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    A story of searching but not knowing what for. Being but not knowing why. Running from the past, and running from yourself. When her life gets too hard after a tragedy occurs with her best friend and a cryptic drawing by her father, Sara runs away to Las Angeles to find a job and start a new life. Sara becomes a bartender and is known for her wonderful drinks. She has an apartment and is doing okay when she gets a call that her brother is in trouble and needs help. That is when her past catches up with her. Emilie is a girl from a Creole family who left New Orleans to escape discrimination. She takes a job arranging flowers for a cafe named Yerba Buena. She has an affair with the married owner. When she meets Sara they both know that there is something special between them. This is the start of a romance between the two. It is complicated and it is off and on, but they know they have something together and can't stay away from each other. I enjoyed the strength that Sara showed and how she finally understands the drawing her father left thanks to her brother and some friends that explain what really happened to her friend. I think she showed initiative in being so young and in getting a job and supporting herself. I think that Emilie should have been more supportive of Sara, especially when her father died, but sometimes things aren't as simple as they seem. I listened to the audio book and the narrator did a fantastic job. The voices of the characters were very well defined. The sound quality was great and I really enjoyed her voice. This is a romance story that you will enjoy reading. I recommend this book. Thanks to Nina LaCour for writing a good story, to Julia Whelan for a great job narrating the book , to MacMillan Audio for publishing it and to NetGalley for making it available to me.

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