Skinny Cappuccino - Alicia M Kaye

Skinny Cappuccino

By Alicia M Kaye

  • Release Date - Published: 2016-11-03
  • Book Genre: Contemporary
  • Author: Alicia M Kaye
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A six-thirty in the morning Michelle realises that the handsome stranger standing beside her isn't actually the security guard. So why has he been helping her identify what triggered the alarm at her cafe? Is he really just hustling her for a skinny cappuccino?

When twenty-something Michelle Vermont decided to open Beans Cafe, she'd thought it would be fun, particularly with charming Clive Banks as her business partner. Not only is Clive a professional coffee buyer, he's also drop dead gorgeous. But Clive suddenly vanishes, leaving Michelle with nothing more than a few text messages, debts and a workload she can't handle.

Michelle vows to find her errant associate and bring him back to work kicking and screaming if she has to. He can stand by the cappuccino frother until he's made up for all the trouble he's caused.

Unfortunately the only person who seems to be able to help Michelle is Clive's brother, Arthur Banks, a ruthless property developer. Despite the fact that he's even more handsome than his sibling with dreamy eyes, he's a greedy capitalist, and certainly not to be trusted.

Thrown together by the mystery of the missing barista, Michelle and Arthur will be forced to find a way to work together...

...And Michelle might even find herself falling in love with the enemy.

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