Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights by Carole Matthews

Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights by Carole Matthews

 

51dth1dom8l-_sx316_bo1204203200_Publisher: Sphere

Publishing Date: 4th October 2018

Source:  Received from the publisher, thank you!

Number of pages: 400

Genre: Women’s Fiction

 Buy the Book:  Kindle | Paperback

 

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Indulge in this wonderful, cake-filled novel of romance and friendship. Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights is Sunday Times bestselling Carole Matthews doing what she does best!

Fay and Danny are madly in love and it’s all Fay’s ever dreamed of. But she left everything – including the delightful cake shop she used to run – to be with Danny on his cosy canal boat The Dreamcatcher. And as she soon finds out, making delicious cakes on the water isn’t always smooth sailing!

Then Fay gets a call from her friends, a call that sends her back to her friends and the Cake Shop in the Garden. It will be hard being away from Danny but their relationship is strong enough to survive . . . isn’t it?

Fay soon falls happily back in love with her passion for baking – especially now she’s on dry land again! – and starts to wonder if she ever should have left. With Christmas around the corner, Fay is determined that her friends will have a very merry time, but does that mean even more time away from Danny? Can Fay really get everything she ever wanted in Christmas Cakes & Mistletoe Nights.

Rating: four-stars

 

Fay and Danny, deeply in love, are enjoying their nomadic life on the canal boat but when they get a call from Lija that Stan is not good, Fay rushes home to look after him, and also to help Lija, who’s now running the Cake Shop. Of course Fay’s sister Edie also makes an appearance – what is she planning this time? And there are, again, troubles coming The Cake Shop way and the characters are facing really difficult times.

when I’ve read the book for the first time I was surprised that it continues Fay and Danny’s adventures – it being a Carole Matthews’ book I didn’t take the trouble to read a synopsis, as with many other auto – buy authors, and already knowing it’s going to be a fabulous, festive read – but it was great to be back with Fay Merryweather and Danny Wilde and all their friends and relatives. I adored seeing them together, the sparkle was still there and you could see those two are made for each other, that they found each other. Fay, as before, puts everyone before herself but I noticed – with satisfaction – that she’s also grown a backbone, that she’s able to stand her ground and I felt like giving her a standing ovation and shouting you go, girl! There was also a new character Rainbow, helping in the cafe, and she was as colourful as her name. I think she added tons of humour and warmth to the story and while sometimes I couldn’t stand her blabbering, I appreciated the way she has lightened the atmosphere up. Lija and her foul mouth had made me smile more than once, I loved her directness! Altogether, the characters were – as usually – brilliantly and beautifully written, they had a great depth to themselves, they had personalities and the way they acted and reacted was realistic and so close to life. Their lives were not bed of roses and probably this is what makes them so close to your heart – that they struggle, that not everything is handed to them on a plate, just like in a normal life. Lija’s one – liners and sharp comments were an absolute highlights, and Rainbow, being Rainbow, so bubbly, bright and always happy just gave the book this little element of so much needed relax. Because the story touches upon so many heavy and difficult issues, guys – however, it’s not depressing or too overwhelming, or no, not to worry – and the author writes about them with so much intuition and understanding.

The title may be a little misleading, as the story only brushes a little on Christmas but the plot is so full of other things and happenings that I didn’t even feel disappointment – and so the book can be read with no regards to a season. As already mentioned, this newest release is a follow – up to “The Cake Shop in the Garden” and I think it could be read as a stand alone – just. I’d rather advise to read the books in the right order because even though “Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights” gives us a brief re – telling of what’s happened before, it’s really brief and to fully enjoy the book you should really start with the “Cake Shop”.

Altogether, it was a lovely, heart – warming story about friendship, friends pulling together, family bonds and love. Of course there wouldn’t be a Cake Shop without some great cakes, and the descriptions of Lija and Fay’s incredible creations were gorgeous and so vivid, and I can bet anything they’ll make your mouth water – they did it with me. The story was so comforting, just like your favourite reading place and a hot chocolate. It was warm and uplifting and so true to life and genuine. Highly recommended!

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Million Love Songs by Carole Matthews / #BlogTour

Hi guys, and Happy Easter! Hope you’re spending the day with people you love most.

