Fame, fortune and fashion: that’s aspiring model Deirdre Cash’s ideal life. But when her splashy New York career dries up, she swallows her pride and returns to Marietta, Montana, desperate for any work she can find.
Isaac Litton doesn’t want the intrusion of a home care aide for his brother, Mark. But when the young man takes a shine to DeeDee, Isaac decides to give her a chance. He can’t help but be impressed when DeeDee changes his brother’s life around, by rewarding his healthy habits and exercising with treats from the Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop. Gorgeous and opinionated, DeeDee stirs everything up in the Litton household, including an attraction that Isaac can’t deny.
As DeeDee and Isaac start to fall for each other, an unexpected opportunity arises that could launch DeeDee back into the modeling scene. It’s her chance to achieve everything she’s ever wanted. But taking it would mean letting down her friends at the chocolate shop, her family who believes in her, a boy who adores her, and a man who thinks she’s already perfect, just the way she is.
The Chocolate Comeback by Roxanne Snopek is another brilliant masterpiece by this talented writer. I highly recommend this to all. There’s humor, romance, and and chocolate. I loved this deadly combo. I was enchanted throughout the book. The main character, DeeDee, is fascinating. She doubts herself when a new challenge arises yetshe goes about doing it anyway. I really liked that about DeeDee. It made her real. Plus, her personality is a bubbly one. It would be hard not to smile when DeeDee is around…
Roxanne Snopek created a beautiful enriching story. Here, inside her seventh novel, we meet Issac who has a brother, Mark. Mark has a learning disability. This part of the novel caught my attention and snagged me further into the fictional tale. I loved how the main charcater interacted with Issac’s brother, Mark. She ends up helping Mark improve himself and his life. A positive and heart felt journey. The Chocolate Comeback is exciting, entertaining, and well-written. Overall, I highly recommend it.
No more chocolate! No more meddling! No more men!
New Year’s resolutions are great. Announcing them in a crowded bar, with a chocolate martini in her hand? Not Maddie Cash’s finest moment. It’s time this new realtor got serious about her life and this time, she means it.
But when hospital volunteering lands her at the bedside of bruised and battered Mick Meyer, who has no knowledge of Maddie’s reputation – and no memory of the kiss he begged from her during that long, pain-filled night, her best-laid plans are put in jeopardy. It’s not just his sweet tooth that’s tempting her.
The hunky bush pilot with the concussion has an old family property to unload. Making this sale could be Maddie’s professional salvation. But when Mick turns on the charm, she’s in danger of forgetting all her best intentions… on chocolate… on meddling… and especially on men.
If I could rate this novel six-stars, I would. The Chocolate Cure is exactly that. I am a huge lover of chocolate and found this romance super addictive. Roxanne Snopek writes a hilarious, sweet, yet beautifully realistic story. A story that’s bound to lure readers straight into its plot. Fast-paced, exciting, and hot. The main character, Maddie, has recently given up chocolate, men, and meddling. Boy, does she regret it. Her New Years resolution is hard to stick by…yet somehow she manages to pull it off…well, the avoiding chocolate. Men…and meddling not so. Maddie soon finds her way into hospital victim, Mick Meyer’s life. Including his heart. But neither know it. Mick crashed his plane. He has dizziness and doesn’t want to sit. However, his condition leaves him weaker than his cares to admit. But Maddie his volunteer helper has a way with her calling hands, perfect figure, and love of chocolate that makes Mick want her more than anything…sexy, fun, and absolutely one adventure readers do not want to miss! Overall, I highly recommend it to readers everywhere. The Chocolate Cure was a romance I couldn’t stop reading…
Melinda Sweet loved her husband before she learned of his wealth and she loves him still, despite the fact that it’s gone. Unfortunately, while she knows the collapse of his Chicago financial services business had nothing to do with him, he believes otherwise. His upbeat adjustment to their new – and temporary – life on his grandfather’s rundown honey farm is a foil to cover the burden of failure. She wasn’t expecting to throw – in five weeks – the traditional Sweet Christmas Open House, but it’s a good earning opportunity and how hard could it be?
Austin Sweet is determined to make his wife proud of him again. But he also wants to erase the sting of shame he feels from his parents, to whom he owes a debt of gratitude for arranging for this caretaking job. Getting paid to fix up this disaster is better than living in their basement, sure. But what does he know about bees? Or fixing broken plumbing? Or cleaning a chimney?
But when Austin’s grandfather gives him the farm as a Christmas gift, there’s only one response. Accepting the gift will secure a future that will make his wife even more unhappy than she already is. Refusing the gift will finalize the rift between him and his family, but he’d rather lose them than Melinda. Then he discovers she’s spared him the choice. Austin’s not-so-Sweet side rears up as he determines that he’s done trying to make everyone happy. He’ll get his wife back, no matter what. And they’ll decide their future together.
My Rating: 5 stars
A Sweet Montana Christmas, is one inspirational romance. Roxanne Snopek has done it again with her new novel. I love how realistic the characters and story are. The way this well-written plot unfolds, readers will feel like they are experiencing the ups and downs of one couple’s journey. A love for better of worse. Decisions are super hard to make especially, when one’s family pressures their child into the life they want. Roxanne Snopek has stunningly woven together a tale of a man, who finds what he really wants and goes after it.
Deep inside, A Sweet Montana Christmas, readers will recieve a first hand glimspe into a real romance. One that will allow readers to easily connect with both of the characters. The emotional struggles feel so believable that readers will end up feeling like there are the characters. Roxanne Snopek’s novel, shows readers that romance ins’t easy and not always charming. That it can be a struggle and has it’s own rollercoaster ride like us in reality experience as well. Husband and wife are deeply in love with each other and now experiencing a bit of life’s harsh cruelities. Money is not like it was yet, the wife still loves her husband. However, he feels like a disappointment to his wife and wants only the best for her. He struggles with his family pressuring him and leaving him with two choices. Will he do what it takes to make his family happy or go after what he loves and cherishes? Readers will indeed want to read this enchanting title. I felt my heart go out to both Austin and Melinda. Overall, I highly recommend this novel to readers everywhere.
Finding Home by Roxanne Snopek is the perfect romance novel to read. I highly enjoyed reading this novel. The head female character heads back to a place where she broke a man’s heart. She was the wrong kind of girl for him but he still loved her. Now that she is back and with a daughter of her own she doesn’t need to worry about having a man in her life. But soon her daughter finds her way into the very man who her mother once was in love with. This man finds deep within himself that he is still in love with this woman and especially her daughter who has wrapped her way around the man’s heart. But will the woman let this man back in her life when all she is trying to do is give her daughter the best life possible? Will this couple’s love reignite? Or will the man’s heart be broken once more? I would definitely recommend reading this incredible novel and find out what happens. Roxanne Snopek’s well written plot and strong characters will lure you deep right into her novel! I rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars!
This week’s book reviews will be the following:
– The Nightmare Dance
– Mirror Images by Laurie Norlander
– Dang Near Dead by Nancy G. West
– The Duality Principle by Rebecca Grace Allen
– Finding Home by Roxanne Snopek
Future Book Reviews
– To Have and To Hold by Trae Sutton
A New Adult/ Family saga.
– The Love List by Eve Devon
A Harper Impulse novel.
– Trading Secrets by Melody Carlson
A Romance novel.
– Normal by Danielle Pearl
A New Adult Contemporary Romance novel.