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    Romance, chocolate, and family

    The romance… sigh. The chocolate… mouthwatering. The family… wonderful. All these things describe this book. Everything was amazing. Sarah has been left by her loser husband to raise her son and is now afraid to commit to any man. Blake refuses to give up, even when his advances are not returned. I love how persistent he is when courting Sarah. Courting is exactly the right word too. He brings her flowers, takes her to dinner, spends time with her and her son. He does everything right including letting her have the space to stay true to herself. This relationship is wonderful, it is true to life, it is strong, and it is beautiful. Blake not only woos Sarah he woos her son also. I love the family restaurant setting. My family owns a restaurant and the arguments, the struggles, and the fun of working together is all portrayed perfectly. When the going gets tough the family just pulls together and does what has to be done to make things work. That is exactly what happens in a family business. There are clues as to what is happening around Sarah. It wasn’t hard to figure out but I liked that Gail Cleare didn’t just give up the secret. She wrote the story pulling the reader in and not letting go until the end of the book. I recommend picking up your own copy and meeting the family of The Three Chocolatiers.
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