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    A beautifully written romance with a haunting

    I love a good old-fashioned contemporary romance with dashes of romantic suspense. So when I started reading Rest Thy Head, I was in my element as a reader. I loved the characters right away (except for Drew and Peyon’s mother of course) and was drawn into the lives of those staying and working at Rest Thy Head. Peyton discovers her fiancé Drew is cheating on her with the town floozy. She tries to break it off but her mother talks her into going through with it (rolls eyes). On her wedding day, Peyton overhears the truth about Drew and his feelings for her. She flees, leaving her mother and Drew behind. She drives towards the mountains and discovers a lovely inn called Rest Thy Head. Rest Thy Head is run by two brothers (Patrick and Jake), both of whom find Peyton beautiful. Jake, a scared war veteran, is the inn’s chef and he’s scarred both physically and emotionally. He keeps everyone at arm’s length, including Peyton. Peyton decides to stay awhile and gets herself a job at the inn. She likes Jake and befriends him. The harder he pushes her away, the closer she comes to breaking down the walls around his heart. When Peyton’s sister (Ashley) comes to stay, events happen to make Patrick, Jake and even Ashley realize how precious Peyton is to Rest Thy Head. Filled with suspense, a mysterious ghost and romance, Rest Thy Head is a winner. The ending was a bit rushed, however. But all in all, a romance to make you believe in love in all shapes and sizes. I can’t wait to read more from Elaine Cantrell! Favorite Character: Peyton. She’s such a complex character. When we’re introduced to her, I thought she was a little flighty and I felt sorry for her having to deal with such a horrid controlling mother. But as I got to know her (as she got to know herself), she’s a compassionate, loving woman who sees people for who they are, not what they look like or where they come from. I loved how she’s stubborn and wouldn’t take Jake’s no’s for answers. She’s brave and sticks up for herself and others. A person I’d feel blessed to call a friend. Favorite Quote: “You aren’t being fair. Of course people notice your scars. Unless they’re blind they’d have to, but they’d get used to your appearance. I don’t even think about the scars now. Mostly, if you want the truth, you’re still pretty hot.” My Rating: 4 stars

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