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Review: The Inn at Rose Harbor

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Melanie Smith

In the Pacific Northwest, a pleasant young war widow purchases a bedandbreakfast, a lovely historic building full of homey charms. The owner is green, foregoing her job and home on a whim to start fresh and without knowing one thing about the hospitality business. Jo Marie Rose feels she has dwelt in grief long enough and has decided to rely on instinct. This is a story about finding happiness and ... Read full review

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This is a beautiful romance novel where one can find lessons learned by characters and apply them to him/herself. Story of young widow who starts out her new life and career in different part of country. While staying at her B&B her guests find peace and healing to their problems and long term turmoil.
Just beautiful stories of three individuals, and only Macomber knows how to intertwine and present separate stories in same book. Job well done again!
 

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The Inn at Rose Harbor
Compelling! This is another jewel from Debbie!

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Great read!
I enjoyed this book so much...I can't wait for the next book in this series!

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