Susannah Hapsburg is totally ready for Plan C. Plan A was to get married at 22 and have a passel of kids. Still unmarried and 31, that option is out. Plan B was to work her way up the corporate ladder. However, the company she devoted eight years to just went bankrupt, giving her a bad taste for the corporate world. Which leaves her with Plan C.
Plan C involves chocolate.
With the support of friends, Susannah puts her future on the line to open up downtown Salt Lake City’s first all-chocolate café, The Chocolate Bar, a place where scrumptious conversations and delectable desserts abound.
In the midst of all this, social turmoil hits Susannah when she catches the interest of the city’s most eligible bachelor just as her long-lost love returns to townwith intentions of marrying anyone but Susannah.
Can Plan C offer Susannah her just desserts?
"This novel is light, modern, and funny. It has the bright, quick dialogue of chick lit, but has a deeper side, an older heroine, and is kinder to the male species. Women of all ages will love it, and I suspect more than one male will chuckle his way through it as well."