Charmed by Chocolate (Love at the Chocolate Shop #6)
When Leah ran off to Southern California, she hoped to leave freezing cold winters and unrequited love behind. She was never meant for a small town life and the timing with her longtime best friend–and secret soul mate–was always hopelessly off.
But after a mishap on the hit reality show Charming, Leah declares her love for Wade nationwide and is publicly dubbed “Lonely Leah.” She returns to Marietta to hide at her family’s home–from the media who wants to turn her into a human interest story, from the townspeople upset with her blunder, and most of all, from Wade, who wants to talk.
It took Leah leaving town to wake Wade Burns up to the reality that he’s head over heels in love with his best friend. But now that she’s back home, she’s giving him the cold shoulder. With chocolate and a grand gesture, can Wade charm his way back into Leah’s heart?
I have to say I honestly liked the story, it was a quick, fun to read book.
Leah left Marietta to work in California for a company, she was able to speak to many teens and events about drinking and driving. Leah is against drinking and driving and her passion was to get the message out. One day her friend Betsey was in a Jam.She was the producer of a reality show called Charmed and one of the contestants backed out. Betsey pleaded and made promises that she would only have to be on the show 1 day. Well that didn’t work out and Leah made a fool of herself on national TV. So, Leah decided to head back to Marietta to her brother’s home to hide out. Well her grandmother was not going to let that happen.
The pace of the story was perfect. The characters were developed enough for this story. I enjoyed this story. This was a nice clean romantic story.
I always want chocolate after reading any of the books that mentions Sage’s chocolate.
Thanks to Netgalley and Tule Publishing for giving me an ARC.
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