Leaving the Comfort Café
Blythe Shelley got a 1600 on her SAT and a full scholarship to Cornell University. But she never went. Instead, she took a job as a waitress at the Comfort Café in Conyers, North Carolina...
Austin Parker wanted to follow his college crush to New York City, but a slumping economy prompted him to take a job as town manager of Conyers, where his master's degree was no match for the well-oiled machine of "good ol' boy" Southern politics.
Austin went to the Comfort Café to sample its famous raspberry pie, but he got much more than dessert—he got a dose of Blythe, who brings a splash of color into his gray-flannel world.
Austin is determined to discover why Blythe gave up her Ivy League ambitions.
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