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Tim Gardner has worked hard to rebuild the family business after his older brother nearly destroyed it. He’s restored the clientele base and the restaurant's reputation. But if Rachel Martin can’t get her act together, she won’t fulfill his orders for the Gardner’s Gazebo signature dessert, a gold-leaf cheese cake, which also happens to be Rachel’s secret recipe. When Rachel Martin's partner abandons their bakery and catering business to study with the master chefs in Paris, she's left with nothing but bills and obligations-and no one in Portlandville seems able or willing to help her. No one except for Timothy Gardner, and she knows the handsome young man is only after one thing—her cheese cake. But as she gets to know him, during her time of need, she wonders if maybe there’s a little bit more in the mix. And as Tim gets to know Rachel, he finds himself wanting to be her Good Samaritan--permanently.
email@example.com (Saturday, 07 April 2012)
Left in the lurch when her business partner leaves her, Rachel doesn’t need the additional hassle from one of her clients over orders she can’t
fulfil. Nor does is she about to sell him her secret recipe—even if it is the signature dish for his restaurant. In Samaritan, Ms. Bayne has crafted
a wonderful tale of growing friendship, faith and love. The characters spring to life on the pages of the story in a way that has you rooting for them
from the get go. Beautiful settings, mouthwatering food you can almost smell, enhance the story making it a joy to read.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Thursday, 09 February 2012)
Caught up in the mess left by the owner of the company, Rachel has to find a way to make a go of it on her own. Dealing with one crisis after another
she shows her strength of character and her willingness to do whatever she needs to because she is fully committed running the shop on her own.rnrnTim
has a lot at stake too, and goes through some major internal battles between what's best for the restaurant, as well as what's right - and what's best
for himself personally. Toss a bit of emotional attraction into the mix and sometimes it's hard to know what he should do.rnrnWhat a wonderful story
of learning to be independent and self-reliant - and then realizing there's more to life. Learning to lean on God and to trust others is a lot of work
and it can get a bit confusing sometimes trying to figure out what's best for everyone.rnrnGreat job, Robin! I loved it!
email@example.com (Thursday, 09 February 2012)
Robin Bayne has created a charming and fun novel. Great storyline, interesting read from beginning to end. I enjoyed getting to know main characters
Rachel and Tim, their faith, their grace, their insecurities. A well developed story with romance laced in and a happy ending! A heartwarming must
read novel~enjoy!~Mary Annslee Urban