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    I really enjoyed this one. These characters were amazing and the overall story was completely entertaining. Excellent writing and a nice flow to the story made it a great read. Allison Stuart is a free spirit and her family just doesn't get her. While they are all doctors and lawyers she's found her happy owning a small diner in her small hometown. The bright lights of the city just aren't for her. Luke Hamilton is a man running from his troubles. The last woman he trusted got him into all sorts of trouble and may cost him his restaurant in Chicago. If he can just hide out from the process server for another couple of months his troubles will go away. That's how he ends up in Allison's life! She's in a bind and he needs somewhere to hideout. Cooking in her small diner will keep him busy and give her the help she needs. That is if they don't kill each other first....or fall in love! I would definitely recommend this one.
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    Christmas Romance

    Two chefs, two restaurants, two cities, two people that fall for one another BUT can they find a way for it to work with five hundred miles between their domiciles? Allison Stuart owns The Pantry. She provides great comfort diner food for a moderate price. She loves her work, her recipes and the town she lives in. She is the last of her siblings still single and they all want her to experience wedded bliss and have what they do in life. She is not averse to the idea BUT is not willing to settle. That said, since she is looking for THE ONE she is done with flings…even though… Luke Hamilton owns Le Cygne Noir in Chicago and is head chef, too. One of his managers slipped a contract in with papers he was signing and now he is on the run from process servers. When he lands in Pineville and his motorcycle dies he is stuck. An opportunity to cook and to help Allison out pops up while he is sitting in her diner and as a result he takes on the position of…till her friend Sadie’s wedding reception is catered, his motorcycle is fixed and he is ready to move on. As Luke spends time in Pineville he relaxes, makes friends and enjoys cooking for the sake of cooking. As Allison and Luke get to know one another better things heat up BUT is there any hope for a HEA for them with all that is working against them? Perhaps…or perhaps not. This is an easy, fun to read, small town romance that takes place during the holiday season. I enjoyed it and hope you will, too. Oh, what was “the swap”? Read to the book and see ;) Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books-LyricalShine for the ARC – This is my honest review.

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