White Lies and Dark Chocolate by Dana Lynne Pitely

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... and Pitely is a master of detail as she paints Rose, Aristotle and the other characters of this novel in vivid colors and spins truly sharp and erudite dialogue. 
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Everybody loves chocolate. Well, maybe not everyone. I suppose there are a few who have never tasted chocolate. Abdul, a 10-year old and a 3-year veteran of the cocoa fields in the Ivory Coast has never had chocolate. Rose Isope, a direct descendant of the famed fabulist Aesop, has a problem with that. Rose risks her career, her love, and a fabulous pair of bold-stitched Mary Jane heels to get a piece of chocolate across continents to this lustrous-eyed field hand.

White Lies and Dark Chocolate is a novel about one person’s determination to change a common practice of doing what is easy over doing what is right. It is a novel about broken promises and unrequited love, friendship and betrayal, and inspiration and perseverance. It is a novel about a girl, a boy, and a simple piece of chocolate.
 

About Dana Lynne Pitely

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Dana Lynne Pitely has a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a Master's degree in Theological Studies. She fancies herself a second rate philosopher with fourth world ideas. She currently resides outside Scranton, Pennsylvania.
 
Published December 13, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 316 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction
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... and Pitely is a master of detail as she paints Rose, Aristotle and the other characters of this novel in vivid colors and spins truly sharp and erudite dialogue. 

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