Looking for an honest book review? This is the place to be. We have all seen a book that ‘looks’ great, but is it as good as the promotion that you just read?
Our staff reads a LOT of books and gives you their opinions to help you make those critical decisions…to buy or not to buy. Look at the rating system below to help you know how and why we rate the books and then click through the newest reviews which are listed by genre or use our search feature to search by author, genre, a character’s name, basically anything you can think of to find that book.
5 Cups – Ultra Rare Extraordinary Read. Not many books will be rated a 5. It is a superior work!
4 Cups – Outstanding Great Read. It is not excellent, but it is certainly worth reading. You’ll enjoy this book very much. This book should be at the top of your list.
3 Cups – A Good Read. This is a good to read book. It is the sort of book that you enjoy while you are reading it. When compared to others it is good but not amazing.
2 Cups – The book has several problems. If a book receives a two cup rating, then the reviewer did not like it. You ask why? Maybe the book was so confusing with the characters, the reviewer could not keep up; or the plot did not make sense; or the book was long and drawn out.
1 Cup – The book very poor read. Reading this book is a waste of your time.
Coffee Time Romance reviewers read hundreds of books each month, in order to bring you the best for your reading pleasure.
Out of all these books only a select few receive our coveted CTRR Award.
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