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Synopsis: Like the sweet aromatic flavor that exudes from coffee houses and pleases the sense of smell, the people who visit A Taste of Java, will definitely stimulate the soul. A Taste of Java brings a fascinating love story, which features a complicated cast of characters. This rib-tickling story mixes in a tablespoon of love, two cups of comedy, and a triple shot of drama, sure to keep readers turning the page.
Inga Tyler and Nathaniel Gates are best friends, who find themselves crossing a skeletal line where physical attraction resides. Inga suppresses her true feelings for Nathaniel because of his recent engagement to longtime girlfriend, Rochelle Parsons. Inga is far from a man stealer and very reluctant to jeopardize her solid friendship with Nathaniel. At the same time, Inga struggles with the snare of temptation whenever Nathaniel is in her presence. In the name of true love, Nathaniel is determined to dump his fiancÃ©e to pursue a monogamous relationship with Inga. Just when Nathaniel is certain nothing else stands in his path to happily ever after with Inga, a clumsy tea spill leaves Inga intrigued by one chocolate hunk of a construction worker, named Charles Smith-McAlister. Once Charles enters the picture, the dynamics of Inga and Nathaniel s friendship are challenged. For better or for worse is the question that will linger until the end.
About the Author:
L.J. Wilson is a Chicago native. This wife and mother of four is currently employed as an analyst for a government agency. Her mission is to write well-crafted stories that entertain, yet provoke serious thought on issues that affect all humanity, but specifically African-Americans.
Her writing credits include her latest release, A Taste of Java (February 2008). She also has two short stories published, Reappearing Acts in Crimes of Passion: The Anthology (July 2006) and Something Special in Voices of Autism (May 2008).
She is working on her second novel.
Title: A Taste of Java
Publisher: Gifted Pen Publishing
Publication Date: 2008
Binding: Perfect Paperback
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Gifted Pen Publishing. Perfect Paperback. Condition: Very Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Inventory # G1605850632I4N00