What do you do when life dares you to take a detour from your well-planned route to personal fulfillment? Would you keep your eyes on the prize and hope you weren’t missing out on something better? Or would you deviate from the yellow brick road and risk it all for love?
Seven years after beginning her career in the hospitality industry, Rachel is enjoying a well-earned management position at the Covington Hotel. With a fantastic job, a small circle of loyal friends, and a loving family, what more could she want? She dreams of owning a lodging establishment, but the day when she’ll be her own boss is still a long way off. In the meantime, it’s work, work, and more work. Since every dollar earned puts her closer to her financial goal, Rachel is content to keep her nose to the grindstone—that is, until she crosses paths with a delectable British expat. Can this charming executive chef convince her that he’s exactly what she needs?
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About the Author
Natasha Lockhart is a former primary school teacher. After completing eleven years as an educator, she decided to pursue her dream of being a writer. Her love of historical novels began in fourth grade when she was introduced to the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Since then, Natasha has been time travelling through literature and enjoying every minute of it. Her obsession with romance novels came years later after a couple of less-than-satisfying relationships. Books detailing the happily ever afters of fictional characters were like an oasis in the desert during her single years.
Natasha is now happily married and the mother of two precocious daughters and one laid-back son. When she's not writing or tending to her husband's demands, she works as an on-call chauffeur, personal assistant, and cheerleader for her three children.
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