Bittersweet Candy Kisses

Bittersweet Candy Kisses A storefront You ve never noticed it before It s small unassuming and yet there s something about it that draws your eye And the scent drifting out dark and aromatic so enticing How could you have

  • Title: Bittersweet Candy Kisses
  • Author: Jordan Castillo Price Sean Kennedy Clare London
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A storefront You ve never noticed it before It s small, unassuming, and yet there s something about it that draws your eye And the scent drifting out, dark and aromatic, so enticing How could you have overlooked it It must be new So why does Sweets to the Sweet look like it s been there for ages And the pale man behind the countercertainly you d remember him MucA storefront You ve never noticed it before It s small, unassuming, and yet there s something about it that draws your eye And the scent drifting out, dark and aromatic, so enticing How could you have overlooked it It must be new So why does Sweets to the Sweet look like it s been there for ages And the pale man behind the countercertainly you d remember him Much like love, chocolate can be rich and heady, distractingly sensual, sweet and bitter Just ask Chance He s been the catalyst of many a relationship over the years, though he himself scoffs at the notion of a happily ever after But sometimes a mere hint of sweetness is all it takes Follow Sweets to the Sweet as it alights across the globe in twelve novelettes by Jordan Castillo Price, Sean Kennedy and Clare London Previously released individually as the Petit Morts series, now available together for the first time in this sweeping omnibus anthology Hue, Tint and Shade by Jordan Castillo Price Yellow is as yellow does Moolah and Moonshine by Jordan Castillo Price If you ever go to France, watch out for those ticklers Spanish Fly Guy by Jordan Castillo Price A new twist on liquid courage Pretty Ugly by Jordan Castillo Price Beauty is in the eye of the beholderually One Less Stiff at the Funeral by Sean Kennedy Chocolate makes everything better Even a eulogy Wishink Well by Jordan Castillo Price You can t get something for nothing Happily Neverafter by Jordan Castillo Price All s well that ends well London Eye by Clare London Give credit where credit is due Spirits and Second Chances by Sean Kennedy The past can come back to haunt you Loose Change by Sean Kennedy If there s one thing you can always count on, it s change Media Naranja Other Half by Clare London and Jordan Castillo Price There s someone for everyone Immortal Coil by Jordan Castillo Price Love is than skin deep.

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    1. I'm being a little stingy giving this a 2-star rating, as the writing (as writing) is very good; each author has an individual & enjoyable style. It's just that each of the stories is more or less the same in outline - Chance's Magic Chocolate Shop pitches up in a new location, his magic chocolates bring lovers together, there's a bit of rumination on how ultimately unfulfilled Chance is (and maybe a quick interaction with his elusive immortal lover, Hunter). And that's it. No character deve [...]

    2. Fabulous collection of mystical romances with a mythological twistThis book reminded me a lot of a collection of Agatha Christie short stories featuring a mysterious man called Harley Quinn.While in that collection Quinn seemed to be acting as a harbinger of fate, helped along by the elderly Mr Satterthwaite to solve murders, here we have Chance - and later Hunter - dealing with the vagaries of life.I absolutely adored nearly all the stories in this, one almost made me cry, one I didn't really t [...]

    3. 4.5 starsI've been a fan of the Petits Morts stories for a few years now, and having some the stories (less Josh Lanyon's contributions) in one book is most certainly a treat. Along with JCP's contributions, new stories by Sean Kennedy and Clare London have also been included, which was a really nice surprise. I especially enjoyed Sean Kennedy's contributions and next to JCP's, they were probably my favourite stories in the book.A storefront. You've never noticed it before. It's small, unassumin [...]

    4. BeautifulThe stories weave together as beautifully as the strand of faith. Each short is satisfying and sweet in and of itself, but together this collection is like finely crafted chocolate, just the right balance of bitter and sweet. Charming! Excellent. A delight.

    5. A chocolate shop appears out of nowhere, and inside, Chase treats you to the one thing you never thought you’d have: the love of your life.Written in a series of short stories, we’re treated to the happily ever after of many men who never thought they’d find that special someone. But what kept me turning the pages were the subtle hints as the authors slowly revealed Chase’s own life, yet still kept his mystery in the end. I love cafes (they’re my happy place), so I can definitely see t [...]

    6. Achy breaky heartMy heart melted with each story of passionate love. Chance and his magical chocolates had me begging for more. JCP is one of my favorites and I got the "chance" to read from 2 new to me authors. What a Sweet treat indeed!

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