New Free Chocolate Sex (Paperback)

By Keith Lowe

Washington Square Press, 9780743482103, 328pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2006

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Originally published in the UK, popular "lad lit" author Keith Lowe's latest book is a delicious tale of love, loss, and longing for life's sweetest rewards.

Can your sworn enemy become your romantic obsession? What lies between sugar and spice? Do personal tastes ever change? And when should we try something new? As this irresistible novel reminds us, sometimes love is the least predictable flavor in life's box of chocolates.

Matt, the brilliant young marketing director of the confectionery Trundel & Barr, loves chocolate. To him it represents sensuousness and innocent joy; it is to be adored, worshipped -- and exploited -- at every opportunity. For Samantha, however, chocolate represents something more sinister: While researching for a television documentary she learns that there is a darker side to Trundel & Barr, in the horrendous conditions of its African cocoa plantations. So Sam sets out to expose Matt -- until she finds herself locked up with him in his own chocolate factory. Stuck together, they are at risk of having a complete meltdown. But if Sam and Matt can find a way to confront their differences and learn to accept each other's passion for chocolate, their bitter situation stands a chance of turning out sweet....


Praise For New Free Chocolate Sex

"A tasty little tale that will leave you wanting more."

Liverpool Echo





"Food and romance are an unbeatable mix...in literature as in life.... Sweet with dark undercurrents."

New Zealand Herald

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