Amy Brown has had enough of the high-glamour PR world. Besides, she has made enough money to pay for her dream anyway: to have a baby of her own - through an anonymous donor. Now she is raising her son, Charlie, and happily working in a local coffee shop while trying to hold her crumbling family together.
Amy’s mother is rebounding after her divorce
from a hippie shaman who convinces family members to go along on an astral journey with him.
A controlling sister is fighting to save her marriage, and two lovable best friends don't
realize that they are perfect for each other.
She is under pressure to make it as a freelance journalist when she meets the most amazing guy: Sam Draper. It turns out though that Sam works indirectly for a rival coffee company opening up right across the street from where she works
- and where her best friend, Brian, is struggling to keep his local shop afloat in the economy.
Could Sam be the man of Amy’s dreams, or will everything she's worked for crumble around her along with her family and work?
Perfect Blend is a lighthearted read that will
suitably while away a rainy day, highly predictable yet mildly entertaining all the same. Amy is going through very
relatable struggles, and I was happy to find out how she was going to make it through with a child in tow.