A PLACE TO CALL HOME
Having engineer Jeremy Aquilon nearby should help Zia Peters adjust to her new life in Utah. He's practically family -- her mother is his uncle's wife -- and they get along. But Jeremy's also disturbingly attractive, and one non-platonic kiss leaves both uneasy. When Zia's new job falls through, Jeremy offers her a temporary position and a place to live. Then the inevitable happens, and Zia must choose between two painful alternatives -- staying or going. Laurie Paige continues Canyon Country with A Place to Call Home (2), which suffers from a disjointed plot. Jeremy and Zia never resolve their discomfort with their changing relationship either, which leaves the reader equally unsettled.