The Inn At Rose Harbor by Debbie Macomber: A Review

3 years ago
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Once again, Debbie Macomber doesn't fail in satisfying her readers, who want to read clean, Christian books. She had me hooked from the get go with great characters like Jo Marie: inn owner of Rose Harbor Inn who lost her military due to a helicopter crash in Afghanistan, she follows a dream to open the Inn. She names it The Inn At Rose Harbor in honor of her beloved husband. Josh: the young man who's been abused by his step father, who comes home to Cedar Creek to say his last goodbye to the dying man. He finds closure through the little time he has with this man. Abby: who comes home to Cedar Creek 15 years after the death of her best friend for her brother's wedding, to find healing and closure, the release of 15 years of guilt that she has been carrying for too long. It's a story of great renewal of all three characters, love and healing for all. As you get to know the characters, you end up laughing, crying and feeling pure moments of awe. She mixes God into the book to help you remember who is always in control of every situation.
I read this book in one day and couldn't put it down at all. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and am now starting the next one in this series today.

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