A Jane Eyre Parody byÂ Joan Sowards
This book could be a chapter out of real life for many twenty-seven year-old single LDS girls. The main character, Janie, is a witty, well-rounded woman who grows up with her sister. They live with her aunt who helps everyone else. The aunt is great, but the two girls, who have lost their parents and brother in a car accident, learn to be independent quickly.
Kylee is married and has children while Janie would love to be en her shoes, but her hips are just a touch larger and boys donâ€™t go for her.
The two sisters own Chocolate Art Forever, a small establishment in downtown Arizona. Jamieâ€™s story starts when a dashing man comes in every Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. to order a chocolate rose to send to a woman. For months he has been doing this, and every time she sees him, Janie becomes a little more enamored of the man. No wanting to intrude or look foolish, she never approaches him and just dreams of a time he may notice her.
Suddenly, life takes a drastic turn when the dashing Roger W. moves next door to her and she finds out that he has a four-year-old daughter. The vivacious curly haired girl, Emily, falls in-love with Janieâ€™s giant Great Dane and begs often to visit her. But the visits are not all that Janie gets when thugs point a gun at Roger, her and the mysterious woman to whom he sends the chocolate roses.
Rogerâ€™s past is catching up to him and without knowing it, Janie is drawn into the middle of it, a place where she only finds heartaches and tears. When Roger has a unfortunate accident she begs for his life, and promises in return that she will never seek him again, a promise she will keep forever.
This book is a sweet romance full of melted hearts and yummy chocolate kisses. It is a dream come true for any romantic chocolate lover.
chocolate? Love Jane Eyre?
for Chocolate Roses by Joan Sowards.
Janie Rose WhitakerÂ¹s world revolved around her chocolate shop until
Roger Wentworth and his young daughter moved into the apartment across from
JanieÂ¹s. Anyone would think Roger fit the mold of the Â³perfectÂ² guy, but
soon Janie discovers secrets that could keep them apart forever. Though she
resists getting involved in RogerÂ¹s complicated life, they are drawn
further into a bittersweet relationship.
You will laugh, cry, and crave chocolate as you read this LDS parody of the
classic novel Jane
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