By Cathy Cassidy
Take pleasure in a flavor of the Chocolate field ladies, the fantastic sequence from Cathy Cassidy, bestselling writer of Angel Cake, Gingersnaps and Cherry Crush.
Shay, the boy with the cool blond fringe and the blue guitar, the boy who smells of darkness and the sea, is Cherry's boyfriend. however it wasn't consistently this fashion. as soon as, he used to be in love with Honey, Cherry's oldest step-sister. considering that their break-up, bitterness has twisted each note she's acknowledged to him.
Now Honey wishes his aid. may still Shay succeed in out to her - or is it more secure to guide clear?
Dip into the scrumptious international of the Chocolate field women, as for the 1st ever time Shay will get the opportunity to inform his personal tale. And don't pass over the remainder of the Chocolate field women sequence: Cherry weigh down, Marshmallow Skye and Summer's Dream.
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It was the size of a walnut and it was wrapped in thin golden foil. I peeled off the foil. It was a piece of chocolate-covered candy. I broke it open. It was a cherry. Red juice spilled onto the ground. I ate it. I licked my fingers. It was no hazelnut buttercream, but it was close. When I looked up, the little girl was on the step. ” she said. “Yes,” I said. “But my favorites are buttercreams. ” “I planted it in the spring,” she said. “I planted a potato seed. It was supposed to be a potato. But nobody picked it when it was time to dig potatoes.
It was no hazelnut buttercream, but it was close. When I looked up, the little girl was on the step. ” she said. “Yes,” I said. “But my favorites are buttercreams. ” “I planted it in the spring,” she said. “I planted a potato seed. It was supposed to be a potato. But nobody picked it when it was time to dig potatoes. ” She threw her arms out and shrugged to show that everybody missed it. “So it became candy. That’s what happens when a potato stays in the ground too long. ” “No,” I said. “My name is Misha Pilsudski.
If they shoot at you, you’re a Jew. I told you not to go out at night. ” He flicked on the lighter, smacked me again, and flicked off the lighter. It was true. He had told me. It was also true that I didn’t listen. I had sneaked out while he slept. To show him I understood, I smacked myself. Before I went to sleep I remembered my pocket. I pulled out the thing I had found on Janina’s step. Feeling it, I could tell it was a hair bow. I guessed it was red, the one she had worn on her birthday.
Bittersweet (The Chocolate Box Girls, Book 2.5) by Cathy Cassidy