Love by Chocolate

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Jove Books, Feb 1, 1997 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Chocolate is the ultimate aphrodisiac. And these four enchanting stories of love, passion and chocolate are guaranteed to melt the heart. Each story features a decadent chocolate dessert recipe to satisfy any reader's sweet tooth, as well as the hunger for romance--all year round.

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User Review  - Ann Lorz - Goodreads

This is an older book with four stories in it. The one I really wanted to read was the Elda Minger one. All four stories were okay, nothing that jumps out at you and makes you lose yourself in them. Read full review

Contents

Just Desserts
57
Sweet Nothings 145
81
The Kitchen Casanova
241
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About the author (1997)

Since 1984 Rosanne Bittner has written more than 35 historical romance novels set in the American Old West. Bittner was born January 14, 1945 in LaPorte, Indiana. Among her works are the Savage Destiny series and almost a dozen historical sagas. Two of Bittner's award-nominated titles are Tender Betrayal (1994) and Song of the Wolf (1993), which received three nominations for literary prizes. This Time Forever (1990) was named Best Fictionalized Biography by Romantic Times. Best Post-Civil War Romance for 1991 was Embers of the Heart. In 1993, Bittner was the recipient of the Third Place Readers' Choice Award from the Oklahoma Chapter of Romance Writers of America. Bittner belongs to several professional and historical organizations including Romance Writers of America. Bittner lives in Coloma, Michigan.

Elizabeth Bevarly wrote her first novel when she was twelve years old. It was 32 pages long -- and that was with college rule notebook paper -- and featured three girls named Liz, Marianne and Cheryl who explored the mysteries of a haunted house. Her friends Marianne and Cheryl proclaimed it "Brilliant! Spellbinding! Kept me up till dinnertime reading!" Those rave reviews only kindled the fire inside her to write more.

Since sixth grade, Elizabeth has gone on to complete more than 50 works of contemporary romance. Her novels regularly appear on the USA Today and Waldenbooks bestseller lists, and her last book for Avon, The Thing About Men, was a New York Times Extended List bestseller. She's been nominated for the prestigious RITA Award, has won the coveted National Readers' Choice Award, and Romantic Times magazine has seen fit to honor her with two Career Achievement Awards. There are more than seven million copies of her books in print worldwide. She resides in her native Kentucky with her husband and son, not to mention two very troubled cats.

Muriel Jensen was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. After high school, she worked for Pacific Telephone before joining the secretarial pool at the Los Angeles Times while taking a correspondence course in fiction writing. She wrote her first novel, Winter's Bounty, while managing a bookstore. It was published in 1984. Since then, she has written over 70 contemporary romances including The Duck Shack Agreement, A Wild Iris, The Hunk and the Virgin, His Wife, His Baby, His Family, and His Wedding.

Elda Minger lives in Los Angeles, CA.

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