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She shares this bed and breakfast idea with her neighbor, Galen King, and he offers to help her renovate the basement into a small bed & breakfast. Rose’s older daughter Bethany is not fully on board with the bed and breakfast idea, but Rose’s younger children are very supportive.
When the first couple that stayed at Rose’s house spreads the word about the new bed and breakfast in Stoney Ridge, people begin calling and wanting to make reservations. Rose and the children find themselves with several very interesting visitors. Rose also realizes that she is able to share her faith with a few of the visitors. However, near the end of the book a mystery develops which made for a very intriguing end of the story.
I will repeat – this was a very enjoyable book and a delight to read. I highly recommend. (reviewed P.Howard)
DISCLOSURE: A review copy was provided to us by the publisher, Revell a division of Baker Publishing Group for the purpose of our honest review. Opinions expressed are solely those of the reviewer.