ABOUT THE BOOK
Levi Stoll moved to Birch Creek with his widowed father, sister, and grandmother to run a much-needed inn in the small town. Within this thriving community Levi has found his purpose and joy in the new inn. It doesn’t hurt that the move also provides him a fresh start, leaving behind some mistakes he’d much rather forget.
Selah Ropp has returned to Birch Creek after trying to outrun her own unhappiness. Genuinely glad to be back with old friends, Selah starts to work at the inn and can’t deny the sparks that fly between her and the handsome innkeeper. He’s like no man she’s ever met.
But Selah has a past, and she knows Levi will reject her if he discovers it. What she doesn’t know is that Levi is overcoming his own past mistakes while trying to ignore his attraction to his employee.
With Kathleen Fuller’s trademark humor and memorable characters, The Innkeeper’s Bride reminds us all that with God’s grace, the past is forgotten and love will reign supreme.
Kathleen's books always makes me feel warm and happy after I've finished one of her books and this one is no exception!!
I'm so glad Selah gets her own story in this one! She's in the other two books but as a supporting character.
Fuller does a great job with Selah and her issues.
I'm happy to see that Cevilla is still around. She's always been my favorite! In a way, she reminds me a little bit of Anna in Jennifer Beckstrands Huckleberry series.
Richard is a wonderful guy! I'd love to have them as my grandparents. But, something is holding him back. The way I see it they are both adults and they should only allow God to work in their lives. If it's meant to be then it will happen.
You've got to love Deliah as well. She's Levi's mom.
She also manages to give us a few laughs as well.
She wants what is best for her family. But, sometimes it's best to leave alone and let God do His work as He sees it. If He wills it then it will happen. Too often people want to do things their own way and leave God out of it and that is why things go awry.
There are some lovely messages in this book.
This is why I love reading Amish books. The Amish are flawed just like we English. But I still think we can learn some of their ways. It's good to be a community. I like the way they help each other out and always there to lend a helping hand as we read in this book.
I love that this is one of those books that makes you eagerly turning the pages to see what is going to happen to Selah and Levi. They run into many interesting things along the way that's for sure.
Will they end up being a couple before the end of the story? Will Richard and Cevilla?
Y'all, I encourage you to pick up a copy of this book to find out.
Well, I'd better close out before I say too much!!My thanks to Netgalley. NO compensations were received and all opinions are my own
Best-selling author of Amish fiction. Also a wife, mother, crafter, coffee addict, football fan, and chocolate aficionado.