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[Book Review] As I Am by A.M. Arthur & Just Love Coffee Roasters Hello Sunshine Blend

As I Am By A.M. ArthurAs I Am is a hopeful romance about two individuals, trauma survivors dealing with PTSD on a daily basis, finding their new normal and learning to live and to love. Continue reading

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[Book Review] Knit Tight By Annabeth Albert & Philz Coffee Tantalizing Turkish

Knit Tight By Annabeth AlbertKnit Tight is an emotional romance following two very different men finding love and comfort with one another while going through difficult, seemingly hopeless situations in their personal lives. Continue reading

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[Book Review] No Such Thing By A.M. Arthur & Cinnabon Classic Cinnamon Roll Coffee

Say It Right By A.M. ArthurAlessandro Silva returns to his hometown to help out his recently widowed foster mother and gets a job at a local family-run bakery/breakfast restaurant, where he meets the boss’s/owner’s striking younger brother, Jaime. Continue reading

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[Book Review] Say It Right By A.M. Arthur & Marley Coffee Get Up, Stand Up

Say It Right By A.M. ArthurMarc and Anthony were the best of best friends growing up. They were absolutely inseparable until sixteen-year-old Marc was thrown out by his father for being gay and the two boys lost touch. Eight years later, Marc is pretty damned surprised when Anthony’s little sister shows up on his doorstep out of nowhere and asks for his help to save her drug addict brother. Continue reading

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[Book Review] Come What May By A.M. Arthur & Mavericks Coffee Co. Absinthe Flavored Ground Coffee

Come What May By A.M. ArthurCome What May is the story of twenty-one year old Jonas Ashcraft, who’s drowning under the expectations of society in general and his father in particular, and the lifeline he finds in the arms of street smart Tate Dawson. Continue reading

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