The Red Door Inn, by Liz Johnson

RDI – the letters which appear on some monogrammed, embroidered linens in an antique shop near the inn. The inn which featuers mightily in the setting of this novel. The inn which almost feels like character until itself.

The inn is ultimately named Rose’s Red Door Inn — after a tumultuous time of preparation. The inn needs a lot of work. And so do the characters who inhabit it while it’s being renovated. The old man who owns it is a widow, his nephew has been burned in an exploitative relationship, and the young lady who washes up at their doorstep has been betrayed by her own father.

These characters work through some major trials, and as the reader, you will journey with them. So if the idea of renovating a house and making it a B & B is one of your bucket-list fantasies, you won’t want to miss this CBA novel.

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reviewer: Susan Karsten

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