[PDF] ↠ The Chocolate Kiss (Amour et Chocolat, #2) Author Laura Florand – Soaringeaglecasino.us

The Chocolate Kiss (Amour et Chocolat, #2) The Heart Of ParisWelcome To La Maison Des Sorcieres Where The Window Display Is An Enchanted Forest Of Sweets, A Collection Of Conical Hats Delights The Eye And The Habitues Nibble Chocolate Witches From Fanciful Mismatched China While In Their Tiny Blue Kitchen, Magalie Chaudron And Her Two Aunts Stir Wishes Into Bubbling Pots Of Heavenly Chocolat Chaud.But No Amount Of Wishing Will Rid Them Of Interloper Philippe Lyonnais, Who Has The Gall To Open One Of His World Famous Pastry Shops Right Down The Street Philippe S Creations Seem To Hold A Magic Of Their Own, Drawing Crowds Of Beautiful Women To Their Little Isle Amidst The Seine, And Tempting Even Magalie To Venture Out Of Her Ivory Tower And Take A Chance, A Taste A Kiss.Parisian Princesses, Chocolate Witches, Patissier Princes And Sweet Wishes An Enchanting Tale Of Amour Et Chocolat.

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  • Paperback
  • 342 pages
  • The Chocolate Kiss (Amour et Chocolat, #2)
  • Laura Florand
  • English
  • 22 August 2018
  • 0758269412

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] ↠ The Chocolate Kiss (Amour et Chocolat, #2) Author Laura Florand – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    This book is basically a big macaron orgasm heart eyes


  2. says:

    Sometimes, lowering your expectations is a good thing You might end up gettingthan you thought you would He knew their bad start was getting even worse, and he loved it. A few people warned me that The Chocolate Kiss didn t have the same magic as its predecessor, The Chocolate Thief, and this is true.But that doesn t mean this book isn t magical in its own right It s just a different kind of magic Where book 1 was sparkles, rainbows, and unicorns, book 2 waslike a rabbit being Sometimes, lowering your expectations is a good thing You might end up gettingthan you thought you would He knew their bad start was getting even worse, and he loved it. A few people warned me that The Chocolate Kiss didn t have the same magic as its predecessor, The Chocolate Thief, and this is true.But that doesn t mean this book isn t magical in its own right It s just a different kind of magic...


  3. says:

    4.5 Stars It s no secret by now that I m in love with Laura Florand s Amour et Chocolat series The Chocolate Kiss was another lovely installment full delicious desserts, decadent chocolate, and a passionate romance Magalie Chaudron works at her aunt s magical tea and treats shop, La Maison des Sorcieres, conjuring up chocolat chaud or hot chocolate to die for Magalie loves her life, working for her aunts and living above the shop in her tiny but glorious Parisian apartment I want to live t 4.5 Stars It s no secret by now that I m in love with Laura Florand s Amour et Chocolat series The Chocolate Kiss was anoth...


  4. says:

    I sat up till 1 AM with The Chocolate Kiss, waiting for the moment when the magic of The Chocolate Thief would be re captured, but to no avail I fell asleep with my lights on, dreaming of witches and chocolates and pastries and Sylvain Marquisnot Philippe Lyonnais Needless to say, that would make him rather upset, I imagine, but he had tough competition As a companion novel to The Chocolate Thief, this installment of cute chick lit romance is adorable and charming, but it failed to make me I sat up till 1 AM with The Chocolate Kiss, waiting for the moment when the magic of The Chocolate Thief would be re captured, but to no avail I fell asleep with my lights on, dreaming of witches and chocolates and pastries and Sylvain Marquisnot Philippe Lyonnais Needless to say, that would make him rather upset, I imagine, but he had tough competition As a companion novel to The Chocolate Thief, this installment of cute chick lit romance is adorable and charming, but it failed to make me swoon and sigh the way its predecessor did And yet, these few hours spent delightfully in Paris, in the safe alcove of le Saint Louis is worth it The Chocolate Kiss reminds me a little bit ...


  5. says:

    Adorable, charming, whimsical These are the words that first came to mind when I finished this book I read it in one sitting and was completely immersed in the world I felt like I was in Paris, in a tiny chocolate shop That I could almost smell the hot chocolate and see the adorable chocolate window displays the author so meticulously and wonderfully details in this book And the let s not forget the sexy romance that develops between Philippe Lyonnais, world famous pastry chef and Magalie C Adorable, charming, whimsical These are the words that first came to mind when I finished this book I read it in one sitting and was com...


