In the small town of Abbott Creek, mystery is as much a part of daily life as The Sweet Shop's Sugar Cookies.
Katie Chupp spends her days at The Sweet Shop. . . baking for the upcoming holidays and enjoying the changing seasons.
It's Valentine's Day in Abbott Creek and everyone is sharing their romantic stories.
Book 5 in the Amish Sweet Shop Mystery series
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Rating: 3.5 (But, I always raise to higher star!) I did enjoy this book. It was nothing like I thought it would be. I somehow assumed there would be more about Amish culture, or circumstances that were in keeping with what I've already read in Amish novels. But, this story did not belabor Amish culture. It simply told a sweet story. I think, however, that I was missing something when I read it. It is called "Chocolate Truffle Mystery", but I really didn't see any big outstanding mystery to be solved. And, in fact, there was no complete resolution to the story itself. It is the 5th book in an even larger series, and the author chose to leave it quite open-ended. What I really appreciated in this novel is the Christian influence and the clean wholesomeness of it. I recommend this novel to anyone who loves the Amish genre, and is ok with an open-ended conclusion. NOTE: I received an ebook copy of this novel as part of a Book Giveaway, and the review reflect only my own opinions.