I’m very excited to have found a coffee blend that stands out above the rest for me. The last few years I’ve been rotating through a number of different possibilities and while there were variations in flavor nothing struck me as special. This year I happened upon one and I love the taste. The biggest drawback and disappointment will be it’s a seasonal coffee. And then, by next year I may have even forgotten it, this post will immortalize it for me.
It will be be iffy finding the same experience next year. It’s a generic brand, they may not use the same supplier and things will change. I’d better make sure to enjoy this package to the fullest.
Not only did I find a favorite coffee I happened on a favorite new mug too. I bought it because I liked the look, I had no idea I would like the mug itself. It’s funny how the material used in manufacturing can make such a difference to the enjoyment experience. I’m a happy camper.
The third thing making this day special is my current read. I’m loving it. Coffee, mug, book, a perfect combination.
Fatal Mistake: A Novel (White Knights Book 1)
An FBI agent must protect the woman who can identify a terrorist bomber in bestselling author Susan Sleeman’s riveting romantic suspense novel.
Each day could be her last…but not if he can help it.
Tara Parrish is the only person ever to survive an attack by the Lone Wolf bomber. Scared and emotionally scarred by her near death, she goes into hiding with only one plan–to stay alive for another day. She knows he’s coming after her, and if he finds her, he will finish what he started.
Agent Cal Riggins has had only one goal for the past six months–to save lives by ending the Lone Wolf’s bombing spree. To succeed, he needs the help of Tara Parrish, the one person who can lead them to the bomber. Cal puts his all into finding Tara, but once he locates her, he realizes if he can find her, the Lone Wolf can, too. He must protect Tara at all costs, and they’ll both need to resist the mutual attraction growing between them to focus on hunting down the bomber, because one wrong move could be fatal.
I haven’t checked yet to see if we have any awesome book suggestions. If there are any I will be sure to share.
3 thoughts on “Current read with favorite coffee Jan 01, 2022”
Happy New Year from Brothers Campfire! Blessings to you and yours! 🤠🔥✨🧨
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Your coffee and mug look like a good pair! Enjoy.
As for books, I can recommend Robert Stermscheg’s “Stealth” just released as an ebook. https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=Stermscheg%3A+Stealth&crid=1KFKJP4LD6SZC&sprefix=stermscheg+stealth%2Caps%2C104&ref=nb_sb_noss or here: https://www.amazon.ca/Stealth-Robert-Stermscheg-ebook/dp/B09NP8QXMM/ref=sr_1_12?crid=28WVT6EF04JBH&keywords=stealth&qid=1640801654&s=digital-text&sprefix=Stealth%2Cdigital-text%2C132&sr=1-12
I believe the paperback will be available before long. It’s been a little while since I read a preliminary version, so I won’t offer a review until I have read it again, but I can say the plot moves along nicely but I was not able to guess at the outcome. I like that! The character development is good, and Robert’s usual calibre of writing is evident. From the first page, I felt drawn into this historical novel, and felt I was actually experiencing WWII along with the characters.
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Thanks for mentioning Robert’s book Pat. I will mention it in my next post too. Happy New Year.