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    I was a little nervous starting this Florand had two five star books in a row, for me could she possibly pull off a hat trick Yes Yes she could.Magalie, the daughter of a trans continental marriage, spent her youth being shuttled between France and America As an adult, she made the most secure, permanent home possible for herself in the whimsical, witch themed chocolate shop of her aunts, cooking chocolat chaud that she infuses with appropriate wishes for its drinkers One of these fortu I was a little nervous starting this Florand had two five star books in a row, for me could she possibly pull off a hat trick Yes Yes she could.Magalie, the daughter of a trans continental marriage, spent her youth being shuttled between France and America As an adult, she made the most secure, permanent home possible for herself in the whimsical, witch themed chocolate shop of her aunts, cooking chocolat chaud that she infuses with appropriate wishes for its drinkers One of these fortunate drinkers was Cade Corey, heroine of The Chocolate Thief, and it worked out very well for her When world famous patissier Phillipe Lyonnais decides to open a new shop on her street, Magalie feels threatened enough to move out of her...


  7. says:

    3.5 Stars Have it ever happened to you guys, start reading a book, immediately having issues with it, consider DNF it and in the end finding yourself in love with it _ Well, that s what happened with me.I found the beginningthan awkward _being currently reading the following volume, I have to say that that seems to be the rule with this series _, for me it was borderline idiotic Magalie s reactions were a little over the top considering which century we are in and I wasn t crazy w 3.5 Stars Have it ever happened to you guys, start reading a book, immediately having issues with it, consider DNF it and in the end finding yourself in love with it _ Well, that s what happened with me.I found the beginningthan awkward _being currently reading the following volume, I have to say that that seems to be the rule with this series _, for me it was borderline idiotic Magalie s reactions were a little over the top considering which century we are in and I wasn t crazy with the instant attraction Not when you consider what happens when they first meetHowever, and this is were things started becoming hazy, Magalie actions end up having a reason to exist Who Knew Well, besides the author, that is o_OFor someone who just recently found a semblance of home, Magalie is determined to hold her own against Philipe Lyonnais, a world renowned chocolatier who decided that Magalie s street , was just the street for his store suffice to say that Magalie and her aunts are less than...


  8. says:

    July 2014 reread Amour et Florand made me want to reread The Chocolate Kiss recently reread The Chocolate Thief too and it s just as good as I remembered I love the seduction using desserts and hot chocolate.________________________April 2013 review Originally posted here.The Chocolate Kiss is the second book in Laura Florand s Amour Et Chocolat series Featuring top chocolatiers in Paris, these books focus on hot guys who make delectable desserts What s not to like I loved The Chocolate T July 2014 reread Amour et Florand made me want to reread The Chocolate Kiss recently reread The Chocolate Thief too and it s just as good as I remembered I love the seduction using desserts and hot chocolate.________________________April 2013 review Originally posted here.The Chocolate Kiss is the second book in Laura Florand s Amour Et Chocolat series Featuring top chocolatiers in Paris, these books focus on hot guys who make delectable desserts What s not to like I loved The Cho...


  9. says:

    This one was slightly better than Chocolate Thief, though frustration is, once again, the prevalent emotion throughout this novel.Slightly fantastical, The Chocolate Kiss tells the story of Magalie and Phillipe Lyonnaise Magalie finally found the stability her parents couldn t give her and in an island in the middle of Paris, her aunts and their seemingly enchanted tea shop is the place she can finally call home Everything is threatened when Phillipe Lyonnaise moves in the neighbourhood, howe This one was slightly better than Chocolate Thief, though frustration is, once again, the prevalent emotion throughout this novel.Slightly fantastical, The Chocolate Kiss tells the story of Magalie and Phillipe Lyonnaise Magalie finally found the stability her parents couldn t give her and in an island in the middle of Paris, her aunts and their seemingly enchanted tea shop is the place she can finally call home Everything is threatened when Phi...


  10. says:

    First read Sept 2015 What is it about Laura Florand s books that never fails to make me all warm and gushy gooey inside Reread July 2016Yep Still very much in love with Philippe the Lion Prince Lyonnais and goddamn all the h...

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