Love Bytes

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Pocket Books, 1997 - Coffee shops - 211 pages
2 Reviews
Meet the staff of @café Natalie, Dylan, Blue, Sam, Tanya, and Jason. They run the hippest coffee shop in San Francisco -- and they have the coolest site on the Internet.

Three guys. Three girls. They've been best friends forever. Grinding beans, cleaning counters, keeping secrets -- they're always together. Nothing, and no one, can tear them apart...until the day Dylan realizes he's in love with Natalie. Because the staff of @café has only one rule: Don't fall in love. And now everything is about to change.

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Review: Love Bytes (@Cafe #1)

User Review  - Christy wu - Goodreads

CUUUUUUTE!!! This is like You've Got Mail, Friends, and all the rest of the adorable nineties in a teen romance that really took me back. AWWWW. Read full review

Review: Love Bytes (@Cafe #1)

User Review  - Bree - Goodreads

Another teenage read. I was majorly disappointed when the books were stopped. These are similar to Katherine Applegate's making out series. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
16
Section 2
32
Section 3
38
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About the author (1997)

Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain wrote their first piece together when they were fifteen - a feature on Kansas City delis for their high school newspaper. They now live in Los Angeles, where they are currently Writer-Producers on the Emmy-award winning show "The Shield" and James Patterson's upcoming "Women's Murder Detective Club" TV series debuting this fall on ABC.

Sarah and Liz's first novel, Bass Ackwards and Belly Up, was published by Little, Brown in May 2006, and the paperback published in April 2007.

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