Chocolate Aftertaste

Chocolate Aftertaste Alternate Cover Edition of ISBN Nora Darkin s life has never been her own but that s about to change and what she finds on the other side will taste a lot like sweet freedom Aidan Dar

  • Title: Chocolate Aftertaste
  • Author: Liz Grace Davis
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  • Page: 253
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  • Alternate Cover Edition of ISBN13 9781475184037Nora Darkin s life has never been her own, but that s about to change, and what she finds on the other side will taste a lot like sweet freedom.Aidan Darkin, a wealthy entrepreneur, has controlled his daughter, Nora, since the death of his wife years prior Nora never thought to question the decisions he made for her, alwaysAlternate Cover Edition of ISBN13 9781475184037Nora Darkin s life has never been her own, but that s about to change, and what she finds on the other side will taste a lot like sweet freedom.Aidan Darkin, a wealthy entrepreneur, has controlled his daughter, Nora, since the death of his wife years prior Nora never thought to question the decisions he made for her, always believing he knew best But trust comes with a price, and for Nora, the sacrifice is her own happiness.On the eve of her wedding, confronted with a truth that will change everything and a betrayal that will fracture the life she s always known, she will do the unthinkable defy her father and make her escape On her own for the first time, Nora makes the quaint country town of Dreara, known for its extraordinary chocolate, her temporary home Faced with choosing for herself for the first time in her life, she sets out to capture her own independence, to fall in love for the right reasons with a man of her own choosing, and embark on a journey that will fulfill her soul even if that means risking it all, and losing than she ever imagined.But even a place known for its chocolate doesn t quite offer Nora the sweet beginning she d hoped for.

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    About “Liz Grace Davis

    • Liz Grace Davis

      Liz Grace Davis is a Namibian author She grew up in Angola, Namibia, South Africa and Germany She now lives with her husband in Vienna, Austria Growing up, Liz spent most of her days in school libraries, diving into the world of books In her spare time she loves to travel as well as creating jewelry and digital scrapbooks She s in her element when she is doing anything that requires creativity Liz is the author of a young adult fantasy novel, Tangi s Teardrops, and a romantic women s fiction novel, Chocolate Aftertaste.

    859 thoughts on “Chocolate Aftertaste

    • Nora Darkin is the daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur, about to marry his right-hand man, Liam Connolly. Her father could not think of a better son-in-law. But at her wedding dinner she announces there will be no wedding, Liam is not the man she thought he was. This decision puts a strain between Nora and her father, as Nora always lived up to his controlling ways just can not do it anymore. So Nora leaves and goes to a small town called Dreara. Here she makes new friends, she starts living her [...]

    • I loved how real everything in this book felt. The characters came to life and easily pulled me into their story. The writing of this talented author paints intense emotions in a way that you can’t help but experience it all along with Nora as she learns to stand on her own and eventually spread her wings. There were times where I was so sure of the decisions Nora was to take, only to be surprised by the creative path the author chose for her instead. Liz describes the settings so well that yo [...]

    • Did you ever agree to something just to make your family happy? Well that’s pretty much what the main character; Nora did—at the expense of her own unhappiness. Luckily, she found the courage to stand up to her domineering father and refused to marry Liam, her father’s choice for a husband. Though her father didn’t see it, Liam certainly wasn’t the guy Nora thought he was. Nora has a lot of things to work through in this story, among them, who exactly does she love? Shane has been a co [...]

    • I really liked this book a lot. It had a great start that made you interested immediately. And everything was continuous for the most part. There was a lot of drama and the like. A good balance though of negative and positive.Personally, I found myself relatively surprised at some points. Because you may find that while some elements are predictable, some are not at all. I did not expect some things to happen. And I went from liking a character to hating them and going back again so easily.This [...]

    • I give this book 3 stars because I sat down in one sitting and finished it. The actual rating is more of a 2.5.There was something about this book that sucked me in and kept me hooked. I can't name it, but it was there. However, there were also parts of this book that left me scratching my head and thinking "this is a 31 one year old, not a 15 year old". (view spoiler)[This would be the end of the book when she jumps from Shane and Ethan in a split second and sounds like a confused 15 year old o [...]

    • This story's setting being in Ireland and infused with culinary aspirations struck a chord with me early on. The heroine goes through quite an emotional drama which never ceases throughout the whole book. It kept me drawn to the character but I found after a few too many times it was a tad bit too much roller coaster drama for me. However I did like it and would recommend it for anyone who enjoys clean romance.

    • Liz Davis did a wonderful job on Chocolate Aftertaste. It's an enjoyable read with twists that will keep you guessing. And just when you think you have it, you know what choices will be made or what will happen, you'll be swept in another direction. Very well done with characters you'll love, dislike then love again. I definitely recommend this book! She's an author to keep your eye on.

    • This is the first book review I have written. I couldn't put Chocolate Aftertaste down. I loved the story and the characters. It made me smile and cry. I loved and hated Ethan and hoped that Nora chose the right man. I look forward to more books by Liz Davis. I will definitely recommend Chocolate Aftertaste to my friends.

    • Was a nice read, however it was recommended for something to read after 50 Shades of Grey and this book is a sweet romance story, but in now way shape or form has any erotica to it. So if you are looking for something after enjoying 50 Shades of Grey this is NOT the book to read.

