Meme: Between the Cracks: Chocolate Wishes

Posted 8th March 2015 by Emma in Meme / 2 Comments

Meme: Between the Cracks: Chocolate Wishes

Welcome to this weeks Between the Cracks.

This week I am showcasing Chocolate Wishes by Trisha Ashley. I have previously read a few of Trisha’s books and I have thoroughly enjoyed them. I am also a HUGE chocholic so when I saw this book I knew I had to have it. Unfortunately it has been sitting on my TBR pile since 2012. Here’s a little bit more about the book.

Meme: Between the Cracks: Chocolate WishesChocolate Wishes by Trisha Ashley
Also by this author: Wish Upon A Star, A Christmas Cracker
Published by Avon on 4th March 2010
Genres: Chicklit, Contemporary, Fantasy, Love & Romance, Magic
Pages: 390
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In the picture-perfect Lancashire village of Sticklepond, Confectioner Chloe dispenses inspirational sweet treats containing a prediction for each customer. If only her own life was as easy to forecast – perhaps Chloe could have foreseen being jilted at the altar…

But when a new Vicar arrives in the village, the rumour mill goes into overdrive. Not only is Raffy Sinclair the charismatic ex-front man of rock band ‘Mortal Ruin’, he’s also the Chloe’s first love and the man who broke her heart.

Try as she might, Chloe can’t ignore this blast from her past. Could now be the time for her to make a wish – and dare to believe it can come true?

About Trisha Ashley

Trisha Ashley is now a full-time novelist, but she has been known to work for stained glass makers and/or plumbers. She likes to paint, eat, drink, and read literary biographies. Her previous hobbies included getting divorced and packing to move. She claims to have once actually eaten Bronte burgers at the Branwell café, but her publisher declines to verify this. She lives in North Wales.


2 responses to “Meme: Between the Cracks: Chocolate Wishes

  1. This book has been on my tbr list for a while too, it looks so lovely. I too am a total chocoholic and the book looks perfect.

  2. I remember the blurb from Chocolate Wishes catching my eye Emma.

    I’ve read some of Trisha Ashley’s novels (before my blogging days) and enjoyed her style of writing.

    Hope you get to read at some point!

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