The Chocolate Cure
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 kn ...more
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Why is it whenever you decide to cut something out or vow not to give in to temptation... That is the only thing that lands right in front of you...We have all had it happen... Swearing to give up shopping and then the one item you have been wanting LIKE FOREVER goes on a ridiculous, practically giving it away sale...Or you finally have decided no more cheesecake... and you are then invited to a tasting of...wait for it...Cheesecake ...more
After the humiliating night Maddie decides she needs to do some growing up and get her life in order. Maddie finds herself volunteering at the hospital when Mick Meyer is brought in with some i ...more
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THE CHOCOLATES CURE is the fourth book in the Love At The Chocolate Shop series. This is an awesome series, by various authors, which can be read as standalones but if you are like me, you always have to read the series in order! I am really enjoying this series, giggling out loud as I go, and recommend it to everyone who loves fun, romantic stories that are hard to put down.
Realtor, Maddie Cash is having a crazy New Years Eve at ...more
These resolutions are made whilst she is very drunk in the pub on New Years Eve.
Maddie quickly regrets her resolutions as living in a small town means everyone knows everyone which means they are just watching and waiting to see if she fails.
She meets Mick a Pilot.
Unfortunately things take a bad turn when he crashes he's plane and ends up in hospital.
Maddie soon nurses Mick back to health and the two ...more
I have really enjoyed to read this story.
Roxanne Snopek writing has a nice flow,the characters are well developped and the storyline is sweet,funny and emotional.
I hate New Year's resolutions and I think Maddie,is to harsh with herself...no one could/should swear off men and chocolate at the same time but our heroine is so stubborn she tries to resist even when the fate puts a beautiful man on her path.
I liked to see how Maddie and Mick's relationship grew stronger page after page,how they help
It's a short novel, and the focus is on them; the other characters are peripheral, but interesting enough- and with enough hints about their stories- that I am intrigued to read more in the series (this is book #4). ...more
Madeleine Cash has a New Year's Resolution. Or three. No chocolate, no meddling, and absolutely, positively no men. So naturally she falls in love with a cute pilot, Mick Meyer, who has no idea who she is beyond the angel who nurses his wounds while he is in the hosp ...more
Once again Marietta, Montana h ...more
Mick had a plane accident and is in the hospital with a concussion. His first night is kind of a blur, he remembers an angelic woman, but that’s about all he can reca ...more
Chad is marrying her sister, at his stag party his best friend Mick "crashes" his plane. Maddie decides to try to change her ways and volunteers at the hospital. She sits with him and helps hi ...more
And this one was no exception to that.
Its all very fluffy and overly cutes-y but at the same time there is more going on then just the romance. We have an actual plot, we have actual character development and nice writing.
I love the setting of the small town and that in each book we get more introduced to one of the characters that were already mentioned in a previous book.
If you are in search of a nicely done romanc ...more
This is a wonderfully fun read and one I would highly recommend. ...more
I thoroughly enjoyed Maddie and Mick’s story! Their romance was a fun romance to read. I loved the humor, emotional aspects, and the sweet romance.
A great read that left me still thinking about their story. Loved it! I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. ...more
Maddie is a struggling realtor who has a reputation as a "Love him and Leave him" kind of girl. On New Year's Eve she finds herself basically alone in a bar full of people. She makes three resolutions, a ...more
I think that this is the cleanest book that i have read in a long time. The most this pair will do is kiss, however the story does not need anything further to happen.
This is a story of a woman who makes some new years resolutions that she cannot remember at first, and all of them will be hard for her to keep. Especially when she volunteers at the hospital and meets bush pilot Mick who is deliri ...more
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First of all I enjoyed The Chocolate Cure. My problem was more with me than the book itself. Maddie Cash was a secondary character in Cinderella's Cowboy and I spent a lot of time trying to remember her. All I could remember was that I wasn't a fan of hers. But The Chocolate Cure finds her attempting to be more mature and less selfish.
In the past, Maddie was more of the party girl/arm candy type but now she wants to change her ways ...more
I love the water-color marker effect of this series' covers. Looks to be a Yorkie in a travel bag between the feet of a couple standing face-to-face inside the chocolate shop. Cute sounding synopsis.
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Bush pilot, flew in for Chad's stag weekend and used his newly-inherited fishing cabin as party base only to become injured while trying to secure his Cessna before a storm. No real roots, prefers to travel and ke ...more
USA TODAY bestselling author Roxanne Snopek writes contemporary romance both sexy and sweet, in small towns, big cities, on secluded islands and sun-drenched beaches, with families and communities that will warm your heart. Her fictional heroes (like her own real-life hero) are swoon-worthy, uber-responsible, secretly vulnerable and occasionally dough-headed, but animals ...more