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Reviewed by Jean Brickell for Readers' Favorite
Cade Corey is on a quest to find the best chocolate maker in Paris and persuade him to let Corey Chocolate company in the United States market his product. When Sylvian Marquis turns her down, she comes up with a plan to sneak into his chocolate store and find out what makes Sylvian's chocolate so much better than other chocolates. When she is caught by Sylvian, this does not lead to a call to the police but the start of a love affair. "The Chocolate Thief" written by Laura Florand is set in Paris and the description of the city is fascinating. The description of the fine chocolate is mouth watering. The love affair between Cade and Sylvian is on again, off again as they cannot seem to compromise their separate goals as to the making of chocolate.
Two things appeal to women: an exquisite expensive chocolate and an exquisite Paris Chocolate maker of expensive chocolate! The description of the very fine and delicious chocolates is worth the price of the book. This is a love story between Sylvian (the Paris Chocolate maker) and Cade (an American chocolate bar heiress). The two major characters find themselves drawn together in a romance that is a sexually charged love affair. This book is funny and romantic and makes you want to get a hold of some really good chocolate. Love and chocolate, what more could you want? Maybe a trip to Paris!