Coffee and Conclusions by Emma Sterner-Radley

Rated 4.71 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

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Book two in The Midnight Coffee Series

Author: Emma-Sterner-Radley

Description

Love brought introverted New York personal trainer Erin Black together online with CEO-turned-writer Isabella Martinez. In the second part of their story, Isabella has moved back to Philadelphia to start a new life with her baby.

As the physical distance between Erin and Isabella shrinks, other hurdles appear. Will Erin’s insecurities and the ghosts of her past hold her back? Can Isabella’s manipulative mother threaten their path to finding happiness?

Their online midnight coffee dates keep drawing them together, but will it be enough? Is there a way for Erin, Isabella, and baby Alberto to be together?

A lesbian romance about love finding a way.

Additional information

Publication Date

January 2017

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Length

96,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-95533-931-9 (mobi), 978-3-95533-932-6 (epub), 978-3-95533-933-3 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

7 reviews for Coffee and Conclusions by Emma Sterner-Radley

  1. Rocío Toboso
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    Second of Midnight Coffee, Coffee and Conclusions is the story of two women, Erin and Isabella, who can’t sleep for very different reasons. In the first book of the series, Erin starts following Isabella on Twitter and they start chatting.

    Despite the distance, Isabella has moved back to Philadelphia and Erin is living in New York, they talk every night and as the relationship goes further, every chance they get.

    Then there’s a first face-to-face meeting and then a second and a third and … They have deep feelings for each other but different circumstances and the suddeness of all of it make them relunctant to be closer.

    For some people it may seem that it is not possible to fall in love so quick and through the internet but it can and it does happen. You know about a person from chatting a couple of weeks more than some people who meet daily. There are many hours when you don’t see that person and can pull your heart out, you feel more free to open up. And this is what happened to these two women at the beginning and still happens every time they chat or talk on the phone.

    The characters are funny and sarcastic, realistic and believable, even the hateful possessive mother and the passive father.

    Sometimes we expect too much from a sequel. We think it will be as good as the first book and it just gets drowned in the attempt to be so. This is so not the case. This book is just as good.
    I received an ARC from Ylva Publishing, in exchange for an honest review.

  2. Miira
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    This is the second, concluding part of Midninght Coffee. If you liked the first part, you’ll like this one even more!

    Erin and Isabella move on from chats and phonecalls to meeting face to face. The awkwardness of their first meeting was so real I found myself grimacing! Erin moves on and up with her job, Isabella gets settled in to her new place and they meet again. And again… and soon they’re in a “real” relationship and have to start planning accordingly.

    Quite a bit happens before the (inevitable) happy ending, and it’s not all ice-cream and balloons for the protagonists. Both Erin and Isabella have to face some demons, and eventually Erin, who constantly thinks of Isabella as the adult one, begins to understand that she is no loser (silly head, the reader knew all along you’re great!).

    The characters are all very real – funny, silly, occasionally irritating, and in the case of one Mrs. Martinez, completely infuriating.

    Highly recommended!

  3. angeladams69
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    There are many reasons why I can boldly declare my love for this story and the series as a whole. I really enjoyed the slow build up to the romance instead of the typical woman meets woman and they form an instant attraction that leads to both parties suddenly falling head over heels in love. This story portrays the natural human issues many of us deal with on a daily basis. Issues such as fear, insecurity, love in all its various forms, approval seeking and following your heart despite the long and painful journey it is sure to take you on. I applaud the author for creating a story that is realistic and insightful, life is full of color and diversity and I really appreciate stories that provide me with such diversity as well as main characters who do not subscribe to any fixed label. I really enjoyed watching Isabella and Erin grow together and who can resist loving a story that has cherubic babies and great descriptions of coffee in it!

  4. Kristy Drexel
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    Omg I loved this book the intensity between Erin and Isabella was devine. If your in the mood for a great romance, then this is a book that will captivate you. I couldn’t wait to turn the pages to find out what happens next.

  5. Karola Meyer
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    ***free ARC
    after book no 1 in the midnight coffee series I was really curious what would happen with Erin and Isabella. With all the bumps in their way, a mother who is more a bitch than a loving person, Erins fears, they find the right way to start a life together. The writing style, the funny moments, the situations which made me think about life in itself, this book has it all and is just great.

  6. Betty Harmon
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    This is the sequel to “Long Distance Coffee” by the same author, and it’s a good idea to read the first one before this one. I would encourage people to read both books, because I love them both.
    This one takes up where the other left off, and brings the characters closer. This is where they really become a couple , working around obstacles and becoming a proper family. In spite of some of the secondary characters trying to tear the two main characters apart, it is heartwarming to see them get even closer. It’s a lovely story to sit and read beside a fire and a cup of coffee — of course.

  7. Jane Shambler
    Rated 3 out of 5

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    OK, so this was a bit better than the first but I still found my patience waning. It’s very well written but I guess it just didn’t do anything for me.

    This book was better because they finally got to meet. Which was surprisingly the highlight of the book. But I found the book to drag on. I just feel that the book would have been better with fewer words.

    The story in itself is good. Two lonely people connect on line and then take the next step. It just wasn’t for me. Enjoy!

    *ARC provided by publisher via Ylva Publishing*

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