Thursday, August 18, 2011

Coffeehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors

Coffeehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors is a teen read.  It was fun.  I would like to visit the town that the story takes place in, but I don't think it exists, but if it did, I would like to go to the coffeehouse and get some hot chocolate.  The main character is a teenage girl Katrina Svensen who lives with her grandma above their coffeehouse.  Their coffeehouse is old school, and they are starting to suffer because next door is the "Starbucks" of the town and they don't know how to compete.  One day Katrina does a good dead for someone she thinks is homeless and sleeping in their alley.  Little does she know she helps an angel (a cute teenage boy angel Malcolm) and that he has to give her her greatest  wish, but the problem is Katrina isn't quite sure what her greatest wish should be, and lots of interesting and amazing and rather disgusting things (can you say worlds' largest rat?) happen as Malcolm the teen angel tries to grant Katrina's wish.  A fun light read.  Shannon Hale recommended it on her site.

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