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Sawyer Drake has never known what she wants - except it isn't working in the family restaurant, which is what everyone expects. In order to outrun her destiny, or at least delay the inevitable, she bounces from job to job - and woman to woman. Nothing keeps her attention for very long. 

Nothing, that is, until she meets shy pastry chef Jori Diamantina. But Jori has no intention of risking the job she loves and a life she's comfortable with for a passing fling with Sawyer, no matter how strong the attraction. Sawyer has no idea what she wants from Jori, or from life, but she's about to find out - because Jori makes her want to stop running. 

A Place to Rest is a touching romance about the beauty of finally discovering where you belong.

©2008 Erin Dutton (P)2018 Bold Strokes Books, Inc

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Good, relateable book!!!

I enjoyed the characters immensely! They were all very likeable even when they were moody and acting like twits.Reminds me of my family when we all get together...just shaking my head!!! I did especially like the chemistry between the main characters. They sizzled from the very first and i was waiting for the sparks to ignite. And ignite they did! It was nice when it happened. The characters also were real and relateable, having just as many issues and problems as real life. Ultimately, i highly recommend the book!!