Better Than Chocolate

Author:  Sheila Roberts
Publisher:  Harlequin MIRA
Pages:  400
Genre:  Women’s Fiction
Source:  BEA  

Goodreads:   Sweet Dreams Chocolate Company has been in the Sterling family for generations, ever since Great-Grandma Rose literally dreamed up her first fabulous recipe. But now it looks as if they’re about to lose Sweet Dreams to the bank—and that would be a disaster, not only for the family but for the town of Icicle Falls, Washington. Can Samantha, the oldest daughter and new head of the company, come up with a way to save it?After Samantha does some brainstorming with her mother and sisters, inspiration strikes. They’ll have a chocolate festival! Time’s running out, but the Sterling women are determined and the town’s behind them, so everything’s bound to go smoothly….

Or not. Events seem to be conspiring against Samantha, and her mother’s attempts to help aren’t helping. To make matters worse, the fate of her company is in the hands of her archenemy, Blake Preston, the bank manager with the football-hero good looks. It’s enough to drive her to chocolate. But Blake’s also enough to convince her that (believe it or not) there’s something even better than chocolate.

Ope’s Opinion:  This book was so cute!  I just enjoyed reading it.  It was relaxing and an easy read.  I would like a sequel to this book.  I want to know how Samantha’s sisters lives grow and change. I also want to hear about her mother making it on her own.
                             At the beginning of each chapter the mother had some wise words.  It added a nice touch to the book.
                             If you are looking for something quick, easy and light – this is a great book for you.
                           

Rating:  Four Chairs – I like this book so much I know several friends to share it with.

                                               

                       FTC – Disclosure of Material Connection: 

                                                 I received one copy of this book free of charge from BEA. 
                                       I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the
                                              book; rather the opinions expressed in this review are my own.
                                                         

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