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A Daughter's Homecoming

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Gabriella Carlini loves her family. But when she returns to Lyndon Point, Washington, to help save their restaurant, she's not sure she's the right person for the job. She's spent her adult life avoiding her heritage. What she needs is a new chef to take the heat off her. Talented and experienced, Zachary Davenport seems to be the answer to her prayers. But he'
Paperback, 224 pages
Published January 21st 2014 by Love Inspired (first published December 17th 2013)
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Feb 23, 2014 Bonnie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A Daughter's Homecoming is a very good read. Gabriella goes home to help her parents run the restaurant. Her dad had a serious health issue. He is in a wheelchair, and can't run the business. Her mother has to take care of him. Gabriella doesn't want to stay in her home town very long. She has to get the business back on its feet. She meets Zachary at a dog shelter when she takes a dog there that she found at the back of her parents restaurant. Zachary use to be a chef. The restaurant closed bec ...more
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"Forgiveness, trust and starting over are central themes. The characters are very likable, and a cute dog unites them all." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars
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