Chantelle Dubois needs a job. So, when her uncle Joe asks her to fill in at his diner during an emergency, she comes running. Mark Daniels is at the end of his rope. He's overworked, overtired, and overstressed at a job that he always wanted. When a call for help to fix a crashed computer comes from his uncle's business partner, Mark decides it is time to take some well-earned and much needed time off from his job. He travels to his hometown to help out at Joe's. Another emergency prolongs his stay, and Mark finds himself working alongside Chantelle to attempt the impossible. With sparks of friction between the two, can Mark and Chantelle ever run Joe's Diner as partners in peace?
About the Author
Gail Sattler lives in Vancouver, BC, where you don’t have to shovel rain, with her husband, three sons, two dogs, and a lizard who is quite cuddly for a reptile. When she’s not writing, Gail is making music, playing electric bass for a local jazz band, and acoustic bass for a community orchestra. When she’s not writing or making music, Gail likes to sit back with a hot coffee and a good book.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Joe's Diner based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
It's a good story. Nothing too original though. Liked the way the central scripture was incorporated into the story. The e-text needs work. This was the biggest draw back to the story. Hope this is just a glitch on my end.
Gail Sattler's book are always entertaining and fun. And this book was no exception. I highly recomend it.