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    Loved it!!

    The perfect story to start your New Years, with Maddie making her own New Year resolutions, No Chocolate, No Men and No Meddling. Well you know she will fail, with plenty of laugh out moments and the bantering between her "guy" friend, Mick. Mick is an injured pilot that Maddie meets while volunteering in the local hospital and helps nurses him back to health, with some of her favorite chocolate from Sage's Chocolate Shop. Maddie just wants to make everyone happy, she really doesn't mean to meddle, but oh how I loved it!! How can she deny the chemistry between Mick, but she tries very hard to. This is a great addition to the Love at the Chocolate Shop books, the few things in common is romance, chocolate and all of the wonderful friends of Marietta. Well written with great humor, that will have you laughing out loud. 2 likes
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    Loved it!

    The Chocolate Cure by Roxanne Snopek is book number four in the Love at the Chocolate Shop series. This is Maddie Cash and bush pilot Mick Meyer's story. I thoroughly enjoyed Maddie and Mick’s story! Their romance was a fun romance to read. I loved the humor, emotional aspects, and the sweet romance. A great read that left me still thinking about their story. Loved it! I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Gotta love a good writer.

    I absolutely lived what I read..will look forward to readg the rest of the story. Not everyone gets how a single lonely person feels on holidays and the author definitly understands. Love the fact that Roxanne is a BC writer.
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    Fun read

    Love continues to bloom at Marietta's chocolate shop. On a drunken whim Maddie Cash makes a New Year's resolution that is sure to fail as soon as she utters it! Giving up men, meddling, and chocolate? What was she thinking! Since she made this resolution in such a public way, she has no choice but to try her best to get through it. Then she meets Mick Meyer and things really get interesting. This is a wonderfully fun read and one I would highly recommend.
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    Sweet romance

    This is a sweet book (pardon the pun) that I enjoyed reading. We meet Maddie as she's about to make a spectacle of herself on New Year's Eve, including making several new year's resolutions that no one believes she can keep. As part of Maddie's plan to improve her life, she begins volunteering at the hospital. She's in the ER when Mick is brought in after an aviation mishap. For some reason, despite being strangers, she is the only one who can keep him calm and ends up spending most of the evening at his bedside. What follows is an interesting relationship where they feel oddly connected to each other, but not really understanding why. Until the end of the novel, this felt overly contrived to me - it just didn't seem to flow naturally. It's purely my subjective opinion and a departure for me from the author's other books. Usually her character relationships draw me right in and keep me hooked. Fans of the author will want to read this book. And yes, it is a sweet novel both in chocolate playing a feature role and in the tameness of the romance. Readers that appreciate a hint of romance instead of a more explicit portrayal will enjoy this book.
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