Book Group: The Oddest Little Chocolate Shop by Beth Good – reviewed by Rachael Thomas

My book choice for this month’s read was chosen with the criteria of a short, fun read. As soon as I saw it, I knew this book was the perfect choice and the title drew me in. I love all things chocolate related so The Oddest Little Cho51a0UC+RExL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-v3-big,TopRight,0,-55_SX324_SY324_PIkin4,BottomRight,1,22_AA346_SH20_OU02_colate Shop by Beth Good was just perfect!

The heroine, Clementine, reminded me of Bridget Jones, who I love, so I was more than happy to follow Clementine through her adventures in this book. I laughed at her misfortune and rooted for her to get her man. Dominic is the French owner of the chocolate shop – and he’s totally delicious!

This well written, witty romance is a perfect pick-me-up to enjoy during these dark winter days. I could easily picture the chocolate shop and certainly taste each chocolate. I can’t help wondering how much research went into that part of the story!

I loved the fluffy cat that appeared in the beginning and weaved its way throughout the story, linking beautifully at the end. As for Clementine and Dominic, well they did live happily ever after, but you’ll have to read it to find out how.

The Oddest Little Chocolate Shop by Beth Good.

Next month Helen Phifer will be reviewing her choice of Shallow Waters by DI Hannah Robbins #1

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6 thoughts on “Book Group: The Oddest Little Chocolate Shop by Beth Good – reviewed by Rachael Thomas

  1. It sounds as though there are a lot of things to love about this boom…chocolate and the French theme…two of my favourite things! Thanks, Rachael,
    Helen R 🙂

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