Casey Michaels and Dylan Morgan have had a long distance relationship going for quite a while now as Casey wanted to go explore her dreams of becoming a photographer and traveling the world while Dylan was always more of a homebody and didn’t want to leave their small town of Marietta. Now after having doubts about her career and needing a break Casey has returned home and finds that it’s time for the talk to happen between them concerning their relationship.
Once home Casey starts to feel that maybe it’s time for her to put down some more solid roots but everyone around her seems to be waiting for that moment she runs out the door. Dylan has postponed a job interview wanting to see where things are with Casey but he feels that any moment she may leave him yet again and perhaps he should get on with his life without her. Will Casey’s grand gesture prove once and for all the two belong together?
Captured by Chocolate is the eleventh book in the Love at the Chocolate Shop series written by various authors and set in the charming small town of Marietta, Montana. Each book in the series can easily be read and understood as standalone novels as they each feature a new couple with some sort of tie to the local Copper Mountain Chocolate shop. While they can be read separately though for the long time fans following the series there is always little bits of updates on the town and previous characters.
I found this installment to the series to be another lovely little addition to this great small town romance series. The characters in this story have a long standing relationship that just needs a bit of a push to rekindle so they do already know each other and one another’s flaws so the read can go a bit deeper than a first meeting of a couple. All the while working on their struggles the story still takes readers also back to the small town charm of things you can only find in Marietta which I’ve grown to adore with each book. Definitely another great addition to the series and as always look forward to reading the next.
I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.