Chocolate Shoes And Wedding Blues: Book Club Questions

A Book Club is always a good way to bond with those people who share your love of books, but occasionally the group needs a little prompting on discussion topics to get the conversation flowing. Please find below a few ideas to get things started.

  1. What were you expecting from the book to start with? Did the book meet your expectations? If not, what was different?
  2. How did the book make you feel while you were reading it? Have any other books made you feel the same way?
  3. Do you know anyone with a relationship like Aunt Nan and Tansy? Who are they?
  4. How do you feel about in depth descriptions of food in books? Do you love it or hate it?
  5. If you could have Tansy make one of Nan’s recipes for you, which would it be?
  6. Did anyone guess what Aunt Nan’s secret was? How do you feel about the way it effected her life?
  7. How does the theme of secrets run through the book? Were any of them necessary secrets?
  8. Which secret was the biggest surprise to you? Were there any that you saw coming?
  9. How did you feel about the ending? Did everything tie up in the way you wanted it to? Would you have preferred a different ending?
  10. How did you feel about the way the various romances played out through the story? Are there any couples you feel are better matched than the others?
  11. How does the book handle the management of grief?                        
  12. If you were Tansy setting up a specialist shoe shop, what would you have liked to add or change? Which bit would you find the most exciting?
  13. The relationship Tansy has with her friends and Aunt Nan are really special in the book. Which do you think is the stronger theme through the book – friendship or romance?
  14. Have you read any other Trisha Ashley Books? How does this one compare?

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