Chocolate for a Lover's Heart: Soul-Soothing Stories that Celebrate the Power of Love
Discover a Love as Sweet as Chocolate!
The power of love -- it can move mountains, make our dreams come true, and comfort us on the darkest of days. Whether we're in a relationship with a special partner, in search of a perfect soulmate, or touched by this precious feeling when we least expect it, we've all fallen under its spell. Chocolate for a Lover's Heart is for any woman who has given in to love in its many guises -- tender and innocent, passion-filled and complex, endless and everlasting, courageous and healing. Kay Allenbaugh, creator of the bestselling Chocolate books, has assembled a collection of real-life stories with more variety than the biggest box of chocolate, all of them written by and for women. Chocolate for a Lover's Heart will delight and uplift you, make you laugh and cry, push you to reach for your goals, and remind you that love is something to be nurtured, cherished, and savored, and -- like chocolate -- to be shared!
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