Friday, 6 April 2012

Chocolate Aftertaste

A while ago I read a young adult fantasy novel, Tangi’s Teardrops, by Liz Grace Davis and enjoyed it very much. When I’d read it, my first thought was that I wished she wrote for adults as I loved her style of writing – well she has done just that!

Chocolate Aftertaste (isn’t that a wonderful title?) is released today and I am looking forward very much to reading it.

At her pre-wedding dinner, Nora Darkin, the daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur, discovers her fiancé is not the man she thought he was. As her father hoists his glass to toast them, she makes an announcement: there will be no wedding to her father's right-hand man.

Due to the fresh rift driven between her and her father, Nora escapes to the quaint town of Dreara. Determined to live her life her own way, she makes new friends and pursues her lifelong desire of becoming a chef. Ethan, a neighbour with his own broken heart, helps soothe hers.

Just as Nora discovers what it means to be happy, and she begins to fall in love with Ethan, a woman from his past re-enters his life...

Liz Grace Davis is a Namibian author. She grew up in Angola, Namibia, South Africa and Germany. She now lives with her husband in Vienna, Austria. Growing up, Liz spent most of her days in school libraries, diving into the world of books. In her spare time she loves to travel as well as creating jewellery and digital scrapbooks. She's in her element when she is doing anything that requires creativity.

You can find Liz on Facebook, at her blog and at Goodreads – and you can see a trailer for Chocolate Aftertaste here.

Liz’s book is available to buy from Amazon and Smashwords.

Good luck with Chocolate Aftertaste, Liz - I can't wait to read it!


  1. Thank you for introducing us to this author, I didn't know her name at all, but will look out for this.

    Happy Easter.

  2. What a delicious title! Sounds an interesting story - thanks for highlighting it Teresa.

  3. Thanks so much, Teresa. I'm very honored:-)

  4. I really like the sound of this book and that title is gorgeous. Many thanks, Teresa. I shall have a look for this right now.

  5. Anything with 'chocolate' in the title has to be good :0) Looking forward to reading this.


  6. Elizabeth McKay6 April 2012 at 15:45

    I like the sound of this one!

  7. Sounds like a very good read. I'll look out for it.

    Happy Easter everyone!

  8. I've never heard of this author but it sounds like a book worth trying. Especially with a title like that.

  9. Thank you for introducing me to this author and to this book.

    Happy Easter.x

  10. This does sound like a scrummy yummy read just like the title!! After Chocolate! Wonderful! Good luck with your novel Liz and great to meet you! Take care

  11. Thank you so much everyone for stopping by and for the kind words. Thanks again, Teresa.

  12. Thanks for all the comments - I hope everyone had a lovely Easter in spite of the typical weather!

    You're welcome, Liz - I'm hoping to get properly stuck in to Chocolate Aftertaste this week :-) x

  13. Hi Teresa,
    Sorry for my delay in arriving at your superbly written site. I've been um..multi-tasking! :)
    Indeed, just the title is intriguing and makes one hunger for more.
    All the best with this Liz and thank you, Teresa, for bringing further awareness of this author.
    With respect and happy writing, your way, Gary x

  14. Thank you for stopping by, Gary x

  15. What lovely comments. I'm so touched.