By Kristina Springer
What's your drink of selection? Is it a small pumpkin spice latte? Then you are plenty of enjoyable and a piece sassy. Or a medium americano? you wish simplicity in lifestyles. or maybe it is a small decaf soy sugar-free hazelnut caffe latte? a few may possibly name you a yuppie. Seventeen-year-old barista Jane Turner has this thought that you should inform much a couple of individual through their average espresso drink. She scribbles all of it down in a pc and calls it Espressology. So it is not a wholly loopy thought whilst Jane begins hooking up a few of her associates in accordance with their espresso orders. Like her ally, Em, a medium sizzling chocolate, and Cam, a toffee nut latte. but if her boss, Derek, will get wind of Jane's Espressology, he makes it an in-store vacation advertising, promising consumers their excellent suits for the cost of their favourite espresso. issues are going larger than Derek may perhaps ever have was hoping, so why is Jane so freaked out? Does it have something to do with Em relationship Cam? She's the person who set them up! She might be satisfied for them, right?
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It's a little too "surfer dude" for Chicago, but it somehow works on him. " I say brightly. " He returns my smile. "Yeah," I answer. "Can you stay for a few? I want to talk to you. " Gavin walks over to a table at the far end of the store and sits down. I start to make his iced vanilla latte and Em comes up next to me. " 49 The Espressologist "No clue. I've got to stall him, though, and see if Simone comes in," I tell her. "Gav," I say, raising my voice. "It's going to be just a minute. " That should buy me some time.
You just want to touch them. The other guys with him are decent-looking enough, though maybe a bit older. Officer Jake is definitely the cutie of the group. And single. " he bellows out as he approaches the counter, confidence radiating from him. This guy is definitely comfortable in his own skin.
65 The Espressologist "Okay, be right back," she says, and heads toward Derek's office. The front door swings open and five police officers walk in. They aren't in the standard-issue police uniform, though. They are wearing faded blue jeans, dark sweatshirts, and black bulletproof jackets with the word POLICE embroidered across the back in white capital letters. I recognize Officer Jake right away. He's been in here a couple of times before and he is definitely hard to miss. In his early twenties, and built like a baseball player, Officer Jake is tall, Italian, and gorgeous.
The Espressologist by Kristina Springer