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The Chocolate Cat Caper (Chocoholic Mystery Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Love it

I can't wait til her next book comes out.

posted by Anonymous on August 5, 2002

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3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Life is too short...

...to read silly books unless you have a child on your lap! I decided that the main character and her speech impediment was too anoying to continue and I was only on page 18. This is supposed to be a mature young woman, divorced and preparing for her CPA license and s...
...to read silly books unless you have a child on your lap! I decided that the main character and her speech impediment was too anoying to continue and I was only on page 18. This is supposed to be a mature young woman, divorced and preparing for her CPA license and she couldn't talk to customers without getting tongue tied and blushing. And by the way, there is absolutely no comparison between this author and Janet Evanovich.

posted by Anonymous on February 22, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2008

    Pretty Good

    Overall i enjoyed this book but at times it was slow. The characters were different but interesting-but the problem with speeking got annoying to read. It was a nice, light read.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 6, 2012

    I liked several things about this book. I liked the setting of t

    I liked several things about this book. I liked the setting of this book which was in a small town where a lot of the residents had landed after being in larger cities, if not metropolitan areas. However, when the crime happened, they definitely had reporters show up and bombard the town and chocolate store. How did Lee and her Aunt handle them? With chocolate of course!!


    I liked the chocolate factory. When the author describes the workers that help her and her aunt with the chocolates, I felt like it was larger than I had first pictured. However, I think the aunt makes a lot of the specialty items and the workers do the easier chocolates as there is a talent to chocolate making. I know because it consumes my life the two full days after Thanksgiving making 80 to 90 lbs. of handmade chocolates.


    Verdict: Not a bad book. It kept pace real well and I very much enjoyed the ending. How annoying though that Lee keeps saying the wrong word. Don't know that I like that very well. It wasn't like she would just say it once in a while, or when she was nervous, it was just in weird situations. Maybe didn’t add anything to the character. I don’t know, I will definitely read another story in the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2005

    Irksome quirk

    If you are looking for a light mystery (along the lines of Evanovich, Braun, or Chiaverini)you will enjoy this book. It's light and entertaining reading . . . but there are authors that I would recommend before this one (see above). The writing seems stilted and I found the author's decision to have her lead character have a tongue tied problem is just irritating . . . almost like she needed something to make the book just a little longer so she threw in extra lines just to extend the book a little more. Having said all that, hailing from Michigan and having many childhood memories of vacations on Lake Michigan in the Holland area, I also wished for more descriptions of the area . . . I didn't feel like I was there.

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