So she leaves her Louisiana home against her parents' wishes. Hollywood in the 1940s isn't what she expected, but even a mugging fails to dim the starlight in her eyes. When acting roles seem hard to get, she takes a job as a waitress. Rob Tratelli, son of a famous movie producer, hates the emptiness of the Hollywood lifestyle. To help a friend, he takes on the job as cook in a diner, and there he meets a lovely Southern girl. As he loses his heart to Amalie Breaux, Rob fears his real identity could cause her to love him for the wrong reasons. Can she make things right at home and in her heart? Will Amalie trust God to fulfill her Bayou Dreams? "There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment." — 1 John 4:18
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This book was a quick read. I picked it up last night and finished it before I went to bed. I did not want to put it down. I appreciated the familiar characters from Bayou Fever, as well as really liked the new characters introduced in this novel. I would recommend it to anyone. I definitely will be passing this along to my mother.