Chocolate Wishes - Trisha Ashley Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561144 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Trisha Ashley / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2010-03-04 by AVON, a division of ... more
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by - written on 10/02/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
As part of my Christmas box from my sister I had a box full of themed goodies, with the theme being vampires and chocolate, a strange combination you might think, but to me these two things I absolutely love! One of those things was the book I will now review for you, and when you see the title you will understand the connection! The book in question is - "Chocolate wishes by Trisha Ashley". The story starts with quite a strange set up! Chloe lives with her rather eccentric family, having years before being abandoned by her wayward mother (who was once a member of a well known dance troop, and who has never really grown up!), ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I ordered this book from Amazon after reading another one of the authors books, A Winters Tale, I loved this book (see review!) so thought I would give another one of her books a go. *Plot* Chloe lives with her younger brother, Jake, her Grandfather and another family member, Zillah. She has been Jakes primary carer since he was a baby as their mother just upped and left. Therefore, Jake sees her more as a mother figure. Chloe hasn't had much luck with men, and much as she doesn't like to admit it, her two primary break ups have been because of Jakes presence and importance in her life. When she went off to uni, she met a boy named Raffy but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
This is a review of the 2010 novel 'Chocolate Wishes' by Trisha Ashley. I was bought the book as a gift for my birthday otherwise I don't think it is generally the sort of book I'd be bothered about. But a book's a book and I will read anything given half a chance so read it I did. The book is set in the village of Sticklepond - for some reason I want to pronounce it in my head stick-le-pond but that's just me being odd! The lead character Chloe Lyon is a 30-something college drop out who has set up a chocolate making business that's doing really well. Her mother has been doing a runner most of her life and she is unsure of who her father is so she looks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Chocolate Wishes is a book by British author Trisha Ashley. The book was released in the United Kingdom in March 2010 and so is quite recent. You can buy this book from Amazon for a price of £3.64 which I think is great value for money! In this book : Chloe makes chocolate! In her chocolates, she has 'predictions' for her customers. She just wishes that her own life could be as straightforward. After, being 'dumped at the alter', Chloe isn't sure what to do anymore. That is until a new vicar arrives in the village? What secrets will he have ? Read Chocolate Wishes to find out! After reading 'Twelve Days Of Christmas', I fell in love with this ... Read the complete review
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