Friday, 23 September 2016

Blog Tour and Review - Green Tea Latte to Go by Aven Ellis

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Green Tea Latte To Go

Perfect Drink: Green tea latte with coconut milk and raw honey.

Perfect Fashion Icon: The Duchess of Cambridge. Always on point with her fashion, dressing appropriately for every occasion and not afraid to recycle things from her wardrobe, I truly admire her class and style.

Perfect Place: Seattle.

Perfect Activity for Relaxation: Yoga. I’m terrible at it, but I’m determined to perfect downward dog. Someday.

For Seattle blogger Payton James, life is all about trying to achieve perfection. Payton is determined to be her best self in all areas, and she refuses to rest until she achieves it.

However, an imperfect moment in a coffee shop completely changes Payton’s life. When her drink order gets switched by mistake, Payton finds herself face-to-face with a gorgeous British man named Brooks. Payton is instantly attracted to the witty stranger who is quick with his words—and has a beautiful smile.

Brooks is an exotic veterinarian with a huge passion for animals. Heartache in his past has led him to focusing on his career out of fear of getting hurt again. But there’s something about Payton that makes this vet want to know more about the bubbly blogger he has met via fate—and has him reconsidering his stance on love.

But will Brooks ever be free of his fears to truly open his heart? And will Payton’s drive for perfection cost her the one thing she loves most? Or will she learn to embrace imperfections?

And maybe perfect is the one thing Payton doesn’t want after all . . .

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I would like to thank Starcrossed Blog Tours and the author for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

What can I say about Aven Ellis's books I haven't already said before?  I loved that this was different from Aven's hockey books with an exotic vet in Brooks.

Payton is a Dutchess of Cambridge fashion blogger and also a professional concierge,  I had never heard of this and love that Aven manages to find these roles for her characters.  Payton is also striving for perfection as she thinks she doesn't live up to her families expectations.  She meets Brooks who is far from perfect but is kind and caring and oh so hot.  I love that Aven manages to bring his British quirks through on every page and it only emphasises this difference between the UK and the US.

The surrounding characters in this book are fabulous especially Courtney and her children.  There are also lots of animals in the story Mr Not Bacon and Angus are great and deserve their own book.

As with all of Aven's books I was oohing and awing as I read and if you want a feel good fun story to read then you are certainly guaranteed it with this.  I do like it when Aven ventures away from her hockey books but for me I also look forward to diving back into the world of the Dallas Demons and the Chicago Buffalo's.

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Aven Ellis has been writing fiction since she was sixteen. She studied communications at a large Midwestern university, and after graduation, Aven worked as a reporter for a community newspaper, followed by a stint at a public relations agency.
But writing about city council meetings and restaurant franchises was not as much fun as writing for young women trying to figure out their careers and potential boyfriends. So Aven got herself a job in television that allowed her to write at night. Connectivity is Aven’s debut novel; Waiting For Prince Harry and Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista (New Adult romantic comedy) will be published next year.
Aven lives in Dallas with her family. When she is not writing, Aven enjoys shopping, cooking, connecting with friends on social media, and watching any show that features Gordon Ramsay.

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