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Pride And Pumpernickel

Aisha Ford

Publisher: Barbour Books

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Who says change is a good thing? Dana Edwards doesn't think so. The familiar and the predictable define her comfort zone, especially where her job managing a bakery is concerned. As a gourmet chef, Ethan Miles is the opposite--always looking for a new angle, a fresh take on an old favorite. When Dana's boss hires Ethan to revive the bakery's failing popularity, a battle develops between Mr. New and Miss Tried and True. But when the two start to fall in love, they quickly realize that separating work from romance will be difficult--especially when they disagree about who's right and who's not. Will pride be the downfall of this romance?

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