of Vee, and that is the reason she wanted to keep her far away from her husband Tommy. I do love that she helped Vee land a job as The woman America loves a latte for a coffee company.

When Veloura realizes her husband’s intentions towards her and Suzie set her up with a new job that would take her away from their little town, she jumps at the opportunity. Coming home during an event for her job, she has a near death experience and determines who is actually out to hurt her, and it was the last person she would have expected.

The story reads in different characters perspectives, and I personally like this to see what each character is thinking or going through. The dramatic twist in the end had me reeling and I was shocked at who was really after Veloura. I would definitely recommend this book!!

View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Kerry Carr

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. It follows the journey of Vee. A young girl who had a troubled start to life and winds up with a partner who plans to kill her.

She escapes her partner and with the help of her friend gets a job which leads her to become a famous spokesperson for a coffee company. Along with the fame and the travelling it also brings with it people who are set on ruining her and taking her life.

The first suspect is the x partner, along with her mothers x partner but the true culprit will surprise you. I was totally surprised and i didnt see it coming.

Its full of highs on her adventures and also lows as you relive her past, the loss of her parents and as she finds a way to live and survive on her own.

View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Candida Hopper

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves a Latte
by Holly Tierney-Bedord

This isn’t the first book I have read by this author so I had high hopes going in because I thoroughly enjoyed the other books I have read by this her and I’m glad to report I was not disappointed. This book was entertaining, funny, thrilling, and so much more. I liked the characters in this story especially Vee and her best friend. I actually found myself laughing out loud while reading and that always makes for better reading in my opinion. This book took me on a journey along with Vee and I enjoyed every emotional moment of it. I can’t wait to read what this author has in store for us next. I highly recommend this book.

View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves a Latte By Holly Tierney-Bedford Review by Krystal Gregory

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves a Latte By Holly Tierney-Bedford
5 out of 5 Stars
I rarely give 5 star reviews and this one was worthy of all five stars. This suspenseful, comedy, romance novel checks all the boxes that you want in a book. Veloura, or Vee, has had a rough go at life. It seems that life is just determined to smack her around and when she is black and blue, it smacks her around some more.
When her fiancés terrible decision making has her looking for greener pastures, she lands (kind of haphazardly) into her dream job. The problem? She has no idea what she is doing. Tierney-Bedford is a master story writer and this book is no exception. The quirky characters, suspenseful plot and drama and comedy has me turning these pages as fast as my little fingers will flick. I highly recommend this book for readers of all genres!

Reviewed by @kgregory

View all my reviews

The Woman America Loves A Latte By Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review By Stacey Baxter

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well i was hooked right from the very first page i was just drawn in by the storyline. With the twist and turns keeping you on your toes, the humour making you smile, also at time’s you may find yourself holding back the tears or in my case a few shred and the amazing adventure it takes you on this is definitely a must read i just couldn’t set it down.

View all my reviews