"America's favorite writer" (The New Yorker) begins an all-new trilogy-inspired by the inn she owns and the town she loves.
The historic hotel in BoonsBoro, Maryland, has endured war and peace, changing hands, even rumored hauntings. Now it's getting a major facelift from the Montgomery brothers and their eccentric mother. As the architect of the family, Beckett's social life consists mostly of talking shop over pizza and beer. But there's another project he's got his eye on: the girl he's been waiting to kiss since he was fifteen...
I have always enjoyed reading Nora’ s books but this was way too deep into the renovation of the Inn. I was more interested in the characters interaction but the author just kept talking about the rebuild. . I started speed reading about half way just to get to the end.35
Great, easy read! Excited for the next one.55
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This book has really bad writing. It's like elementary school. The guy is not even attracting, he has a foul mouth and is into this widow chic mother of 3. Got this trilogy from an estate sale. Not going to read the next two books. Don't waist your money.15
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