Today I have another blog tour for you. You know I’m a huge fan of Carole Matthews, and her newest book “Million Love Songs” was published as paperback few days ago. For the purpose of the blog tour, the lovely Carole has created her own Spotify playlist with her favourite love songs that you can listen to by clicking here.

I’ve also created my own list with my favourite love songs and it’s as follows:

Richard Marx, Right Here Waiting For You – I still can remember me, barely a teenager, listening with my ear close to the radio and dreaming about… hmmm 🙂

No Doubt, Don’t Speak – I was almost 18 years old, just got to know this guy at the disco and he told he’s going to call. He didn’t. I was sitting in my best friend’s room and playing it over and over again. I don’t think they like this song as much as did. PS. He called. we were together for 7 years.

Toni Braxton, Un – Break My Heart – dancing to this song with the above mentioned guy who did call.

Whitney Houston, Your Love is My Love – all time favourite. Can listen to it all the time.

And now onto the book itself:

Million Love Songs by Carole Matthews

 

36677778Publisher: Sphere

Publishing Date: 22nd March 2018

Source:  Received from the publisher in return for an honest review, thank you!

Number of pages: 400

Genre: Literature/Fiction (Adult), Women’s Fiction

 Buy the Book: Kindle | Paperback

 

 

Synopsis:

After splitting up with her cheating ex-husband, Ruby Brown is ready for a change. She’s single again for the first time in years and she’s going to dive into this brave new world with a smile on her face and a spring in her step. The last thing she’s looking for is another serious relationship.

Mason Soames represents everything Ruby wants right now: he’s charming, handsome, and perfect for some no-strings-attached fun, and yet Ruby can’t help feel that something is missing. Joe Edwards, on the other hand, is also lovely and handsome but he comes with the sort of baggage Ruby wants to avoid: an annoyingly attractive ex-wife and two teenage children.

Ruby soon has some very tough decisions to make. Is she ready for a relationship of any kind, and what type of life does she really want? Because while Ruby may think she knows what she wants, is that what she needs to be truly happy?

Feel-good, wonderful and an absolute must-read from the queen of romance Carole Matthews, Ruby’s story will make you laugh, cry and leave you wanting more. It’s about to get emotional in Million Love Songs.

Rating: four-stars

Carole Matthews’s books are your guarantee of wit, humour, some drama and romance. I’ve been reading her books for many years already and I’ve always enjoyed them, as she creates likeable characters, the writing style is so light and easy to follow and the stories are never too heavy even though there is always some seriousness and heavier stuff in them. The characters are believable, as well as the situations they find themselves in, and it’s the same with “Million Love Songs”.

In this newest release we meet Ruby Brown, freshly divorced from Simon, and actually coming to terms with this fact. They were five long years together and it’s hard to settle in but Ruby is determined to start afresh and you know what they say – when life throws you lemons, just make a lemonade (I should probably try to adapt this motto by myself as March was officially the worst month ever. And April won’t be better). She quitted her old job, moved to a small granny – flat, got a new job at a pub and some new friends, so it really is everything new and fresh for her.

Ruby was a great character and I hoped everything is going to pan out for her. She wasn’t afraid of new things, she was open to anything, she was cheery and optimistic and I grinned at her many antics, and she for sure was a part of many, many memorable scenes. The one thing that bothered me a little was the fact that she seemed to be all the time bouncing back and forth between two men, desperate for a man in her life and it seemed somehow so desperate, while I really liked her on her own. Well, it was just after her divorce that she’s decided she wants to be a little more impulsive and try many new things, right? That she’s ready for fun and new? She was also strong by herself. There was too much of Ruby’s going back and forth and her indecisiveness. She’s been changing her mind too many times and it irritated me sometimes because when you once say yes then please, stick to your word, especially when others warn you as well. And she kept changing her mind countless times.
And Mason. I’m not sure why but Mason is for me a serial killer – there is something in the name (sorry. Pay no attention, really). So it’s not a wonder that I didn’t warm to him completely, no? He was also a well – known womanizer with tons of money and too much spare time. Yes, I liked Joe better, although there were moments that I wanted to yell at him to make a decision. He seemed to blow Ruby hot and cold and I think she didn’t deserve it. But altogether, both men had their pros and cons and sometimes I wasn’t sure who I wanted her to end up with. Maybe adding a third male character would be an idea.

