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    Chocolate, yummy!

    This is the first book I have read by this author, and at first I wasn’t sure I would continue to read it. The story’s beginning was rather confusing – something about a terrible accident where Anna Trent worked and then her hazed dream-like state in the hospital before she finally learns what happened to her. She finds out what happened from her former French teacher in school who is introduced to the story. Suffering from terminal cancer, Claire sees in coaching Anna’s French language skills a way for both of them to pass the time while being treated. It is parallel love stories set out in Paris a generation apart. It is told mainly from Anna’s first person point of view, sometimes as told by Claire in both the present and past. Beware if you are a chocolate lover, this story will make your mouth water especially at the end with the various Chocolate recipes, Yummy! “The Loveliest Chocolate Shop in Paris” is a story of two Englishwomen in Paris, of love lost and found. It is learning of reaching for the best, of acceptance of the past and learning to let go.

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