The Queen of Comfort Reading Debbie Macomber is known for her homemade blueberry muffins and knitting has done it once again with her book The Inn at Rose Harbor.
Welcome to Cedar Cove where it feels like home since everyone is friendly with one another. The novel centers around three main characters.
JoMarie is seeking a fresh start after the death of her army soldier husband with whom she was married to for only a year decides to open a bed and breakfast.
Her first guest Joshua Weaver came back to Cedar Cove to take care of his cranky stepfather who despises Joshua and doesn’t want anything from him. Can they reconcile their differences? There’s a long-lost, high school acquaintance who will teach Joshua a lesson about forgiveness and a possible relationship will develop between the two.
Then there’s Abby Kincaid, who has returned to Cedar Cove because of her brother’s wedding. It’s the first time she’s back home, and she does not want to be there due to all the painful memories since she was responsible for her BFF (best friend forever) premature death. Can Abby learn to let go and move forward?
Debbie Macomber’s The Inn at Rose Harbor is about family, friends and home finding love and forgiveness behind the doors of the Inn at Rose Harbor.
Note: Special thanks to the publishers for providing me with a complimentary copy of The Inn at Rose Harbor.
For more information regarding the author Debbie Macomber, please visit her website at http://www.debbiemacomber.com.
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