Review: The Chocolate Comeback 




Synopsis:

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. 

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

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. 

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Book Review: Beauty and the Rake by Erica Monroe

Beauty and the Rake by Erica Monroe is one romantic suspense novel that will lure readers deep into a riveting plot. Erica Monroe surely knows how to pull readers into her magnificent story of one girl’s misfortune leads her on a journey to help her father out and keep her sister taken care of. But then fate has a way of bringing Abigail Vautille back to her haunted past that had left her scarred and penniless. Little does she know that the one man whom she makes a deal with to pay off her father’s debt is the same man who paid for her hospital care. Inspector Michael Strickland of the Metropolitan Police is that man. He can’t help the sight of Abigail. She does something to him that he can’t explain. Her beauty takes away his breathe and wants nothing more than to bed her. But he won’t bed her if she’s not wanting to bed him. She may think he’s a monster, but he won’t force himself on a woman no matter if he paid off her father’s debt in exchange for her body. Abigail, is a virgin and isn’t ready to commit herself to the pain she heard about when doing such an act. She did make a deal with the man and sooner or later she will have to give herself to him. Soon, danger from the past arises once more. The man who hurt Abigail in the past is now loose and wants to take out revenge on her and the inspector. The inspector will stop at nothing to keep Abigail, the one woman he loves, safe. Can Abigail and the inspector find happiness within  each others arms? Or fate be cruel?

A highly intriguing and fantastic historical romance that will keep readers up all night long. Beauty and the Rake has similarities to Beauty and the Beast but in a much more realistic and engaging way that entices readers to the plot. A real page turner. Erica Monroe has beautifully woven a masterpiece that will never be forgotten. Readers will love this romance. Overall, I rate it a five out of five stars.