    • I enjoyed this novel. It's one of those interesting stories of hte woman who tries to please everyone and loses herself and then finally decides she is important and embarks on her own to find herself and find what makes her happy. Of course there are bumps in the road and things aren't perfect, but it would be a boring read if it was.I'll start with things I really enjoyed. I enjoyed the set-up of this novel. How Nora was and how she was trying to please her father. I liked how the novel then s [...]

    • First of all I would like to thank the opportunity that I could read this book. I won this book on a giveaway and I was really glad because I had never won anything before. Well I feel myself quite confused because I cannot decide if I loved it or not. I think both are true. This story has so much potential that the author did not use. As for me, the description of the characters were not enough. It is sometimes good because we can use our fantasy and fill in the holes but sometimes it makes the [...]

    • Not long after downloaded this book I got an email about a blog tour for it from Sizzling PR. Since I was planning on reading the book anyway, I thought "Why not?" so I signed up. "Chocolate Aftertaste" is part womens fiction and part romance. Nora spends much of the novel learning about herself and changing her life; she also re-examines her relationships with both her father and her fiance and makes new friendships. Along the way, she falls in love and also reconnects with an old flame. There' [...]

    • My review: Chocolate Aftertaste by Liz Grace Davis is such a sweet book, that it was a pleasure to read it. When I am saying sweet, I don't mean boring! Not at all! Chocolate Aftertaste was well-written and filled with obstacles and the twists which the protagonists had to face. Besides that, it was not a typical swooning-over-the-hills kind of romance, but romance novel where people faced real life issues. Before going to the plot, I would like to say, that I really love the cover of the book a [...]

    • I'd have to say that I am a little torn on my rating for this book. It held my interest up until about 70% of the book. I'll start with what I liked about the book. Nora has always done what her father wanted her to do. She broke off her relationship with the first man she had ever loved because her father didn't approve of him. She later meets Liam, a man who works for her father. They soon become engaged and he starts to show his true colors. Finally standing up for herself, she leaves Liam th [...]

    • This started off slow for me. I couldn't connect with the heroine, she is in an abusive relationship but no matter the help offered she refuses to listen. So that had me skimming, or technically that had me reading reviews to see if it was worth it, I got my answer. Nope. I started skimming after that and at 95% this heroine is telling some other guy- "Shane, I love you too. I never stopped" Uhhh seriously? Then she goes and is proposed to by the guy she is leading on. Then says "I love you. I a [...]

    • Well I got this on a whim and finished it in one go. It almost read like the movie "the holiday". That being said as much as I empathized and felt kinship to the heroine I ended up hating her by the end. MAKE YOUR BLOODY MIND UP. So darn indecisive she literally changes beau from one page to another. I'm surprised any of them took her back as much as she yoyo'd. The ending ruined the book for me. It could have ended sooner but it seems like the author ran out of things to fill the word allowance [...]

    • I enjoyed this story for the most part, but it did seem to move rather slowly in places. The characters often seem hung up on the past and what-might-have-been instead of facing and dealing with reality. The about-faces in Nora's various relationships seemed a bit unrealistic at times, but perhaps that speaks to the complex nature of all human relationships. Choices, guilt, remorse, blame, abuse, deception, selfishness, acceptance, forgivenessyou'll find all that and more in Chocolate Aftertaste [...]

    • I probably would have given this book a three or even a four if not for the ending. The book grabbed my attention right from the beginning and was a relatively easy read. However, the ending made me super upset. She bounced from one guy to the other guy, back to another guy. It was frustrating and I wanted to shake Nora. She seemed like an indecisive thirteen year old instead of a grown woman who was going to be having a baby soon!

    • This was my first book but Ms. Liz Grace Davis and I was not disappointed. I really enjoyed this book. I really enjoyed how strong the female lead was. Just imagine going through everything she did and being able to pull yourself back together to go after your dreams, it was just amazing to read. You really pulled us into the story and I felt connected to the characters. I definitely enjoyed this book and will be looking for others by this author.

    • You know how they say that the difference between reality and fiction is that fiction has to make sense? Well, I guess this means that book is more lire real life, if you see what I mean.I wanted to like this book, I really, really did. The reviews were good and from the summary it sounded like something I would enjoy. But I didn't, not one bit. I forced myself through the first hundred pages and then gave up, groaning with near agony. Sorry, this one was just not for me.

    • 2.5/5.0A sweet contemporary romance, “Chocolate Aftertaste” is more a coming-of-age story for those who find themselves later in life.Read full review in the November 2013 issue of InD’tale Magazine.

    • If this book had been any longer I don't think I would have finished it, as it was I ended up skimming the last 20%. Nora and Ethan are two of the most wishy-washy selfish characters I've ever read. Didn't connect with them in the beginning and hated them by the end.

    • The main character is one of the least believable women I've ever encountered. I kept waiting for her to GROW UP! Don't bother. I really have got to stop devoting time to free books on Kindle. Ugh.

    • This is just a horribly awful book. I cannot recommend this to anyone. The main character is so vapidly stupid and makes horrible life choices.

    • It was okay-- it was free in the kindle store so I thought I'd give it a try. Cute (and clean) love story, but definitely not a page turner.

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