Wishing a happy release day to the wonderful miss Sue Watson! Today her latest novel Curves, Kisses, and Chocolate Ice Cream is released. I had the joy of reading an Advanced Review Copy last week and can’t wait to tell you about her story. This is the perfect novel to pick up and get yourself in the mood for Summer!
Curves, Kisses, and Chocolate Ice Cream by Sue Watson
Curves, Kisses, and Chocolate Ice Cream is the second novel in the Ice-Cream Cafe series and I loved it! It was fun, humorous, and touched on real life issues that people face with families, life, and addiction. Fueling your feelings into addictions can be dangerous, whether you turn to food or alcohol, and often times those people avoid living their life to the fullest because they’re too busy trying to control it through their addiction tinted glasses.
This story is a prime example of what a great chick-lit novel should read like and I loved the overall theme that you need to believe in yourself because you can do anything you set your mind to. Determination, motivation, and dedication are important and key when working towards a goal. And for some, letting go of perceived guilt can make a world of difference when it comes to achieving your goals and being happy.
Note, while reading this book I was personally inspired to get off my butt and get to the gym and I felt fantastic when I went! Thanks Sue for pushing me to be the best version of myself and for writing another fun laugh-out-loud summer romantic comedy.
Rating: 5/5 Stars
I received a complimentary ARC from the author via NetGalley. My reviews 100% reflect my honest opinion.
About the Book
Title: Curves, Kisses, and Chocolate Ice Cream (The Ice-Cream Cafe #2)
Author: Sue Watson
Published: June 27, 2017
Book Blurb: Dani’s on a mission to get her life back on track by the end of the Summer. Running, rowing, aerobics and more, but perhaps all she needs are sweet treats and a second chance?
Twenty years ago, Dani fled Appledore with a broken-heart and a suitcase full of shattered dreams. Only now is she brave enough to put her past behind her and return for a summer selling homemade ice-cream and getting fit by doing sit-ups by the sea.
But the new-look cafe is filled with old memories of Jude, her teenage sweetheart-turned-sour. She thinks of him every time she swirls warm sauce onto a “chocolate-bockaglory” and even with the help of Chris, her gorgeous personal trainer, the urge to break her diet is everywhere she turns.
When Jude makes an appearance at the cafe on the eve of Dani’s birthday party, history threatens to repeat itself. Is Dani strong enough to say no? And is the love she’s been longing for much closer than she thinks?
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