The Chocolate Lovers' Club

The official blurb:

“For Lucy Lombard, there’s nothing that chocolate can’t cure. From heartache to headaches, it’s the one thing she knows that she can rely on – and she’s not alone. Fellow chocolate addicts Autumn, Nadia and Chantal share her passion and together they form a select group known as The Chocolate Lovers’ Club. Whenever there’s a crisis, they meet in their sanctuary, a cafe called Chocolate Heaven. And with a cheating boyfriend, a flirtatious boss, a gambling husband and a loveless marriage, there’s always plenty to discuss . . .”

I enjoyed this as a light read because the plot was fun but as ‘food fiction’ not so much. The chocolate element wasn’t that central to the book, more of a by the way. Also, I’m not a sophisticated chocolate eater – give me a slab of Dairy Milk any day – so perhaps I wasn’t the ideal reader.