The Swiss Mishap by Amey Zeigler

The Swiss Mishap by Amey Zeigler
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (349 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Honeysuckle

For the last twelve years, more than half her life, Lainey Peterson has prepared to design, create, and produce quality chocolate bars. But when she discovers her chocolate internship at Switzerland’s prestigious Alpine Foods has been canceled, she vows to do whatever it takes to get to Chocolate.

Yves Claremont, a young, ambitious department chair, would sacrifice everything to rise to vice president at Alpine Foods and redeem his father’s name. Impressed with Lainey’s resume and charming determination, Yves offers her an internship in his Pet Care department, promising a recommendation for Chocolate if she does well.

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Fainting at the feet of a gorgeous man may sound romantic but it’s less than ideal when that same man is about to interview Lainey for a job that could lead to a future defined by chocolate. Not just any chocolate. Swiss chocolate!

This was a fun book but I think Lainey may have found the meaning of ‘too much chocolate” tho she would probably disagree that such a thing exists. Seriously, her online ID is Chocophile, and she certainly knows her way around a chocolate aisle, but it should possibly be Chocoholic. She’s a true addict to her comfort food of choice.

Chocolate love aside, Lainey was a likable enough character but trouble seems to have her number. There are some funny moments in the story and in one scene I was just sure I was about to hear Ross Geller yelling “PIVOT”.

Yves is the very definition of European, completely work driven and goal oriented. He has plans and a girl like Lainey wasn’t even the radar. Until she’s all that he can think about, look for reasons to spend time with and talk to even when she frustrates him to no end. Their HEA would be hard fought…by both of them much less various outside antagonists.

It wasn’t easy but great love stories rarely are. Lainey is a bit hard headed and Yves doesn’t lack in the pride and stubbornness department himself. It was a bit of an up and down ride. Just when I thought they would give into their attraction, one or the other would back off or they’d be rudely interrupted. The story lags a bit in the middle as they’re trying to come to terms with how to deal with their attraction. Or maybe it was just that there was so much going on, I felt pulled from the story.

This is story for readers who enjoy the slow burn of new relationship. Once they finally give in, it’s refreshing and satisfying.

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