A spoiled heiress and a perfectionist chef, both starved for love, find plenty to feast upon in this complex romance by the author of The Chocolate Touch.
Mille-Feuilles can't buy you love . . .
No one hates Paris—except Summer Corey. The moody winters. The artists and their ennui. The inescapable shadow of the Tour Eiffel. But things go from bad to worse when Summer stumbles into brooding, gorgeous chef pâtissier Luc Leroi and indecently propositions the hero of French cuisine . . .
Luc has scrambled up from a childhood panhandling in the Paris Métro to become the king of his city, and he has no patience for this spoiled princess, even if she does now own his restaurant. Who cares if she smiles with all the warmth of July? She doesn't eat dessert!
There is only one way to tempt her. A perfect, impossibly sweet seduction . . .
Praise for The Chocolate Heart
"Florand outdoes herself with this exquisite confection. . . . This contemporary romance is as painstakingly crafted and decadent as the sweets it portrays, leaving the reader longing for just one little taste." —Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Chocolate, Paris, and a Greek god for a hero; this delectable confection has it all!" —Library Journal"All the elements of (Florand's) successful recipe for reading pleasure—headstrong heroine, dashing hero, sinful desserts, and sultry situations—come together in another deliciously entertaining offering." —Booklist