Chocolate Beach

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Bethany House, 2007 - Fiction - 334 pages
9 Reviews
Bri Stone enjoys life as a laid-back beach girl with a distinguished attorney husband, a teenage son who surfs, and a thrilling job as a coastal bus tour host, but when she discovers that her husband has grown tired of her laid-back ways, Bri decides to reinvent herself--and their home--to win him back, uncovering the truth about her family, her marriage, and herself. Original. 15,000 first printing.

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Review: Chocolate Beach (Chocolate #1)

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This was an okay book. I didn't love it, and the ending left something to be desired - it lacked a good climax. It also sort of missed the boat with the religious theme, which felt like more of an after-thought than anything else. Final verdict: so-so. Read full review

Review: Chocolate Beach (Chocolate #1)

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Cute, but not a lot of depth. I liked the picture of a healthy mother-teen son relationship Carolbini depicted. I didn't ever fall in love with the main character. 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 is the bestselling author of the Chocolate Series, as well as the Otter Bay Novels: Sweet Waters, A Shore Thing, and Fade to Blue. She has won numerous awards, and RT Book Reviews says, "Carobini has a talent for creating characters that come alive." Julie lives in California with her family and loves all things coastal (except sharks). Visit her at: www.juliecarobini.com

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