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It's never too late to go home
It’s Christmastime at the Brenneman Bed and Breakfast, and everyone isexcited about closing down for the holidays. But when two unexpectedvisitors appear seeking shelter, the family’s commitment to hospitalityis tested. First Levi arrives, sullen and angry . . . but insisting on staying for five days. Next Melody shows up. She’s almost nine months pregnant, but won’t say a word about why she traveled all the way from Kentucky by herself. As the two strangers settle in, the Brennemans try to make the best of an uncomfortable situation, except for Katie, who and knows a thing or two about keeping secrets. She is determined to learn the truth about these two strangers . . . all while keeping her own secret safely hidden away.
All is revealed when a snowstorm traps them at the inn.
As usual a great book! I have read this before but it has been a while, I still love it.Published 1 month ago by Woods64
Everything written by Shelley Shepherd Gray is a blessing to read.Published 5 months ago by Marti Kelley
This book was o.k. It's no great literary work, but it kept my interest. It instilled a sense of peace, and shows how beautiful the Amish soul can be.Published 6 months ago by Kathleen Haas
This book was so moving, warm and welcoming. I felt like I soon knew all the characters and their joys and heartache. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jo Gibbs
I was a little disconcerted by the back and forth story telling between a contemporary romance between two "Englishers" and then back to another romance between Amish. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carrie Fancett Pagels