Live, Love, and Eat Chocolate

Live, Love, and Eat Chocolate

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When Amy and her family move to a new state, she quickly learns how much fun it is to be new-not! Everywhere Amy looks, she's surrounded by boys-stupid boys-including her own older brother, Rich. Rich loves to torment Amy, and as soon as he makes new friends, Craig and Joel, in the neighborhood, he has an alliance within. Amy must endure their "friendship" in order to avoid being friendless and alone. The thing about boys is they eventually grow up. And as Amy and Joel mature, their feelings for each other do too. The only problem is they never seem to like each other at the same time. One minute they are fast friends-or maybe a little more-and the next, they're sworn enemies. Through the rollercoaster ride of high school and the trials of becoming an adult, Amy always has chocolate to get her through her day. Boys may come and go, but Hershey, Nestle, and See's are here to stay.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.92mm | 344.73g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514199084
  • 9781514199084

About Abby Irish

Abby Irish earned a master's degree in education with an emphasis in counseling. She is active in several philanthropic organizations in the Phoenix area. Abby is a breast cancer survivor since 2007, and the proceeds from her books go toward making booby pillows for mastectomy patients. She has been married to her husband Craig for thirty-three years. They have a son and a daughter, who are both graduates of the University of Arizona. They also have two canines, Bomber and Lily. Abby loves to watch movies, eat chocolate, play competitive tennis, eat more chocolate, paint on the side (not the house), spend time with her family and friends, and then eat more chocolate-which she will do until she dies. She is the author of There's Always Chocolate, Chocolate Therapy, and also has written for The Moon Valley Tattler, a local Phoenix, Arizona, newspaper.show more

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