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For the Love of Chocolate
by Margaret Brownley, Raine Cantrell, Nadine Crenshaw, and Sandra Kitt



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    List Price: $5.99 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Mass Market Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 384
    ISBN13: 9780312957919
    Imprint: St. Martin’s Paperbacks
    Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
    Parent Company: Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck

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    Delicious bonbons for the romantic chocoholic. Stories so luscious, they’ll melt in your mouth, and melt your heart.

    If you crave romance and can’t resist chocolate, you’ll adore this rich, tantalizing assortment of unexpected encounters, witty flirtation, forbidden love, and tender rediscovered passion…

    MARGARET BROWNLEY’s straight-laced gray-suited insurance detective is a bull in a whimsical Los Angeles chocolate shop and its beautiful, nutty owner, wants him out— until she discovers his surprisingly soft center.

    RAINE CANTRELL carries you back to the Old West, where men were men and candy was scarce…and a cowboy with the devil’s own good looks succumbs to a sassy and sensual lady’s special confectionary.

    In NADINE CRENSHAW’s London of 1660, a reckless Puritan maid’s life is changed forever by a decadent brew of frothy hot chocolate and the dashing owner of a sweetshop.

    SANDRA KITT follows a Chicago child’s search for a box of Sweet Dreams that brings together a tall, handsome engineer and a tough single mother with eyes like chocolate drops.

    Sit back with your favorite chocolate treat and devour these scrumptious love stories!

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