The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson

     I like books where people come to a different place to heal and wind up finding more than they hoped for.  Sometimes I think it would be neat to go to an out of the way place for a while, do something new and come away for the better.
     Marie Carrington comes to Prince Edward Island to help renovate a bed-and-breakfast and has to work with Seth Sloane to make it all happen.  They have to work fast to get it all together and ready to open in  a few months time.  He doesn't like the idea of working with her, and she is skittish around him.
     The Red Door inn sounds like a great place to stay and reflect and rejuvenate and I look forward to more in this series.
     I receive this book free to read and review from the publisher.


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