[Epub] ➟ Chocolate Wishes By Trisha Ashley – Pccare247.us

Chocolate WishesNa Perfeita Aldeia De Sticklepond, Lancashire, Chloe Faz E Vende Chocolates Deliciosos E Inspiradores, Que Cont M Uma Previs O Ou Uma Frase Encorajadora Para Cada Cliente Se A Sua Vida Fosse T O F Cil De Prever, Talvez Chloe Pudesse Ter Visto Que Iria Ser Abandonada Junto Ao Altar Mas Quando Um Novo Vig Rio Chega Aldeia, Os Rus Aumentam De Intensidade Para Al M De Ser O Carism Tico Ex L Der Da Banda Rock Mortal Ruin, Raffy Sinclair Tamb M O Primeiro Amor De Chloe E O Homem Que Lhe Destro Ou O Cora O Por Mais Que Tente, Chloe N O Consegue Ignorar Aquela Apari O Do Seu Passado Poder Ter Chegado Agora O Momento De Pedir Um Desejo E Atrever Se A Acreditar Que Este Se Pode Transformar Em Realidade Uma Hero Na Simp Tica Que Faz Chocolates, Um Irm O Adolescente E G Tico , Um Av Escritor Que Tamb M Feiticeiro, Uma Tia Cigana Que L Cartas De Tar E Folhas De Ch , Um Her I Invulgar E Lindo E Uma Aldeia Cheia De Personagens Exc Ntricas E Ador Veis S O Os Ingredientes Deste Encantador Romance De Trisha Ashley, Autora Publicada Pela Primeira Vez Em Portugal Pela Quinta Ess Ncia.

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  1. says:

    This was a fun character story without a lot of surprises, but with enough charm to make it very enjoyable Ashley does a good job with small town British life, bringing both the central family and surrounding neighbors to life in a way that s organic and yet still serves the story.This is only my second of her books, and already I sense a pattern Witches and vicars and good friends and goofy families and solidly middle aged women who think they re past their romance years So far, those are merely common elements, though, and not really anything so rigid as a formula And so far, I m still eager for I think the key draw, for me, is that her heroines are so charming in their brave, yet understated way They have gumption, even if they re used to burying it much of the time And I like her way with past loves come calling in the most interesting ways.Still, to be honest, there s not a lot that s ground breaking, here There s ...


  2. says:

    I really wasn t impressed by this book With the main subjects being love, magic and chocolate, I thought that this would be a nice, easy chick lit book that I d be able to get through easily However, I found the writing pretty annoying with complete overuse of the exclamation mark it REALLY stared to annoy me It didn t really interest me at any point and for the most part of the book not...


  3. says:

    Fofinho


  4. says:

    I like Trisha Ashley.I like her capable, tireless, domestic heroines I like her detailed descriptions of their cleaning cooking gardening chocolate making skills delete as appropriate for book under discussion I love her cosy rural settings with just the right amount of weirdness going on in the background I even like her brooding yet loveable heroes although I m not entirely sure I read these books for the romance.I am aware that by concentrating so firmly on the domestic side of life, Ms Ashley may come under fire for a certain lack of progressive feminism But when so much chick lit involves ditzy, stupid girls doing ditzy stupid things, it makes a nice change to read about capable, grown up women.It also no doubt is a reflection on the way that my life has changed as I ve progressed through to my late thirties Ten years ago when I was living a generally glamorous life, reading about cocktails, parties and shoes wasn t quite so annoying Two kids later and my life is a constant round of cleaning, cooking and caring, with a job somewhere in the middle to keep me on my toes It does at times feel less than fufilling, especiall...


  5. says:

    Overall this was just an okay read for me, very predictable I usually really love sweet light romances, however I found this story to be lacking a bit of personality Don t get me wrong, this is a cute book, but it was just okay.


  6. says:

    3.75 stars A very charming story Very English and a bit eccentric It had a tendency to run on a bit be slow but that was also part of its charm Liked the main character of Chloe along with her friends Felix Poppy Filled with eccentric cha...


  7. says:

    3.5 stars This was a predictable semi romance with chocolate making overtones while most of the plot twists were rather telegraphed and obvious, it was still enjoyable, but there was never a sense of drama, or a story ...


  8. says:

    Chocolate maker Chloe Lyon has recently moved to Sticklepond along with her grandfather Grumps, brother Jake and Zillah, her Grandmother s cousin Her business Chocolate Wishes is going from strength to strength and the only part of Chloe s life that isn t perfect is her love life Her heart was broken as a teenager by Raffy Sinclair, who went on to become a huge rock star, and then years later, Chloe found herself being jilted practically at the altar However, when a new vicar arrives in town, it seems as if Chloe s life is about to get a little bit difficult because the vicar is none other than Raffy Sinclair Is Raffy still the same Raffy who broke Chloe s heart, or is it possible that he s changed Better yet, is Chloe even over Raffy s betrayal Until last year I d never actually heard of Trisha Ashley until I was offered the chance to read her last book Wedding Tiers I found myself thoroughly enjoying the book and when I heard the synosis for her 2010 release, Chocolate Wishes, I became even excited a book about chocolate is always going to win me over, I m afraid I eagerly awaited it s release and was pleased to receive a copy a few weeks ago in my mailbox I was reading something at the time but knew I was going to start it as soon as I had finished with the book I was reading.As well as telling the tale of a chocolate maker the plot also has lots of other strands Namel...


  9. says:

    Love this book.The writing is amazing, the plot is great and the characters are awesome The writing was very flowing so it was a quick read and it s mistly light hearted and I found myself laughing aloud at most of it.Was really drawn in by this story, although it has alot of things going on in it, it really ties in nice and snugly and flows well.A great book to read at any tim...


  10. says:

    opini o brevemente no blogue

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