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Annie has been drafted into being the town matchmaker during the Durna Matchmaking Festival. Her father is normally the matchmaker, but he is ill. The position has been in the family for a couple of generations.
In her normal life, Annie is a chocolatier in Dublin. She hopes to become a winner in a prestigious contest. Winning would make a dream of hers come true.
Then Jack walks into the pub. He is looking for a chandler to help him with repairs to his yacht. Mistakenly, Annie drags him into joining the search for his perfect match. He goes along with the error because he likes the way Annie looks.
This is a pretty easy story to follow. Annie and Jack are drawn to one another because of physical attraction and eventually they learn to like one another as people.
Annie and Jack are likable characters. Each of them provide the reader with a great deal of inner thoughts. I think I might have liked a little more actual verbal honesty between the two.
There are terrific secondary characters in this story. Annie's parents and family members, some village citizens and some of the people involved in looking for matches are absolutely wonderful for adding to the color and texture of an Irish village.
The plot is straight forward with expected twists and turns along the way.
This is a quick read which is easily completed in an afternoon. I would have liked a little more unexpected action.
I loved all the characters who all had delightful personalities and the dialogues were both authentic and entertaining. There were a number of editing mistakes but I enjoyed reading the story so much that they didn't bother me. The writing style was very smooth and flowed easily from beginning to end.
Reading this book was a lovely reading experience and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to read romantic stories.
If you enjoy a heartwarming romance, with just the right mixture of conflict, spice, and happily-ever-after, this one is not to be missed. I'll be watching out for more by this author.
The conflicts were pretty predictable and easily resolved, and the character development was weak. Considering the emphasis put on the Chocolate Oscars I would have enjoyed reading more about how Annie got involved, maybe her training or something. I don't recall reading anything about her "day job" while she developed her chocolates. As it was, other than the story of her being jilted at the alter and how she felt about the matchmaker gig, there was nothing about her that was really developed.
There were some editing/formatting errors in the later half of the book but not among the worst I have seen.
Always a Romantic xoxo
There were many characters who, I would have loved to get to know better but there wasn't time. I loved the community and family in Ireland. I hope that the Author makes this a series. I would buy every book!