The Chocolate Thief

I completely enjoyed reading this book. It makes me want to go to Paris and visit the entire place that were mentioned in the book. I love the way the author brought everything into the book. You actually felt that you were there experiencing the city along with the characters. I fell in love with how the author put actual French words into her book. It made the whole experience of reading the book more enjoyable. I just had to look up a few words that I did not know. But I even enjoyed doing that as well

Paris is known as the City of Love.is is also a place where chocolate is made and loved by many. Sylvain Marquis is one of those people. He lives for making chocolate from scratch. He is also the type of man that gives his heart away too easily and always ends up broken. He just never thought that he was going to fall in love and be loved in return.

Cade Corey is the heir to a multi-billion dollar American chocolate company. She has gone to Paris for a business proposition. She would do anything she can to get what she wants, even breaking and entering. She never thought that she would end up giving up all she knew for something she desperately wanted. She wanted to be loved.

I recommend this book to those out there who are open to find love when it is least expected. When it is least expected, that is when it matters the most.


Book Blurb for The Chocolate Thief

Paris

Breathtakingly beautiful, the City of Light seduces the senses, its cobbled streets thrumming with possibility. For American Cade Corey, it's a dream come true, if only she can get one infuriating French chocolatier to sign on the dotted line. . .

Chocolate

Melting, yielding yet firm, exotic, its secrets are intimately known to Sylvain Marquis. But turn them over to a brash American waving a fistful of dollars? Jamais. Not unless there's something much more delectable on the table. . .

Stolen Pleasure

Whether confections taken from a locked shop or kisses in the dark, is there anything sweeter?


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2012 3.50