Camille Murdock is a mild-mannered owner of a coffee house café. Bianca Murdock, wounded in love, is a pseudo-militant civil rights activist who free-lances as a journalist. The Murdock Sisters are forced to face their differences in life and love when Camille meets and falls for the handsome, up and coming executive, Preston Warner Hughes. Surprises and drama surface when Bianca, while following a lead, uncovers a plot which could destroy Preston, his career, and ultimately her sister Camille. This discovery may also put Bianca on a path towards love. The lines of sisterhood are drawn and tested between healing, romance and hate. Which one will prevail?
|Publisher:||Mosaic Paradigm Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)|
About the Author
In 2005, Cynthia launched a book publishing company originally created to self-publish her own titles, but quickly decided she wanted to help others who had dreams of publication. Cynthia is the owner and CEO of Mosaic Paradigm Group, LLC. Cynthia resides in the suburbs of Baltimore with her husband and their two wonderful children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
AWESOME! Whyte Chocolate is an excellent tale of the love shared between two sisters and the differences that make them unique. This book was well written and hits all notes - drama, humor, suspense and romance. Once I turned the page, I couldn't put the book down. Whyte Chocolate is a must read! I would love to read a sequel or even see this on the BIG Screen.
Whyte Chocolate – Great Read! I truly enjoyed reading this book, most of all I loved the relationship between the two sisters. Camille and Bianca are like oil and water, but you can genuinely feel the love they have for one another. I found the other characters creatively written as well as the plot. There were parts of the story that did not feel cliché, instead I found them refreshing and captivating. I was really moved by the author’s descriptive writing style, there were scenes that I could truly visualize. Whyte Chocolate is filled with romance, humor, and numerous revelatory moments. I would certainly recommend this book to others.
Just finished reading and enjoyed until end. Wonderful story showcasing tested sisterly love. Recommend reading.