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    Cute read

    This is a cute sweet read that has a couple of science nerds that are deeply attracted to each other. However, because of their personal baggage and job situation they try fighting the attraction with everything they've got. In the end though, the heart wants what the heart wants. While there is nothing really wrong with this story, it just didn't have the tug on the heartstrings I've come to expect from one of Ophelia London's books. It left me wanting just a bit more from the story. I was impressed with the way the author talked about one of the characters dealing with depression and the overall hope that chocolate could potentially help with that issue. Again, it didn't completely work for me but for anyone who enjoys sweet reads this may be perfect for you!
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    Kiss that man

    Natalie and Luke have history together that only she can remember. A single incident that can make the past seem so painful and give no hope to the future. Can they get past the problems that haunt them? Natalie is the leader of a clinical trial for depression in teenagers. Luke is a proctor for the trial, on behalf of the money lender. There is also an attraction between them that is almost a living thing. One they cannot act on if they are to remain objective. Luke never comes back to his hometown. He came for this clinical trial, and will be gone when its over. The simple question is will he be leaving with his heart intact? Natalie has grown up thinking Luke hung the moon. Now, as adults, are her feelings leftover from that crush or are they newer and more genuine? Will the fact that they work together stop them from trying to have a solid future? What a surprise goody this book is! Such an amazing book with great banter, heartfelt longing, and a serious craving for chocolate. I found I liked the characters and their honesty. A good clean romance story from start to finish. ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley.com and its publisher, in exchange for an honest review only.
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    Love Chocolate

    What's not to love in this book, my two favorites in life is chocolate and kissing. Take two nerdy scientists, who have a history of their first kiss and working on a new drug for depression that has chocolate in it, a perfect match. A big conflict is that you have Luke as the sugar nazi and Natalie as the chocoholic, oh how I enjoyed. I thought the author did a great job on the teenage depression topic, wish there was a cure for it. I highly recommend this fun sweet read, you must have chocolate while reading this book. I received this book from netgalley for an honest review.
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    A sweet concoction of angst, longing and regret.

    A sweet concoction of angst, longing and regret. Natalie has big sugary dreams that center around making a difference by helping others. Luke has experienced a broken heart and developed a jaundiced view of all around him. Neither expects that the key to all the dreams, hopes and expectations they currently possess will lie in the events that reunite them. Now each has to decide which is more important work or a second chance at love. Kissing Her Crush is a lovely and surprising look at blessings never noticed until they are lost. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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