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Publisher Description

Large. Hot. With a pump of sexual tension.

When the barista next door teams up with a slick ad executive in this sweet standalone novel from USA Today bestselling author Jamie K. Schmidt, they both get a taste of unexpected love.

Terri Cooke gave up her fast track job as a marketing assistant to care for her twin brother, Michael, who is rapidly declining from a neurological disorder.  Working as a barista to try to pay some bills, the last thing she needs is to have some jerk snap his fingers at her for his morning coffee: large iced decaf, soymilk & sugar with extra whip.

Really bro?

Mick Wentworth doesn't have time to be nice.  He put his own father in jail for embezzlement, his secretary is pregnant and everyone thinks he knocked her up, and now he's trying to save the ad agency that his grandfather devoted his entire life to.  The last thing he needs is an uppity waitress who wants to make small talk, even if she's got flashing dark eyes, a mouth made for sin, and a distracting rack.

 Extra whip—and make it snappy, Sugar. 

March 21
Jamie K. Schmidt
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

sweetblongirl ,

Intensely Hot!

Extra Whip is a very sweet, intensely HOT super fun read that has the most interesting characters that I fell in love with! I really enjoyed Terri and Mick’s unusual ‘one night stand/non relationship’...yep you really need to read and see how that works out for them! LOL! This is another Jamie K Schmidt super steamy HOT book, with an incredible emotional witty storyline that had me addicted and nonstop flipping pages from the very beginning! I found this to be an extremely sweet super HOT story that definitely gets 5 SEXY STARS from me!!!

mchappy99 ,

Being Whipped

Is it animosity or lust that Terri feels for Mick when he orders coffee from her everyday. A high tension attraction that will have many twists and turns in their relationship. A great storyline of business, family, love and betrayal will keep you on your toes when reading this book. Can honestly say with a family like Mick’s, who needs enemies. I liked the witty banter between Terri and Mick, and all the nerdy stuff that played such a major role in bringing them together. Enjoyed the ending on many levels and how it was all sorted out, that everyone got their own perfect conclusion.

I am voluntarily leaving a review for this book that I received free.

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