I loved the music and songs references – no matter if you were Take That fan or not, you know their songs and I found myself humming. But – I am not so sure what to think about the whole Take That obsession. On one hand it is great to have a hobby, and oh well, yes, I also have a crush on a music star, even at my age, but this here is taking it to another level. I mean, I have a life. The following seemed more like stalking for me and really, to be totally honest, I thought that Ruby deserves much more from her life, no? But it’s just me, as Ruby’s friend Charlie seemed really happy with living with a life-sized cardboard figure of Gary Barlow and the huge amount of events she was going to and hoping for potential sightings. Whatever you like…

The chapters, as usually, were short and snappy, which I really like in books as it makes the whole book quicker to read and the storyline keeps moving fast. And of course in such cases it is always one chapter more and you find yourself reading and reading, totally engrossed in this lovely story.

“One Million Love Songs” was a warm, uplifting read written with so much heart and understanding. I love Carole Matthews’s writing style, it immediately takes you into the heart of the story and then on a journey full of twists and turns, a journey that’s rather bumpy than flat. It’s charming and full of humour and poignant moment, that are, as always, so very well balanced and intertwined together. Altogether, I can only – and I do it very happily – recommend this novel to both the old as well as new Ms Matthews’s fans.

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Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights by Carole Matthews

 

Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights by Carole Matthews

 

36510596Publisher: Sphere

Publishing Date: 19th October 2017

Series: The Cake Shop in the Garden #2

Source:  Received from the publisher in return for an honest review, thank you!

Number of pages: 400

Genre:  Women’s Fiction

 Buy the Book: Kindle | Hardcover

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Indulge in this wonderful, cake-filled novel of romance and friendship. Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights is Sunday Times bestselling Carole Matthews doing what she does best!

Fay and Danny are madly in love and it’s all Fay’s ever dreamed of. But she left everything – including the delightful cake shop she used to run – to be with Danny on his cosy canal boat The Dreamcatcher. And as she soon finds out, making delicious cakes on the water isn’t always smooth sailing!

Then Fay gets a call from her friends, a call that sends her back to her friends and the Cake Shop in the Garden. It will be hard being away from Danny but their relationship is strong enough to survive . . . isn’t it?

Fay soon falls happily back in love with her passion for baking – especially now she’s on dry land again! – and starts to wonder if she ever should have left. With Christmas around the corner, Fay is determined that her friends will have a very merry time, but does that mean even more time away from Danny? Can Fay really get everything she ever wanted in Christmas Cakes & Mistletoe Nights.

Rating: four-stars

Don’t shake your head at me but it was a real surprise for me to see that “Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights” is a continuation of Fay and Danny’s from “The Cake Shop in the Garden” adventures – it being a Carole Matthews’ book I didn’t take the trouble to read a synopsis, as with many other auto – buy authors, and already knowing it’s going to be a fabulous, festive read.

Fay and Danny, deeply in love, are enjoying their nomadic life on the canal boat but when they get a call from Lija that Stan is not good, Fay rushes home to look after him, and also to help Lija, who’s now running the Cake Shop. Of course Fay’s sister Edie also makes an appearance – what is she planning this time? And there are, again, troubles coming The Cake Shop way and the characters are facing really difficult times.

It was great to be back with Fay Merryweather and Danny Wilde and all their friends and relatives. I adored seeing them together, the sparkle was still there and you could see those two are made for each other, that they found each other. Fay, as before, puts everyone before herself but I noticed – with satisfaction – that she’s also grown a backbone, that she’s able to stay her ground and I felt like giving her a standing ovation and shouting you go, girl! There was also a new character Rainbow, helping in the cafe, and she was as colourful as her name. I think she added tons of humour and warmth to the story and while sometimes I couldn’t stand her blabbering, I appreciated the way she has lightened the atmosphere up. Lija and her foul mouth had made me smile more than once, I loved her directness! Altogether, the characters were – as usually – brilliantly and beautifully written, they had a great depth to themselves, they had personalities and the way they acted and reacted was realistic and so close to life. Their lives are not bed of roses and probably this is what makes them so close to your heart – that they struggle, that not everything is handed to them on a plate, just like in a normal life. Lija’s one – liners and sharp comments were an absolute highlights, and Rainbow, being Rainbow, so bubbly, bright and always happy just gave the book this little element of so much needed relax. Because the story touches upon so many heavy and difficult issues, guys – however, it’s not depressing or too overwhelming, or no, not to worry – and the author writes about them with so much intuition and understanding.

