- File Size: 1025 KB
- Print Length: 186 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (May 4, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XX55QMW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #163,435 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Chocolate Touch (Love at the Chocolate Shop Book 8) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Oh Melissa McClone is one fabulous author. Not only does she draw us in with a wonderful romance but she also fills our heads with all kinds of amazing chocolate delights. I could just taste the caramels with salt and the truffels. The hot chocolate that Sage makes but of course since all the recipes are a secret we will never know how to make any of these amazing creations.
I love how we got to catch up on couples from past books that Ms McClone did not write while at the same time she wove us a wonderful story about a past air forceman York who has come home to lend a hand at the Chocolate a Shop (really he is there to learn about his sisters and her boyfriends). Your is an amazing big brother and while he is home something great happens for him. Why not...his sisters did something amazing for him in the past.
You do not have to have read the other 7 books in this series to enjoy this book, but I can highly recommend that you DO read the other books. They are wonderful and show how great this fictional town is.
Chantelle writes blogs and reviews on chocolate and is in town for a book signing and to meet Sage and see the shop. Chancellor is also doing a quiet review of the shop, Sage and he chocolates for her uncle in France. He runs a huge family chocolate company that is world wide famous. Sometimes they offer to buy the recipes of small shops or buy the whole shop and recipes. Chantelle' s last name is different from her French family, as her mother was French and father American. No one knows of her "French connection" to chocolate.
York is working with his sister at the book signing as Sage' s shop is doing the refreshments. That is his first meeting with Chantelle. From then on they are thrown together and something grows. Neither are looking for forever, but it sneaks up on them. Then her connection to the French chocolate family comes out and accusations are made, feelings hurt.
A very sweet story, but anyone reading it can see two trains heading towards each other. I enjoyed it and would be happy to recommend it for reading. I love all the books in this series.
Chantelle is in town for a book signing, and to do some research on Sage's chocolate shop for her uncle, a well-known chocolatier in France. York is in town to spend time with his sisters after leaving the Air Force and before starting his next career. They end up in close proximity due to York filling in at the chocolate shop for a vacationing employee, and then when Portia ends up in the hospital, Chantelle fills in as well.
I love all of the characters. Everyone was so likable. I really wish Marietta was a real town I could visit. I would be a regular at the chocolate shop for sure.
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