Bookish Witch

Her Perfect Cup Of Tea by Lavina Serrao

Book blurb:

A refreshing, light read to give you company as you sit with your hot cuppa!

She loves her morning cup of tea, brewed to perfection and this cup of tea dictates the tone of her day. Her cup of tea comforts her.

But when a strange man begins to follow her, she wants to understand why. And in her attempt to understand what he wants of her, she misses her cup of tea. And the comforts it brings to her.

Will he take it away from her?

Genre: Fiction/Short story

Pages: 21

Format: Kindle eBook/Paperback

Price:

  • Kindle eBook: 52 INR/$1.10
  • Paperback (available only in the US): $5.40

My Ratings: 4/5

Are you a tea lover or coffee lover? Most of us like to enjoy our favorite beverage in the morning before we begin our day. If you’re one of those who cherish that one perfect cuppa, this is a must-read.

A tea lover’s delight.

What I liked about the book:
–> It tells a simple and relatable story.
–> The moments spent by the protagonist with the morning sun, that motivate her for the rest of the day.

Quotable quotes:
–>She wasn’t the one to elaborate dinner, but she enjoyed cooking fresh meals.
–>She took her time to enjoy this cup of tea. Always. Everyday. Especially, every working day. This was her time, her bliss, her most precious time of the day before walking into a chaotic day at work.
–>People intrigued her the most. Without looking at them, she had mastered the art of watching them. Their clothes, their faces, and their expressions. Their race to wherever they were going to or returning from.

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