The title may be a little misleading, as the story only brushes a little on Christmas but the plot is so full of other things and happenings that I didn’t even feel disappointment – and so the book can be read with no regards to a season. As already mentioned, this newest release is a follow – up to “The Cake Shop in the Garden” and I think it could be read as a stand alone – just. I’d rather advise to read the books in the right order because even though “Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights” gives us a brief re – telling of what’s happened before, it’s really brief and to fully enjoy the book you should really start with the “Cake Shop”.

Altogether, it was a lovely, heart – warming story about friendship, friends pulling together, family bonds and love. Of course there wouldn’t be a Cake Shop without some great cakes, and the descriptions of Lija and Fay’s incredible creations were gorgeous and so vivid, and I can bet anything they’ll make your mouth water – they did it with me. The story was so comforting, just like your favourite reading place and a hot chocolate. It was warm and uplifting and so true to life and genuine. And it is Ms Matthews’s 30th book, so it’s for sure a reason to celebrate!

Paper Hearts & Summer Kisses by Carole Matthews / Blog Tour

Hi guys, how are you all doing on this cold and windy Thursday? To make you feel better I have a blog tour stop today for you, and one that I am so very excited about! Who of you hasn’t heard of Carole Matthews? I thought so, we all know and adore her, and this is why I am so thrilled to be a part of the blog tour for her newest release, “Paper Hearts & Summer Kisses”. It is a special book and special blog tour, as Carole Matthews wanted to use it as a paper chain of thanks – and this is why I decided to give my extra copy of the book to one of my best friends, Alex – I know she’s read the novel already and loved it as much as I did, and also she passed it to her sister, so our paper chain of thanks is growing stronger!

Paper Hearts & Summer Kisses by Carole Matthews

 

31417121Publisher: Sphere

Publishing Date: 6th April  2017

Source:  Received from the publisher in return for an honest review!

Number of pages: 432

Genre: Romance, Women’s Fiction

 Buy the Book: Kindle | Paperback | Hardcover

 

Synopsis:

A heart-warming and poignant novel of romance, family and second chances, Paper Hearts and Summer Kisses is Sunday Times bestselling Carole Matthews at her outstanding best. Perfect for fans of Jill Mansell and Milly Johnson.

Christie Chapman is a single working mother who spends her days commuting to her secretarial job in London and looking after her teenage son, Finn. It can be tough just getting through the day but Christie has always found comfort in her love of crafting and any spare time she has is spent in her parents’ summerhouse working on her beautiful creations. From intricately designed birthday cards to personalised gifts, Christie’s flair for the handmade knows no bounds and it’s not long before opportunity comes knocking. All of a sudden Christie sees a different future for her and Finn – one full of hope and possibility, and if the handsome Max Alexander is to be believed, one full of love too. It’s all there for the taking.

And then, all of sudden, Christie’s world is turned upside down.

Christie knows that something has to give, but what will she choose? Will she give up her dreams and the chance of real love? What price will she pay for doing the right thing? Can Christie find her happy ending in . . . Paper Hearts and Summer Kisses.

Rating: 5/5

Carole Matthews has been on my auto – buy list of authors for a few good years already. Sometimes her books are good, more than often they are better than good but there is one thing certain – she always delivers a beautiful story that tugs at your heart strings, that make you smile and cry, that make you start to believe that the world can be a better place.

I personally think that it is one of the best Carole Matthews’ books. It is full of her charming, warm writing, down – to – earth heroine wrestling with problems hitting her left and right, but a heroine that never gives up. It is full of this trademark Carole Matthews’ humour, poignant moments and situations that you can easily relate to. There were moments that I was thinking, oh my, how much Christie is going to hold on, how many awful news are going to strike her and I truly fell for her. I just wanted to keep reading this story, to see what’s going to happen and maybe it’s going to sound funny to you but I also wanted to give Christie and Finn standing ovation for being so strong.

