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Jan Moran doesn’t write many historical romances, but when she does it was well worth the wait. I completely lost myself in this story of loss, secrets, betrayal, lies, love and family. Furthermore, it was set in two of my favorite locales – San Francisco and Italy.

Wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, Celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. Acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. Celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. Early on I figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. Moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

In all of Moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. That is one of the main reasons I love her books and devour each one as it is released. She does not disappoint here with Celina and Sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. These women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

My heart ached as Celina and Lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. How could they possibly make it right? Oh, I so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. There was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. But where would they find that miracle?

This book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. The descriptions of the chocolates created by Celina are divine. There is a recipe at the end of the book for a Traditional French Wild Truffle Chocolate Confection. Try it out if you have the courage.

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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

in all of moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. that is one of the main reasons i love her books and devour each one as it is released. she does not disappoint here with celina and sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. these women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

in all of moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. that is one of the main reasons i love her books and devour each one as it is released. she does not disappoint here with celina and sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. these women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

in all of moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. that is one of the main reasons i love her books and devour each one as it is released. she does not disappoint here with celina and sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. these women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

in all of moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. that is one of the main reasons i love her books and devour each one as it is released. she does not disappoint here with celina and sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. these women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

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my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

in all of moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. that is one of the main reasons i love her books and devour each one as it is released. she does not disappoint here with celina and sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. these women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

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my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

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my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

in all of moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. that is one of the main reasons i love her books and devour each one as it is released. she does not disappoint here with celina and sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. these women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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wanting a family for her son after the death of her husband, celina makes one phone call that sets this entire story into motion. acts of desperation have long term consequences that play out here. celina comes to realize that she didn’t really know the man she loved and married. early on i figured out the biggest secret but there were many tentacles that ran from it that were slowly revealed over time. moran’s pacing was perfect moving the reader along bit by bit, holding back just enough to maintain the mystery and suspense.

in all of moran’s books she writes of strong, intelligent, competent, resilient women. that is one of the main reasons i love her books and devour each one as it is released. she does not disappoint here with celina and sara, women who love their sons and would do anything for them, wanting only the best for them, and never giving up on them. these women tugged on my heartstrings quite a few times.

my heart ached as celina and lauro fought to overcome their forbidden love. how could they possibly make it right? oh, i so much wanted them to have the love they deserved. there was so much going against them that only a miracle could set their world right again. but where would they find that miracle?

this book is best read late at night when all the stores are closed so you can’t hit up the best chocolate shop you know. the descriptions of the chocolates created by celina are divine. there is a recipe at the end of the book for a traditional french wild truffle chocolate confection. try it out if you have the courage.
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