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The Inn At Rose Harbor (Book Review)

This is the first in a lovely and heartfelt series by Debbie Macomber. The story focuses on three characters interrelated through their meeting at the Rose Harbor Inn. Each is their own worst enemy as they are tormented in their minds by past events.

Healing, forgiveness, loss, moving on with life… All these are explored in this book while emphasizing the importance of friendship and family.

Jo Marie bought the Inn with the inheritance from her late husband who died in a helicopter crash. Abby is back for the first time in 20 years since the car accident that killed her best friend, Angela. Josh wants nothing to do with his Step-father and is only in Cedar Cove to take care of some of the details pertaining to his last days. It was a deep story but one that shows us how many beautiful things can come from pain.

Synopsis:

The Rose Harbor Inn welcomes you to Cedar Cove…

From the minute she sees the Rose Harbor Inn, Jo Marie Rose knows that this is the place that will help her find the peace she craves. And if the inn can comfort her, surely it can offer the same refuge to her first two guests.

Joshua Weaver has come home to care for his ailing stepfather. The two have never seen eye to eye, but a long-lost acquaintance proves to him that forgiveness is not out of reach and love can bloom in the unlikeliest places.

Abby Kinkaid left Cedar Cove twenty years ago after a devastating accident. But as she reconnects with family and old friends, she realizes that she needs to let the past go if she is to embrace her future.

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