Cold Press (A Palouse County Romance #1)

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Two strangers find happiness between a dozen cups of coffee and writer’s block in this sweet M/M short romance. A Palouse County Romance #1 featuring stories big and small from Eastern Washington. More
Available ebook formats: epub
About Lia Cooper

Lia Cooper is a twentysomething native of the Pacific Northwest, a voracious reader and an enthusiastic writer. She wrote her first short story when she was seven. THE DUALITY PARADIGM is her first published full length novel.

She enjoys binge watching shows on Netflix, all-but-living in her local coffee shop, and drinking americanos. Lia cheers for the Chicago Blackhawks, rereads Pride & Prejudice every year, and is still bitterly disappointed over the cancellation of Stargate Atlantis (shhh).

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Reviews of Cold Press (A Palouse County Romance #1) by Lia Cooper

Bruce H. reviewed on Jan. 7, 2022

I really enjoyed Cold Press! The main characters were so realistic, and I could honestly relate to their situation of forced proximity. The book is short and sweet, no angst and a HEA is ensured- a wonderful way to get lost in the world of M/M romance!! Highly recommended!!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Drag0nStar reviewed on Nov. 24, 2021

Avery O’Sullivans father passed away, and he hadn’t seen him since he was a kid. So he went and moved into his fathers house to decide what to do, plus as an author he had to finish his book. The house was in disrepair, so when his pipes froze he walked to the local coffee shop to warm up. Jordan Kane the owner offered him his spare bedroom until the issue could be fixed. Because of a snow storm they were stuck there for a few days. There was an intense attraction between the two and one thing lead to the other.
(reviewed 12 months after purchase) reviewed on Nov. 7, 2021

I liked the story because it was realistic, easy to read and there was no drama.
The characters were likeable. It's a kind of feel-good book, it's short so it's a book I will probably read again when I need to relax and take my mind off things.
(reviewed 34 days after purchase)
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