By Laura Florand
We love this book. It's practically perfect in every way. We gave it an A. We wrote:
What captured me was partially the quirky characterizations, partially the vulnerability of the hero, partially the evocative writing. Sure, writing sensually about love, sex, and chocolate would seem like shooting fish in a barrel, but Florand's take makes every other food romance seem like… a supermarket chocolate bar. A set-up I initially thought ridiculous - chocolate executive Cade Hershey Corey tries with increasing desperation to persuade Parisian chocolatier Sylvain Marquis to let her use his name on mass-produced upscale chocolates, eventually going so far as to break into his laboratoire - is molded into the stuff of unexpected, delicious romance.

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