Elaine is a paranormal romance writer
who is hoping to be able to someday write full time. But
for now, she writes on weekends at a local Starbucks and
teaches high school poetry during the week. While she has
settled into a routine, that does not mean she doesnít still
want it all. She is attracted to the man who is intently
writing at the same Starbucks, but she knows he is too
gorgeous to want to date her.
Brian wants to be a writer. He is a
successful computer game writer, but heís also substitute
teaching math while trying to finish his first full length
novel. But he keeps getting distracted by the cute woman
who is intently writing on a pink computer of all things.
Will he take a chance and make the first move?
From Latte to Love was a
cute story that I felt was underdeveloped, almost like Ms.
Polo had to hurry to wrap the story up. Additionally, I
felt the author did a great job writing the main story, but
when she broke into the text the two characters were
writing, I cringed, as it didnít seem to be of the same
caliber. But that is my opinion. I did thoroughly enjoy
the thoughts each character had about the other, and the
conclusions they jumped to. The overall conclusion is that
From Latte to Love gets a mixed review from