When I finished Chocolate Wishes by Trisha Ashley I felt as contented as a cat basking in the sun. The story is an appealing mix of village life, friendship and family spiced with angels and other worldly intrigue. It provides a happy ending for every character who wants happiness--snobs and money-chasers are left to stew in their own juice. For all its light alternative characters, the phrase "morality play" kept returning to me.
I could share a couple of minor quibbles, but they didn't affect my enjoyment, and they'd be spoilers.
It was lovely to meet characters from A Winter's Tale, like Hebe Winter.
The cover is simply gorgeous.
A delightful book, and I'm happy to confess I ate chocolate while I read it.