Book Review: My Fair Latte | Vickie Fee

Laney Estel

My fair lAtte



BOOK: My Fair Latte

AUTHOR: Vickie Fee


Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Published: March 3, 2020


Vickie is a new cozy detective author to me and I was so glad to discover her. This is the first book in a new series, and I am literally so excited to read more of these characters. Alongside the fact that I too have always wanted to own a movie theater, the story pulled me in and made me fall in love with the community of characters. 


This aspect always draws me into these types of stories, and more importantly, do I want to really invest my time in them. In this case… YES!!!! It’s an easy read with an enjoyable twist. Plus coffee.. Because a book without coffee is just not fair….


Small Summary:

Broke, unemployed barista Halley Greer is shocked when she inherits an Art Deco movie palace from the great uncle she remembers meeting once as a child. She moves to the charming tourist town of Utopia Springs, Arkansas to claim her legacy.

In addition to the timeworn theater, she discovers she's also inherited a trash-heaped apartment, family secrets, her uncle's friends, a stealthy calico kitty-and an adversary.

With a whole latte help from her new friends, the feisty barista fixes up and re-opens the theater as a coffee and wine bar, showing classic films. She generates some steam with a hunky local - and risks getting burned. The opening night of My Fair Lady looks like a big hit, and her new life feels like a bit of movie magic until a customer turns up dead during intermission.


I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Received from Edelweiss.

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