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    A nice Christmas read!

    Emma's healing a broken heart, but it takes a while for you to learn the circumstances. She's moved and started her Chocolate Shop, hoping the change in career and surroundings will help her start over, but it's not that easy. Seven years on from whatever happened in her love life and she meets Max. Guilt just won't let her give in to the feelings she's starting to have for him, when her ex-fiancée, Luke's parents come for a visit. The reader eventually finds out what happened to Emma long ago and one hopes she'll give love a chance. It seems that Max is worth it.
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    Snow and Criollo

    Having read a lot of Trisha Ashley and her baking and chocolate making addictions coming to the fore I was hoping for more of the same from this book. Sadly, it didn't speak to me in the same way, despite the mouth-watering descriptions of the fillings and flavours of the chocolates created through the seasons for Emma's seaside chocolate shop. There are two romances going on here, both revolving around the Chocolate Shop. The one that we are focusing on is Emma's burgeoning relationship with Mr Kiss. This is backdropped by her worries over keeping the shop after her landlord hikes the price up. The tale spans a full year but as the name of the book suggests most of the focus is on Christmas and the changes between the one we see Emma enduring at the start of the book and the one she is enjoying at the end of the book. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with the book and it is well written with a certain charm but it just didn't speak to me and keep me reading.
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