My Cup of Tea: Summer of Love - Kat Lieu

My Cup of Tea: Summer of Love

By Kat Lieu

  • Release Date: 2014-01-21
  • Book Genre: Contemporary
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 8 Ratings)
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My Cup of Tea: Summer of Love by Kat Lieu

The summer before college begins, like all other summers, is quite suck-tastic for baker and book nerd, Sara Lee-Affen. She's broke, she's single, and she'll probably die a virgin. At her beautiful cousin's wedding, Sara meets a sexy and delicious stud muffin, Ian Forrests. He's totally her cup of tea, that is until he laughs at her misery when a bee burrows into her ear. Yes, a dang bee. She's dying (well not really) as he's dying from laughter.

What a jerk. A smoking hot, Adonis of a jerk with strikingly green eyes, dark hair, and drool-worthy pecs and eight-pack abs. As luck and fate would have it, Sara keeps bumping into Ian all summer long and ends up working for him as a pastry chef at his failing bakery. Despite her better judgment, Sara falls for the sexy, badass rich boy, and discovers the truth about Ian: he's a tortured soul who's still pining for his girlfriend, Sarah. One look at Sarah's picture and poor Sara knows that she could never compete. Yes, Sara can't even compete with a dead girl, as she could never be Ian's cup of tea.

Or could she? Will this be a summer of love or a summer of heartbreak for Sara? Find out in MY CUP of TEA, an emotional, funny, and romantic new adult fiction by Kat Lieu, the best-selling author of the Maid for Me series.

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  • My Cup of Tea

    By MCLarson
    I like the storyline, excellent descriptions of characters, feelings and surrounding. Makes you feel like you are there and getting to know them. I don't like the use of crude language ( especially the F word , which is over used and in most cases out of context), I look forward to reading the rest of the story. I collect teacups and teapots and enjoy a good cup of Earl Grey, so I was interested when I saw the title of your story. I love the book If Teacups Could Talk by Emilie Barnes as a gift book. It is a encouraging book, has yummy recipes and beautiful illustrations. I also was intrigued that you were not afraid to let people see and feel the grief process (how it is different for each of us and last longer for many than some would think it should). Sincerely, Margot

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