A NovelBook - 2011
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Sexual Content: Also some kissing (which isn't the end of the world, but some parents try to be careful about what their children read, hear, or see. And yes, it is lip to lip.
Coarse Language: There is some inappropriate language used in this amazing novel such as the B word and the C word. So to conclude, younger readers should ask for parental permission before reading this, or save it for when they are older.
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High school senior Jane Turner works part-time at a Chicago coffeehouse with her friend Em. She begins to notice that people order drinks that fit their personality, and soon she has created a notebook of entries for nearly all coffee orders. On a whim, she begins matching drinks, and therefore couples, together, and the matches are a hit. But when her competitive boss finds out, he decides to use Jane's matchmaker talents to rev up business, causing confusion in her personal life. This debut is compulsively readable in spite of a predictable plotline and dialogue that is contrived at times. Springer has created a lovable, naive young woman in Jane, and even those who don't drink java will enjoy the frothy story.—Melissa Moore, Union University
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