Audiobook Review: Coffee, Tea & Me/Kissing Frogs: Rich Amooi


Narrated by Greg Tremblay

Elsie’s Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Listen to a Sample!

It’s Official! Anytime I need a pick me up, forget about Xanax, I’m listening to a Rich Amooi novel, his stories never fail to put a smile on my face. This light-hearted rom-com is just what the doctor ordered.


Susie McKenna is the queen of scones and she opens her quaint little tea shop right next door to Jack Robbins coffee house! Her timing couldn’t be any worse, at least not from where Jack’s standing, he’s close to sealing a deal to take his coffee house brand to the next level, but falling sale due to that pesky little tea shop threatens to throw a monkey wrench into his plans and it doesn’t help that he likes her tea too!


Hilarity ensues as Jack and Susie compete to make a living and fight the growing attraction they feel towards each other.

Greg Tremblay narrates this quick listen and his voice is perfect for this type of story, his pacing is flawless, and his delivery definitely helped increase the comedy factor. The audio quality of this book, which clocks in at just under 4 1/2 hours, is excellent.


Narrated by Ryan Kennard Burke

Elsie’s Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

If you’re feeling down, listen to this audiobook! I guarantee your disposition will improve dramatically.

Teacher Sara Larson’s love life is no fairy tale after a nasty breakup with her boyfriend/next door neighbor. In fact, Sara finds the situation so uncomfortable, she decides moving away is the best option and with summers arrival she does just that!


On her first day in her new abode, she’s rudely awaken early in the morning by a squealing noise coming from her new next door neighbors house! Sara’s having none of that and marches next door to confront her inconsiderate neighbor.

Enter sexy, irresistible new next door neighbor, art teacher, Ian Mcbride, who opens the door and thinks Sara’s a basket case!


Sara’s thinks her new neighbor is hot, but she’s not gonna let history repeat itself twice! Comical misunderstandings ensue as Sara and Ian discover if there’s such a thing as happily ever after.

This audiobook is over 5 hours of light-hearted laughter, good times and a little angst. Narrator Ryan Kennard Burke does a good job voicing the characters and his tone is perfect for the guy next door, The audio production quality for both books are excellent.

Whenever I need an attitude adjustment, a Rich Amooi book will be my salvation.

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