A gorgeous, down to earth read where you immediately feel at home, you feel as if you knew the characters and you want to help them. Moreover, you may have a feeling that you know what’s going to happen, that you can predict the outcome but you are wrong – the author throws surprise after surprise and I more than often gasped in shock, more than often wanted to drop a tear or two, more than often wanted to pat the characters on their shoulders and tell them I am there for them – and it doesn’t happen often that I feel the need to talk to the characters! Because, as usually, the characters in Ms Matthews’ books are brilliantly drawn. I immediately fell for them all and kept everything crossed for them. Finn was great – suffering from really bad headaches, not being able to enjoy his life to the full and not finding doctor’s help almost till it was too late. I admired him how brave he is through this all, how calm and stoical, not making use of the situation only clenching his teeth and going on. Christie is a very ordinary woman and I think this is what makes her instantly so likeable. She has to commute to London to earn her money, she has a 15 – year old son that she has to support. One of the things that makes her happy is crafting and her evenings and any spare time is being spent on creating cards that she can then sell to improve her finances. Boring? No. Ordinary and normal – yes, and I couldn’t help but fell for her immediately. Seeing her struggle I just wanted to hug her and tell everything will be all right. But will it be? Also, Christie and Finn were incredibly close, also with Christie’s parents living around the corner and they made a really nice close knit group.

Yes, there were moments that the book was slow, that all that happened was Christie commuting and complaining about her job but you know what? It didn’t bother me at all. It was all told in such a human, realistic way that you could easily relate with her and her problems and it was all so genuine and honest and actually it could have been me, you or any other person. Yes, the end was a tad bit saccharine and I would love such chances in my own life but it just somehow sat with me and all those ups and downs in Christie’s life made me like her more.

I am not a crafter. I can do some arts and crafts with the children in kindergarten, I can glue something together but all the things that Carole Matthews writes about in her story are like a higher level of mathematics to me. However, I do admire people who can create such gorgeous things and I would give lots of my things to be able to create such beautiful cards and other wonders. I loved to see how creative Christie is and how she could trickle in ideas based on the few materials that she had at her disposal. Those ideas were described in a very detailed way but I couldn’t have enough of them, guys.
But this story is not only about crafting. There is of course a bit of sparkling romance as well and the issue about Finn’s health and this all created a lovely, compelling novel. It is full of emotions, ups and downs, a story about family relationships, friendship, new beginnings and second chances. Wonderful, warm, uplifting book – highly recommended.

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The Chocolate Lovers’ Wedding by Carole Matthews + Giveaway!

The Chocolate Lovers’ Wedding

by Carole Matthews

 

Publisher: Sphere

Publishing Date: 21st April 2016

Source:  Copy provided by the publisher, thank you!

Number of pages: 384

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Contemporary

 Buy the Book: Kindle | Paperback

 

Synopsis:

The ladies of The Chocolate Lovers’ Club should be gearing up for the wedding of the year but life keeps getting in the way . . .

Lucy is worried about her financial situation and it keeps distracting her. Should she accept an offer of help from an untrustworthy source?

Nadia may have a real chance at finding love but other areas of her life aren’t so rosy. Something needs to change – but what?

Autumn can’t wait to meet someone she hasn’t seen in a very long time. She’s full of hope for the future but then things don’t exactly go to plan . . .

Chantal has been through so much and she’s finally starting to feel settled. The last thing she needs is the kind of bad news that could change her life all over again.

And yet, despite all the ups and downs, the Chocolate Lovers’ ladies know they can get through it all as long as they have each other. They’re not going to let anything get in the way of their happy-ever-afters in . . . The Chocolate Lovers’ Wedding.

Rating: 5/5

 

Carole Matthews’ books never fail to entertain me. They are like a comfort blanket – you can be sure that when you reach for them you’ll feel warm, comfortable and understood. Ms Matthews is a great storyteller, she creates larger than life characters and brings all the places and settings to life. She has such a way of writing her characters that they feel realistic and often I found myself smiling with them or laughing with them, but first of all I was rooting for them, and this is why I was so impatiently waiting for „The Chocolate Lovers’ Wedding” to be published!

