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This is the type of story I usually avoid, but I enjoyed it - maybe I am in a subdued mood. A 36 year old publication executive on temporary assignment in Texas finds herself at a crossroad, figuratively and literally. Laura stumbles onto an old fashioned setting in the Lone Star Cafe, which sits at a crossroad used to detour around a bridge closure on the highway, at time when she questions her life's direction.
The story revolves around Laura's inner struggles as she faces personal challenges that her obsession with work cannot keep buried. She falls in love, very quickly, with a local man who has a very different background from her own. There is no bad guy chasing her or hot love scenes, but neither is there over dramatization, silly dialog, or meaningless bedroom scenes. This is a simple, straightforward story of nice people doing their best in life.
The writing is sound, which saves the tame plot. The performance is excellent.
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Know why this author sometimes will choose to write a clean book that you don't have to cringe or squirm with, and then write one full of profanity and foul language. Over all the message brings in God in a positive way but yet still leaves morality as preferable but not absolute, it is merely optional.
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