PRINCE OF GRANOLA
BOOK ONE IN THE PLANTATION OF WHITE TREASURE SERIES
The fabled Costa Rican Plantation of White Treasure, source of the rarest form of the cacao bean, is up for sale. Though two fierce competitors have been invited to bid on it, only one can win.
For Drew Hopkins, purchasing the plantation is the perfect solution to escape a life she never wanted.
For Robert Prince, it’s the perfect route to revenge.
Drew, the founder’s daughter and now CEO of HH Chocolate, heads a company whose sales are waning. Robert, CEO of Prince Organics, a man driven by excellence, despises everything and everyone labeled Hopkins.
But it wasn’t always that way.
Will their forced proximity at the lush and exotic plantation rekindle old flames or will it fan the fires of antagonism?
Cacao has always been a symbol of wealth, love, and power. From the ancient Maya and Anasazi peoples who drank the pleasantly bitter brew to the European noblemen and religious hierarchy who began to dine on it at their gilded baroque tables, to current times where you can indulge in gold-leafed truffles in boutique chocolate shops or bar-shaped candy off a grocery shelf, chocolate has been cherished, fought over and delighted in.
If you’re interested in an in-depth history of chocolate, The True History of Chocolate by Sophie D. Coe and Michael D. Coe is a must read.
I love visiting other places by reading a great story with an awesome setting such as this one. Once I started reading I couldn’t put the book down.
The characters are well-developed, fun to get to know and it is easy to feel their emotions.
The story is excellent, the cover of the book fit the story perfectly and the title for the story couldn’t have been better. I highly recommend this book to other readers. It has a great storyline, romance and plenty of drama to keep you interested.
I give this book a literary rating of 5/5
Vickie at Rockin’ Book Reviews