RT Magazine calls her works “silky and addictive”, nominating Florand for Best Book of the Year, Publishers Weekly says they’re “decadent”, and Library Journal says they’re as “sexy and flirtatious as… poignant and caring”. Now international bestselling author Laura Florand brings you her sexiest, sweetest romance to date: All for You.
Some crushes aren’t meant to be
When her older brother’s best friend left to join the Foreign Legion, eighteen-year-old Célie moved on to make a life for herself as a Paris chocolatier. Now, five years later, the last thing she needs is another man to mess up her happiness.
Let alone the same man.
But five years in the Foreign Legion is a long time for a man to grow up, and a long time to be away from the woman he loves.
Especially when he did it all for her.
Half strangers, more than friends, and maybe, if Joss Castel has his way, a second chance…
Florand kicks off her Paris Hearts series, spun off from her Amour et Chocolate series, with a tasty tale of two friends reunited after years apart. Joss abruptly joined the French Foreign Legion, determined to build himself into a better person. Heartbroken by his departure, C lie spent the intervening time becoming one of the city's best chocolatiers, taking control of her own destiny. When Joss returns five years later, all the old feelings come crashing back. He's determined to win her back; she's wary of being hurt again. But in the end, love may just win out. Florand captures the essence of Paris and the tactile sensation of the finest chocolate delights in this captivating romance, but the story itself is so full of passion and emotion that it risks exhausting the reader. C lie and Joss don't do anything subtly or halfheartedly, from arguing to lovemaking, leaving little room for narrative downtime. Nevertheless, readers will enjoy the sensuality of language and confectioneries, and the emotional journey of the characters. (BookLife)
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All For You
The characters were very endearing and yet complex! I enjoyed seeing their progression, while being frustrated that it seemed to take Joss longer to see that togetherness was preferable to making decisions on his own!
Romance is real, and it is sweet!
It is very rare that a romance novel truly really makes me believe in love. Call me cynical (it’s probably true,) but this novel broke through the walls and made me feel warm from beginning to end. The characters are real, and full of depth. They’re very easy to relate to, which is an even greater pleasure knowing that they easily could have slipped into gushing stereotypes. Even the love scenes are more about the details of the characters and their emotions rather than the act. Beautiful and well crafted, from the first page to the last!