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Men, Money and Chocolate

Men, Money and Chocolate

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By (author) Menna van Praag

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  • Publisher: Hay House UK Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 256 pages
  • Dimensions: 129mm x 193mm x 18mm | 240g
  • Publication date: 13 March 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 184850084X
  • ISBN 13: 9781848500846
  • Sales rank: 179,430

Product description

'Well,' she began, 'it's, it is sort of autobiographical, about my journey from being lost in a world of thoughts and desires...my obsession with men, money and chocolate, to eventually finding my heart and soul...and discovering that true happiness doesn't come from any of those things, but from being the most glorious being you can be'. Maya is a firmly stuck thirty-something who takes comfort in her cafe, her food and her unsuccessful relationships. A chance encounter with a customer leads to her transformation from gloomy to goddess, and the realisation that life, with all its pitfalls and problems, offers the opportunity to become so much more than who we are - to grow and be and above all love! Mirroring Menna's own experiences, "Men, Money and Chocolate" is the voice for every woman wanting to get out of the rut, find true love, and know we have - and have always had - the power to be blissfully, wonderfully happy!

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Author information

Menna van Praag is a freelance writer, journalist, Oxford graduate and chocolate aficionado. A chance conversation with her mother over the breakdown of her relationship sparked a unique insight into love and life that, over four years, developed into Men, Money and Chocolate. Menna now lives happily in Cambridge with her husband, and is hard at work on her next book. Author Residence: Cambridge, UK

Review quote

Enlightening and sweet spiritual self-help novel -- Emily Dubberly Scarlet Magazine 20090701