Truffles by the Sea

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  • Title: Truffles by the Sea
  • Author: Julie Carobini
  • ISBN: 9780986229213
  • Page: 424
  • Format: ebook
  • All titles in the bestselling Chocolate Series Chocolate Beach More than 50,000 downloads Truffles by the Sea An ACFW Book of the Year Finalist Mocha Sunrise NEW Truffles by the Sea Determined to turn her life around, Gaby Flores moves to a Ventura seaside loft, takes on a new motto Be gullible no and begins to rebuild her flower store while searchiAll titles in the bestselling Chocolate Series Chocolate Beach More than 50,000 downloads Truffles by the Sea An ACFW Book of the Year Finalist Mocha Sunrise NEW Truffles by the Sea Determined to turn her life around, Gaby Flores moves to a Ventura seaside loft, takes on a new motto Be gullible no and begins to rebuild her flower store while searching for Mr So Right But when a lawsuit, an eviction notice, a near empty bank account, and quirky neighbors invade her beachy world, not even chocolate can solve her worries as her fledgling faith is put to the test.Discussion questions included.

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    1. SUMMARY: In this inspirational beach read, chocolate lover Gaby Flores moves to a Ventura seaside loft, takes on a new motto--Be gullible no more--and begins to rebuild her flower store while searching for Mr. Right. But when a lawsuit, an eviction notice, quirky neighbors, and a kayaking adventure from the dark side invade her beachy world, will her chocolate-loving ways be enough?REVIEW: This is book 2 in the Chocolate Series. I found it much more enjoyable than book 1. The story line is more [...]

    2. This was OK, didn't enjoy it anywhere near as much as the first book. To me a person who never knew her father falling in love with a father type figure is unhealthy.

    3. Easy readIt was a easy read filled with many challenges to overcome, trust in God and his plan for your life.

    4. This is the sequel/companion to Chocolate Beach. In Truffles by the Sea we read about Gabrielle's story. Everything seems to be falling apart in Gaby's life. Her employee robbed her business, her apartment burned down. She has miraculously been offered a loft apartment to live in. It is in a more upscale part of town, but the rent is amazingly low. From the day she moves in though her nosy neighbor Iris plants in her head that her landlord is a philandering Lotherio that she needs to steer clear [...]

    5. Follow up to Chocolate Beach! This second in the Chocolate series was an ACFW Book of the Year Finalist. Determined to turn her life around, Gaby Flores moves to a Ventura seaside loft, takes on a new motto--Be gullible no more--and begins to rebuild her flower store while searching for Mr. So Right. But when a lawsuit, an eviction notice, a near-empty bank account, and quirky neighbors invade her beachy world, not even chocolate can solve her worries as her fledgling faith is put to the test. D [...]

    6. Gaby's life seems to be falling apart. Her apartment burnt down, her assistant robbed her small little floral business, and to top it all off her car just broke down. Her friend found her a loft on the beach. Gaby has decided to try to make the best of everything that is going on. She is determined to get her floral shop back up and running. She's not looking for love just trying to survive life. In her new neighbor hood she meets the neighborhood gossip and hears all about the neighbors and her [...]

    7. I thought- how could one woman have so many bad things happen and still keep on going? A 33 year old woman is floundering with her business(after an associate stole everything) lost her home ( fire)and discovers that the men she likes aren't for her. She moves into a loft of a home. She finds quite an odd assortment of neighbors. Her car quits- she get sued- she nearly drowns- she almost loses the dog of the guy she thinks she is in love with- her mom is sick- she doesn't know who her father is- [...]

    8. First, I have to disclose that this was a free kindle book at the time I 'purchased' it (in 2012). I’m trying to clean up my kindle and read books that I've had on it for awhile. I certainly had to force myself to finish this book. But to be fair, I also believe that this book is just not my cup of tea.Gaby seemed to me to be a bit flaky and somewhat judgmental and very gullible instead of going with own instincts. It also appears that the author remembered about a third of the way through the [...]

    9. Liked this better than Chocolate Beach but loved having Bri and Doug in this one! Predictable and she's a bit dense, but an easy fun read. I'm a sucker for anything involving a beach and what's not to like about chocolate. I instantly liked Jake and loved all the quirky neighbors and the sarcastic comments Gaby keeps to herself, but we get to read. Would have liked a better development of her relationship with Jake and a heap more of her hilarious mother! She made me laugh! I've got my fingers c [...]

    10. Truffles by the Sea by Julie Carobini is a very sweet story. Gabby was living her life like so many do. She was doing what she thought she was supposed to, thought she was allowing God to guide her, knowing she was not always making good decisions. She gets caught up in a series of events that threaten to do her in financially and emotionally. I'll give her this, she stuck to her guns in her moral decisions. This is a sweet story that ends not unexpectedly. This book would make a great "by the b [...]

