The Loveliest Chocolate Shop in Paris, Jenny Colgan

A heartwarming, bittersweet story of life, love and chocolate. Fans of Sophie Kinsella, Jennifer Weiner and Jill Mansell will be craving sweets along with this tale of love lost and found.
Anna Trent may be a supervisor in a chocolate factory...but that doesn't necessarily mean she knows how to make chocolate. So when a fateful accident gives her the opportunity to work at Paris's elite chocolatier Le Chapeau Chocolat, Anna expects to be outed as a fraud.
After all, there is a world of difference between chalky, mass―produced English chocolate and the gourmet confections Anna's new boss creates.
But with a bit of luck and a lot of patience, Anna might learn that the sweetest things in life are always worth working for.
The Loveliest Chocolate Shop in Paris
Ano: 2013 
Páginas: 464
Idioma: inglês 
Editora: Sphere

Estou acostumada com os livros leves e cheios de humor de Jenny Colgan e esse já me surpreendeu desde o início com dois dramas bem sofridos. Como gosto das histórias dela, me aventurei mesmo assim, pois terminei de ler duas tragédias e meu coração ainda não se recuperou totalmente.

Duas emocionantes histórias de amor alternando um amor do passado e um amor do presente. Duas mulheres que se revelam, que se descobrem fortes.

Mas o que senti mais forte foi a mensagem de resiliência e perdão. Faz tempo que não sinto um aperto tão grande no peito de ter que parar de ler para poder respirar um pouco. Um dos finais mais lindos que li na vida, mesmo querendo algo diferente.

Achei lindas as cenas envolvendo Paris e deliciosas as cenas envolvendo os chocolates.

In English:

I'm used to Jenny Colgan's light and humorous books, and this one has surprised me from the start with two well-suffering dramas. As I like her stories, I ventured out anyway, because I have finished reading two tragedies and my heart has not yet fully recovered.

Two exciting love stories alternating a love of the past and a love of the present. Two women who reveal themselves, who find themselves strong.

But what I felt most strongly was the message of resilience and forgiveness. It's been a while since I've had such a tightness in my chest that I have to stop reading so I can breathe a little. One of the most beautiful endings I've ever read, even though I want something different.

I found the scenes involving Paris beautiful and the scenes involving the chocolate delicious.

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