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With her restaurant on the brink of failure, Kelley Martin comes home to Hearts Crossing Ranch both to renew her spirit and make some quick cash as chuck cook on the family’s famed city slicker wagon train adventures. Falling for handsome temporary geneticist Jason Easterday is definitely not on her list of things to do. And despite her wavering faith, Jason’s lack thereof shows her there’s no future for them...even if his kisses indicate otherwise. Always on the move, Jason Easterday has lived his life searching for...something. When he meets Kelley Martin and allows God into his life, Jason feels he's finally found his place. With Kelley at his side, he'll have a home of his own and a wife to adore. But Kelley won't give him the time of day, and she's leaving town to return to her ex. Now, he must find a way to hold his ground, get her back, and remain where his heart has led him.
email@example.com (Sunday, 22 July 2012)
Soul Food is a delicious treat to savor. Kelley Martin and Jason Easterday are an unlikely yet delightful pair. Jason is staunch anti-marriage while
Kelley has come from a long line of blessed unions. As Kelley struggles to save her fledgling vegetarian restaurant in the heart of cattle country,
Jason struggles to find his place with God. The two bond in a way that warms the soul. Ms. Hanson's touch of humor and the delcious food descriptions
make this story a true delight.rnrnEnjoy your helping of Soul Food today!
firstname.lastname@example.org (Thursday, 24 May 2012)
Soul Food - that's what Ms. Hanson's been giving us in bite size pieces with each one of her stories in this series! I love it!rnrnFrom heartbreak and
disappointment at possibly failing at her dream, Kelley joins her family on the wagon train and finds not just the peace and direction she needs, but
the piece of her heart that was missing.rnAnd although Kelley and Jason get off to an uncertain start, they certainly find their way to where they
belong...together.rnrnOnce again, great story, wonderful cowboy, and terrific story line! Who would've thought...a vegetarian chef in a cattle family.
Certainly makes for some interesting mixes!