Kisses for Tati
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Kisses for Tati

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Tati Corona lives a simple life. She has no friends, works a thankless job as a cashier at her local grocery, and dwells in the shadow of her beautiful, successful, older sister Jacqueline. Nothing will ever change for Tati, it seems, until she meets Roy Marble. Charming and handsome, Roy regularly visits Tati's job during his lunch breaks. When Roy finally asks Tati out o...more
Paperback, First Edition, 100 pages
Published August 21st 2012 by Be Cool Books (Be Cool Entertainment Holdings)
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As I started reading this story, I knew I wanted to transfer some of my confidence to Tati so that she could manhandle her older, psycho sister Jacqueline. Unfortunately, when someone is emotionally and/or physically abused, it's sometimes hard for them to get from under what's happening to them. Jacqueline treats her like an ugly stepchild and because Jacqueline is older and was once her legal guardian, Tati seems to take whatever Jacqueline dishes out.

I must admit that I was taken aback this s...more
Tati has a very simple life that she has grown accustomed to. She works as a cashier at the local grocery store and the most important person in her life is her older, sophisticated and glamorous older sister. But then Tati meets Roy and things start to change for her. Her own life is looking up, but will her older sister allow it?

This was a quick read. It was okay, but I found that the author's note about the inspiration for the story was more interesting than the book itself.
Greta Turnbull
Did not like the way it ended and it was really short. It was ok though.
Great story! Left me wanting more.

Great story, now I want more!
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Jay Fingers is a novelist, editor, and blogger. A self-proclaimed "foodie and alcoholic," he grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, and lived in Miami for several years. He is the author of the acclaimed novels GUESTLIST and ORANGE MOUND, and the novelette KISSES FOR TATI. His forthcoming MANHATTAN SWEETHEART is scheduled for an early 2014 release. He currently lives in Brooklyn.
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