This is a superb read - it grabs you from the opening line with a gorgeous hero, American Jack Miller, blown into the tiny village of Dura in the West of Ireland in a storm. He's a wonderful blend of rugged and sophisticated just like the heroine Annie Devine's many centred chocolates. She is a chocolate maker (I loved the originality here!), has her own share of problems, and meets Jack as he wanders into the middle of a match making festival that she has been volunteered, in true family tradition, to facilitate. The story is multi layered with a plot that twists around the winding lanes of Dura, keeping you on your toes and while romance is the theme, the read will satisfy any lover of a really good story. Sally Clements has a great eye for location, character detail and dialogue and brings these together expertly. She really is an accomplished writer - I'm sure this will be the first of many successes. And what a great cover!