A Taste of Chocolate by Vonnie Davis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
"A Taste of Chocolate" is a short but absorbing read and offers a pleasurable way to spend an hour. Heroine Hope Morningstar, having experienced two unpleasant breakups, has been unlucky in love. She is a sweet person but has a tendency to choose the wrong sort of man to trust with her heart. I actually found myself identifying more strongly with Hope's sister, Gracie, who was stronger and sassier.
When Hope gets lost on a drive, she winds up at Freya's Cafe, a mystical coffeehouse owned by a charming Irish lady who acts as a matchmaker, helping the deserving find their soul mate. I have a special fondness for the Norse goddess, Freya, and so I very much enjoyed the description of the cafe.
With a bit of help, Hope meets our hero, Declan, a military vet who has loved and been betrayed. Vonnie Davis handles the introduction of the romantic couple with a deft hand. Their interaction is engaging and enjoyable. "A Taste of Chocolate" is definitely a five-star read.
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