Publisher Description

A SEXY, SNARKY-SWEET ROMANCE from New York Times Bestseller MIMI JEAN PAMFILOFF


WHY ARE WOMEN SECRETLY FLOCKING TO THE HAPPY PANTS CAFÉ?
The Happy Pants Café has no public information—no website, no address, no phone number—and it doesn’t show up on any map, either. Yet, there’s a line of single women around the block, waiting to get inside. And when they come out, their smiling faces don’t look like coffee buzzes. (Or afterglows.)


So what could they possibly be doing inside?


Harper Branton thinks she knows their dirty little secret, and it’s just the story to save her mess of a journalistic career. There’s just one problem: her competition. He’s sexy, he’s arrogant, and he’s about turn Harper’s life upside down with a few secrets of his own.


NOTE: Stand-alone Story

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
June 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
290
Pages
PUBLISHER
P&S, Inc.
SELLER
Paper & Silver, Inc.
SIZE
1.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Christie, agatha ,

Review...Just finished Happy Pants Cafe!

I found it to be fun, sweet, and a highly imaginative idea for a novel. I am not usually a chick/romance sort of girl...more on the mystery,adventure,sci- fi types. But this little book was very engaging and just the kind I needed for the moment. I will surely write your name down as I read by author. Thank you for a very nice read. Now I will go in search of another of your masterpieces!😄Sandy Pyle

kathyesf ,

Smiley Faced Cookies

Cute story and you could say a second chance love story. Two childhood friends have not seen each other in 19 years until they run into each other when they are trying to get a story. Only they have changed and do not recognize each other. Once they find out who they are they have a love hate type of relationship that is very competitive. Now add in a cookie and some medaling people to try and keep them part. Good 3.5 read.

pearl555 ,

Don't waste your time.

The story was ridiculous. The characters were not likeable or believable. I can't believe I read the whole thing. What a waste. Don't make the same mistake I did.

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