It was really lovely to see the girls from the Chocolate Lovers’ Club again, and I didn’t have any problems to get into the story immediately, to pick up where we left the friends off in the last book. Quickly, we learn there are some really big decisions to be made, and there are life – changing events to come. And this time Ms Matthews really added a lot of events to the story – there was all the time something happening and she effectively and successfully kept me on my toes. She also threw some surprises on our poor, not expecting it heads, and it was really great not to be able to see what’s coming next. One of the biggest surprises was the fact that Lucy was not longer working in Chocolate Heaven because I thought no matter what (ie.: Marcus) she’s going to stay there, and now she’s so miserable and she misses her shop that’s going belly up with the new French manager. Lucy, as usually, was the cause of many, many embarrassing situations, of many, many unsuitable plans, but also Lucy rose to the challenge more than once in this story. Sure, you can never be sure with Lucy – is Marcus going to persuade her to come back to Chocolate Heaven? What would Crush say? Will Crush and Lucy get married or are there some unexpected things going to happen?
The we have Nadia, the lovely Nadia whose life isn’t bed of roses and who is going to be forced to make some very life – changing decisions after she’s been mugged on the street. But after years of living alone, after her past, she still can’t open herself totally to new chances, to find out that there might be a man who truly loves her – on the other hand, is Nadia ready to live her old life behind, to leave her friends and sister and move far away? There is so much warmth in Nadia, just like in all the girls, but I don’t know, there is something so very special in this woman that made me root for her.
There are also changes in Autumn’s life. She is in a happy relationship but there are two great burdens that overweigh her – the situation with her parents and the daughter that she was forced to give up for adoption years ago. She’s living in hope that they’ll meet one day – will they? And what happens when they meet? Autumn is a person with a heart made of gold and she wants only good things to happen to their friends and beloved, but she’s not boring in all this, no way! What I so adored in her was the fact that she eventually came out of her comfort zones and wasn’t afraid of confrontations, she just seemed a little more brave and determined and it suited her very much.
This time life is also testing our Chantal. She eventually came to terms with the fact that she’s now a single mum, especially as there is Jacob and their relationship is going from strength to strength and well, yes, it seems that finally peace set in. That is, until she gets a health scare… a very serious health scare. What now? What with Lana, her new life, Jacob…? Will she find her happily ever after at last?

I don’t know why but I had a feeling that this book is so very genuine and honest, so much more true and serious about feelings and life experience, but of course written with a lot of humour. The author has brilliantly mixed the very important, serious issues with lightness and fun and it worked out really great. This story just felt so touching and believable, as really all the things could happen to any of us, and it was written in a way that pulled at all the right heartstrings. Moreover, the author has done a brilliant job with dealing with such things as cancer or adoption and was able to put into words the most hidden feelings that people feel when they have to deal with these issues, and she did it with a lot of understanding and gentleness.

Life changes but the only constant thing in the girls’ lives is there: chocolate :) But also, and I personally find it one of the loveliest things in the book, the overwhelming feeling of friendship and acceptance is always there. The girls can count on each other, they support each other in all situations and there were really very touching moments in this story – and they are there to support the others even if life is not only laughs and fun but also health and money troubles and when some serious decisions have to be made.

There is still so much potential in the girls, there can still happen so much and I really hope that Carole Matthews won’t stop writing about the Chocolate Lovers’ Club, and I’m saying it not only because I LOVE chocolate! Yes, the author has answered a lot of questions and nicely wrapped up some of the open ends but nevertheless, I still feel there is a space for more!!!

What I so liked in this book is that it’s so realistic. It is not always a bed of roses for our girls, they have problems and sometimes these are really big problems, and even though it is supposed to be a rom com, the author isn’t afraid to throw a curveball for our heroines, to put them at crossroads, to make their lives complicated and not so easy and straightforward. I don’t want the characters that I like to suffer but in my eyes these things make them feel more realistic and bring them even more to life. „The Chocolate Lovers’ Wedding” is truly a great story with a heart and I can’t recommend it enough!

 

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As a part of the Blog Tour I had a pleasure of not only reviewing this brilliant novel but I also have a very special treat for you – namely, you can win the whole CHOCOLATE LOVERS’ series and that includes: The Chocolate Lovers’ Club, The Chocolate Lovers’ Diet, The Chocolate Lovers’ Christmas and of course The Chocolate Lovers’ Wedding. To be in with a chance to win this fantastic prize, simply enter the Rafflecopter. You can also RT the pinned tweet on Twitter (@Agi_mybookshelf). The competition is open for UK and Ireland only, I’m afraid.

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