    11. The number one word that came to mind when I read this book was INSIPID. I suppose if you really want Christian-centered chick lit, you might enjoy it more. I, however, was too distracted by how the author glossed over inconsistencies in the even-more-predictable-than-usual-plot, how impossible it seems that an author, editor, and copy editor would all miss so many incorrect usages, and how the characters all seemed to speak the same ridiculous way. I wouldn't have read past page 20 except it wa [...]

    12. Cute story and well written but just didn't hold my interest. Didn't finish it in fact. Why? The only reason I can think of is that this is a genre I don't care for. The ones I really like are historical romance, stories that feature either Amish or Mennonite characters and of course those are contemporary, and novels based on Scripture events. Looks like I need to stick to those, at least for now.

    13. The main character had one bad thing after another happen to her. She does keep on but she doesn't seem to face reality. This book is billed as Christian literature but I felt like the author tried too hard (and not very successfully) to make it fit that genre. It felt like she just threw in a reference to God whenever she remembered. I read a lot of Christian fiction and I found this book a bit of a disappointment in that area.

    14. In this second book of the series, I was pleased with the further development of the Gaby character. Actually, I found Gaby to be a tad annoying in the first book, so was happy to see her go in another direction. Truffles By The Sea was enjoyable albeit not as zany as the first book, but that was O.K. I liked the overall tone of this one better. Just as with Chocolate Beach, 3.5 stars would be the right rating for me. Glad I found this author.

    15. I purchased the ebook for 99 cents through BookBub so maybe I got what I paid for. I enjoyed this Christian beach read except for all the very annoying grammatical and proof reading errors I ran across throughout the entire book. Things like then instead of than, their instead of there, her instead of the. I haven't read anything else by this author and not sure I want to if that is the quality I am going to get.

    16. Free kindle book. Easy reading. Didn't realize it was a Christian chick-lit book when I started it, but it wasn't overly Christian if that makes sense. I liked how Gabrielle perceived peoples lives and once she made a connection with those people, their lives were not how she perceived them. In other words "Don't judge a book by the cover." Is good to be reminded of this every now and then.

    17. good book. It got a little strange at times because so many bad things happened to this girl. She could not seem to turn around without something catastrophic happening. But it was interesting to see how she worked through it and depended on God's guidance to help her through.It is a good quick easy read and entertaining. I like the writing style of Julie CArobini.

    18. This probably could have been a very good story if the author had chosen to not load the lead character with crisis after crisis. What we end up with is a young woman almost falling apart and it becomes tiresome. Fortunately I stuck with the story and in the end, it does work itself out to a degree.

    19. Deliciously GoodAnother winner for Julie Carobini. This second book in the series continued the theme of love and trusting God's plan for our lives. The scene when Gaby has communion made me cry, as remembering WHY we have communion always does. I'm starting the third book tonight and hope it's as good as the previous two in the Chocolate series.

    20. This book was funny and very dramatic. That's a good thing because I like funny and amusing books. :) I was really confused about if there was ever a turning point in the story though. It was and amusing book, but I was waiting for a build up and release like most stories and when the book ended, I was like, "That's it??". That's why i rated it 3 stars.

    21. This was just an ok read for me. I had trouble understanding how the romance between Gaby and Jake since they didn't spend that much time together. Although I appreciated Gaby's postive attitude inspite of all the things that had gone wrong in her life, I found her thoughts often jumbled disjointed with what she spoke to others.

    22. This is a fun read about Gaby, who lives in a rented home on the sea.She has a hard-luck life, two men to choose from, a dying business, and nosey neighbors. There is an inspirational flair as well.

    23. This is the second book in the chocolate series. Gaby loses her home to a fire and is forced to find new digs. Little did she know all that would take place when she moved in to a place along the beach. Lots of happenings and a test of faith. Another fantastic book by Julie Carobini.

    24. Beach GirlGaby has a lot to learn about trust. And through this story, she learns through series of events, to trust God. Even at her worst of worst, her best friend is unavailable. Great read and sequel to Chocolate Beach.

    25. Another fun, easy read although the voice feels like the same as the first book of the series. I'm currently on the third book and again, I can't tell the voices apart. Nevertheless, it did have an interesting twist and a few surprises with the characters. It's definitely great summer reading.

    26. I really enjoyed this book. It is a sweet book based on rough parts of life and testing our faith in God! Gaby is determined to make it all work, and just when I thought she would throw in the towel, she finds a way. She lets Him take over to wonderful results. I didn't want to put it down.

    27. Delightful. At times aggravating, and sometimes predictable, and then, maybe not, and then, a new twist and a quirk, and then batta-bing, a satisfying ending with a wonderful message that we need to watch out for preconceived conclusions in our own life and that of others.

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