Welcome back for another WOW! Women on Writing Book Tour Post! Today I will be reviewing the second novel in Michelle Dim-St. Pierre’s “The Pinnacle Trilogy” – Bloody Coffee. You will also be able to find more posts about this novel all over the internet, I’ll include that information at the bottom of this post.
*Disclaimer – I received a free digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of this tour, you can find my full disclaimer HERE.*
In Bloody Coffee, we follow Leigh Stone, whose world has been turned upside down when she turns 18 and her mother gives Leigh her diaries which reveal that the father she’s always known is not her birth father. Leigh heads to Tel Aviv, Israel, where her mother is from, to find the man her mother implies is her birth father – A Tel Aviv doctor named Dr. Sloan, whom her mother had an affair with before leaving to America, where she had Leigh and raised her with Dr. Steve Stone. When Leigh books herself in for an appointment with Dr. Sloan to confront her probable father, he suffers cardiac arrest and she’s afraid the man she needed to confirm was her father would die.
Encountering a bit more drama than she was expecting, Leigh has to navigate the Israeli legal system and her changing relationship with her mother, all while keeping a close relationship with her ‘step’ father Steve and a blossoming relationship with the handsome resident Dankner. Despite the advice of everyone around her, she decides to seek the truth, regardless of the consequences.
In Bloody Coffee you’ll find:
- The past meeting the present
- Family drama
- Love between a father and daughter
- International Travel
- The sights of Israel
You’ll have to get your hands on a copy of this novel to find out what makes the Coffee “Bloody” (because we’re a spoiler free zone here!)
- Paperback: 332 pages
- Publisher: Mountain Abor Press; 1st edition (April 22, 2019)
- ISBN-10: 163183522X
- ISBN-13: 978-1631835223
Buy the Book:
Apple Store: https://books.apple.com/us/book/id1461500705