Chocolate Beach

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Bethany House Publ, 2007 - Fiction - 336 pages
26 Reviews
Bri Stone loves life as a laid-back beach girl with a distinguished attorney husband, a surf-ridin' teenage son, and a kicky job as a coastal tour bus host. Still, her mother-in-law and a know-it-all friend think her marriage is lacking. She brushes aside their wayward opinion and focuses her energy on helping her best pal, Gaby, find romance. But when she discovers evidence that maybe her husband has grown tired of her laid-back ways, Bri sets out to win him back--by reinventing herself--and their home! In the midst of her makeover, she vows to uncover the truth about her marriage, her family, and ultimately, about herself.

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The ending was wonderful. - Goodreads
It also included some wonderful chocolate recipes. - Goodreads
The plot doesn't require an outline to follow! - Goodreads
Will try the other recipes. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Kimberly - Goodreads

This book drove me nearly insane with it's never ending chatter and complete lack of focus. I skipped 40% in the middle and I didn't missed a single plot point. So much information that does nothing ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
11
Section 3
21
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Julie Carobini " writes seaside novels filled with faith, flip flops, and waves of grace. Books in her acclaimed Otter Bay series include Sweet Waters and A Shore Thing. Julie and her husband Dan have three children and live on California's central coast.

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