top of page

Review- S(mint)ten Chocolate Chip

Book Details: S(mint)ten Chocolate Chip Tiffany Carby #ContemporaryRomance #InspirationalRomance Published: July 1st, 2019 Print Length: 199 pages Publisher: Crazy Ink Player Nik has figured out that it’s time to hang up his hat when it comes to one night stands. His pride has been scarred and his head is hung low when a new lady enters his office at The Mint. Noey is a successful career woman who’s only wish in life is for things to slow down a little. But if things slowed down, would her success continue? She gets passed off to meet with Nik by his boss who doesn’t seem to have time for her, but what she finds instead is a single bachelor she can’t get out of her head. Noey’s successful blog has her setup to take a road trip across the country in search of the best ice cream spots voted on by her fans. What she quickly realizes is the lonesome trip sounds a lot better with her new friend in tow. Is one night in DC enough for Noey to think about taking a stranger across country? Or will this new relationship melt before her tires hit the road?


Today I would love to share this little gem with you! S(mint)ten Chocolate Chip is part of the Ice Cream Shop Series. There are a total of 31 books in that series. This novella just happens to be the first book released in that series. This work of art was written by Tiffany Carby. I like to refer to her as my "Indie Nora Roberts". Tiffany certainly knows how to make me swoon over her characters. Check out her Company of Griffins series and you will totally get what I mean. S(mint)ten Chocolate Chip was such a fun read. It was like tagging along on an adventure with Nik and Noey. They made several stops along the way tasting different varieties of ice cream for Noey's blog. I enjoyed the small references that Carby made to some of the other shops in the series. The characters made this story enjoyable. Noey is just as sweet as can be. Nik is a very motivated individual and if I am being honest, I think meeting Noey did him a lot of good. Nik and Noey are a fantastic couple. They just click and know how to have a good time. Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I thought it was an engaging and fun read and the characters really added to that. Carby did a wonderful job with the ending as well. I know I will be looking forward to reading more about Nik and Noey in the future. Indie Book Addict Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


About the Author

Author Tiffany Carby is a Kentucky native skilled in the art of storytelling. A journalist, columnist, and blogger who works in communications, she has a knack for narrative that keeps her story flowing.

Not all of her storytelling skills came from the classroom. Being born in Louisville and spending time in central and southeastern areas of the commonwealth, Carby developed a sharp ear for dialogue and an appreciation for the tales spun by friends and family from the South and Appalachia. As a Southerner, yes, she says "y'all," drinks sweet tea, and shares a love of college basketball with most of her fellow residents of the Bluegrass state.

Writing wasn't just a goal; it was a destiny for Carby. She wrote her first book while in the fifth grade--a story about an alien with a one-of-a-kind name, Orangepeachrumple. Though it didn't circulate farther than her parents, she was hooked. Though publishing many non-fiction works over the years, She's a Tiger Lily was the debut of her fiction work and beginning of her Company of Griffins series. Since then she has added another growing series called Mint Condition.

Carby resides near Lexington, Kentucky, with her husband, curly-headed moppet of a daughter, and two cats (only one of whom actually likes her). Stay up to date with the latest on Tiffany's work. | Amazon | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram|

bottom of page