Espresso Macchiato

Rated 4.14/5 based on 7 reviews
It's not the java giving coffee addict, Freya, the jitters - it's the hottie she knows only by his drink: Espresso Macchiato. She’s thrilled when he starts passing her flirty notes, but as the quirky courtship goes on, things get complicated. From the author: Rather than the opening of the story, the cute meet in Espresso Macchiato is the story - a slice-of-life tale about the magic of beginnings. More
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About Libby Mercer

Born and raised in the Midwest, Libby Mercer’s adventurous spirit kicked in after graduating from high school and she’s since lived in Boston, NYC and London. San Francisco is the city that she currently calls home. For several years, Libby worked in fashion — first as a journalist and then as a shopkeeper, and for a while she dabbled in design. Fashioning a Romance is Libby’s first published novel. Her second novel, Unmasking Maya, will be released by Libby on December 15th, and she has a third novel, The Karmic Connection, contracted with Musa Publishing to be released sometime in 2013.

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Review by: Jennifer Rowlands on April 19, 2014 :
A fun little romance. I do wish there was more to the tale!
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Review by: Indie Ebook Guru on Dec. 15, 2013 :
A very sweet mini romance tale. A well written piece. If only it was longer!
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Review by: Brianna Forest on Nov. 03, 2012 :
Espresso Macchiato is a very fast short story that gives you a taste of what Libby Mercer's writing is all about. She creates likable characters, fun stories, and plots that interest the reader and leave them wanting more.

This is a very cute mini-romance about two thirty-somethings who see each other often at the local coffee house, sharing occasional smiles and glances, but don't know how to act on those sparks until one day that changes in a very fun and cute way. I like that the story gives us snapshot of a little piece of a relationship in a fun and creative way, and I would have loved to read more about where this little story could go.

Overall, a good read that makes me want to pick up more from Ms. Mercer!
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Review by: Margaret (Literary Chanteuse) on July 12, 2012 :
A very fun chick lit short story with really good characters. I loved the combination of coffee and a hot guy. I'll definitely be scoping for one the next time I hit Starbucks! A reminder that sometimes it pays to take a chance and let your heart guide you.
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Review by: Josie Ann on June 05, 2012 :
Espresso Macchiato is a very unique book, and I don't think I've ever read a book like it. The book begins with Freya Emerson, the thirty-two-year-old main character, sitting in the coffee shop, admiring "Espresso Macchiato". As days go by, they flirtatiously pass notes to each other as they wait for their coffees. This story was cute, but it would've been even cuter if it was a little longer. I thought it was cute that she referred to him as Espresso Macchiato and he referred to her as Cafe Mocha. I was shocked and disappointed when it ended because I was hoping for more to the story.
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Review by: Jacqueline Howett on May 23, 2012 :
Espresso Macchiato was a well written, enjoyable short read. I also enjoyed the light hearted style of writing. After the second note approach, I would have spoken.
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Review by: Dee A Mony on May 22, 2012 :
Wow! I really enjoyed this short read. Could you extend it to. Wish I could get my hands on my own Espresso Macchiato. I would say YES on the first go.
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