An almost perfect evening can be easily ruined by a profession of love.
Moonlight streaming through the windows, the café’s comforting aromas, a nearly overflowing dining room, delicious food, poetry…and Claude. Deirdre knows she has to stop him, but she doesn't know how. In Lake Vista, a small resort town tucked in the California foothills, Deirdre finds that there are more questions than answers. And Claude is the least of her problems.
In LA, Deirdre’s perfectly constructed life made sense—a lucrative, albeit boring, career and an adoring boyfriend. But when her beloved grandmother tumbles down the stairs, Deirdre returns to Lake Vista and picks up the reins at Rosie’s café. Temporarily. But running a small town café is more complicated than Deirdre could have ever imagined. A food thief, a haunted house, a matchmaking grandmother and a handsome stranger—Deirdre doesn't know what to do with the apron strings. Until she sees a light in the café’s attic. A light that, like her, doesn't belong. Or does it?