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Romantic Times calls Laura Florand’s writing “sensuous and sumptuous”, awarding her their Seal of Excellence, and NPR says it’s “explosive, sensual . . . and utterly sweet”.

Now, in the third book in the Amour et Chocolat series, a book USA Today calls “so romantic and sexy”, Florand takes us from Paris to summer in Provence, for the steamy encounter between top chef Gabriel Delange and the daughter of his worst enemy, Jolie Manon. Hot-tempered Gabriel isn’t above blackmail to get wha

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  1. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    More Chocolate Love, April 12, 2013
    This review is from: The Chocolate Rose (Amour et Chocolat 3, La Vie en Roses 1) (Kindle Edition)

    Laura Florand has done it again! With sumptuous descriptions of food and place, characters that come alive, and sizzling tension from the very beginning, Florand dishes up another sweet love story.

    Gabriel & Jolie’s story has all the elements I’ve loved from Florand’s previous books. Having both points of view helps the reader to get to know and like both characters quickly. I’m a sucker for the glimpses we have of Gabriel’s insecurities, while all of his actions make him seem supremely confident and invincible. Gabriel is a wonderful, enthusiastic hero who jumps into life with both feet, and I was rooting for him to find his heart’s desire very early in the book.

    Jolie was so much more reserved, and perhaps that is why I felt like I didn’t know her as well. I also wondered what it was that tied her so closely to her annoying father. She definitely is a fitting match for Gabriel though and their mutual attraction was very believable and compelling.

    I liked seeing and hearing about characters from the other books. It was great to catch up with Daniel and Lea from Turning Up the Heat (another story that I enjoyed).

    The writing was mellifluous, smooth and flowing, and added to the enjoyment of the story. One of my favorite lines was “her erogenous zones all skittered like uncontrollable brats.” So much fun!

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Yummy 50 million stars!!!, April 12, 2013
    By 
    Amy M. Pope “wordlover” (Flower Mound, Texas USA) –
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    This review is from: The Chocolate Rose (Amour et Chocolat 3, La Vie en Roses 1) (Kindle Edition)

    Gabriel has to be the most magnificent beast! I actually pictured his roar blowing the hair back from Joselle’s face! Hot! Once again, Laura has managed to take me to a corner of France for a romance that unfolds like a beautiful fairy tale. This author is the true master chef in the building of a gorgeous love story. She deftly manages to take you right into the book…all senses engaged. I hear the traffic and the voices, the rain and the music. I smell the roses and lavender and, of course, the CHOCOLATE! I see the brilliant red geraniums and the black-clad Parisians and, of course, the CHOCOLATE! Then there are the true emotions of the characters…all of the characters. Laura somehow, seamlessly, brings every character to life in the storytelling. There is dimension at every corner. I could imagine the frustration of loyalty verses ambition for Raf. I felt the continuing journey into how to BE her true self and DO a successful marriage for Lea. (Thank you for that, Laura) That might be the secret ingredient to the emotional connection to our lead characters…the true puzzle of learning how to give and receive that greatest goal of love and acceptance.
    It is refreshing to go into any of Laura’s books and find a completely different set of main characters. Each “hero” is a unique individual. Gabriel had his own set of emotional truths, built from past experiences and his particular personality. Jo actually shared an emotional dilemma very much like both Lea and Raphael. Her loyalty to each of her parents was more than a concept…it was tangible in the telling. Then there was her desperate need to be seen and heard…to be truly cherished for her self, not her actions. (sigh) Boy, did Gabriel ever see her! The balcony…oh my gosh!
    Reading all of the books by this author (including her own story in BLAME IT ON PARIS) I almost feel like I experience falling in love each time. I spent 2 days, lost again in Laura Florand’s France! And, I can hardly wait for CHOCOLATE TOUCH. I also anxiously await the further adventures of both Raphael and Max.

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beastly beauty with a ganache heart, April 11, 2013
    By 
    kyrais (Boston, MA) –

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    This review is from: The Chocolate Rose (Amour et Chocolat 3, La Vie en Roses 1) (Kindle Edition)

    I have read the previous two books by Florand, and so I took a chance on something I usually don’t have the stomach for — revenge turned love. For those like me who hate to see valuable book real estate taken up by two people who are feuding rather than loving — take a chance, you probably won’t regret it.

    I fell in love with Gabriel from the first. He’s a huge teddy bear — big, growly, unmovable, but with a heart of the darkest, most decadent chocolate ganache. I love his genuine distress and dismay at being a “beast”, how he wavers between declaring stoutly (as well he should) about how he’s not being beastly but just devastatingly honest about his lust for Jolie (his complete lust at wanting her for himself, to have and to hold, not that the sexual tension isn’t stunning) and wanting to be more princely for her.

    Jolie could have stood to have a little more flesh on her bones, in my opinion. I never quite got a good look at why her, why she was the one who made the decisions she did rather than following the example set her by her sisters and mother, and why she remained with her father when everyone left. Her struggles and insecurities were subtly drawn, perhaps too subtle, and sometimes too superficial. I felt Florand could have delved a bit deeper into her character. I was a bit disappointed that Rafe’s situation wasn’t resolved at the end, but perhaps that just means that we’ll get his story at some point. Certainly I’m looking forward to all the other characters mentioned here, even though I missed Sylvaine and his chocolate thief this time. Perhaps next time we’ll get another cameo?

    One little, teensy quibble: can we actually have chefs that make savory food and describe it in loving detail? I know it’s all about the chocolate and the genius and the artistry — but I’m getting a bit sugar high here and would love a nice bit of real food to balance it out. Of course, since the next book is venturing back into chocolatier territory, I guess I’ll just have to enjoy the decadence a bit longer. My dentist sighs.

    This is a lovely, heart-warming, grinning sappily while snickering book. I’ll definitely reread this again and again and again whenever I need a pick-me-up. Get it, get Florand’s backlist while you’re at it, and sink into delicious love with me. I venture you won’t regret it.

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