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The Bitterroot Inn (Jamison Valley Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Since finishing the first book (The Coppersmith Farmhouse), I’ve been anxiously awaiting Maisy’s happily ever after. And this did not disappoint.
Maisy has, for the most part, moved forward after the traumatic events she endured at the hands of her former boyfriend and the father of her young son. She left her nursing job, to open The Bitterroot Inn. She has thrown herself into raising her son, and renovating her inn. Dating and men are not in her plans. Not until sexy Hunter enters her lobby looking for a room to rent. Then, against her better judgment, she starts to open up to him.
For Hunter, it was love at first sight when he first lays eyes on Maisy. Years before she is aware of him. He wants nothing more than to make her and her son his. But the secrets he’s carrying have the power to take it all away from him. He needs her to be all in with him before he can tell her the truth about who he really is, and even then, he might lose everything.
Just when things are looking good for the new couple, a nightmare from her past jumps up and threatens to tear her world apart.
I loved these two characters! I’ve loved Maisy from the first time she showed up. She’s had a rough go and so deserved this happy ending. This Maisy was much different than when we first met her. She’s grown up a lot, has become much more cautious and deliberate with her words and actions. She’s an excellent mom to her three year old son.
Hunter, for those that have read the series, does show up very briefly in an earlier book. He was so over the moon for Maisy and Coby. Very much in love from the very beginning. It was very sweet to watch him with Coby. And every scene Coby was in, he stole.
And that epilogue! All the feels! It gives the reader a small glimpse into the future of all of our couples and a few of the side characters as well.
The story is told from dual points of view. It was very well written and fast paced. I read it straight through in one sitting. There was no cheating, some angst and drama.
While it is part of a series, the reader is given plenty of backstory so it could be read as a standalone. I highly recommend all of the books in this series.
As much as I hate to see this series end, I’m looking forward to whatever this author writes in the future.
The Bitterroot Inn is the fifth book in Devney Perry’s Jamison Valley series; these books are interconnected stand-alones. While you could read The Bitterroot Inn without first having read any of the other books in the series, I would highly suggest at least reading The Coppersmith Farmhouse first as it contains a lot of Maisy’s backstory. The Bitterroot Inn is written in dual first-person perspective in Maisy and Hunter’s voices.
Admittedly, I haven’t read the second or third books in this series, The Clover Chapel and The Lucky Heart, but The Bitterroot Inn is my favorite book in the series. Maisy was impressive; she’d gone through so much in The Coppersmith Farmhouse, seeing how well she was doing in this book left me in awe. Sure, she had her moments of weakness, but the girl was pure strength; she’d been to hell and back having only been fortified in those fires. She needed someone who let her know being strong didn’t always mean being the only one she could rely on, and Hunter was a perfect person to demonstrate that for her. I loved how great Hunter was, not only with Maisy but with Coby, too.
The storyline in The Bitterroot Inn was engrossing. I was completely enthralled with Maisy and Hunter’s story from the time I opened it until I finished the final page. There were so many moving parts to keep track of; it was interesting to see all of those threads come together into an intricate web of secrets and scars. Just when I thought everything was starting to settle and Maisy and Hunter were finally finding their footing, Devney Perry kept the twists coming. I was impressed by Ms. Perry’s ability to shock me with her story.
Devney Perry wrote a compelling series in Jamison Valley; I will definitely be going back and reading the two I’ve skipped. She made it easy for me to picture myself walking around town with her characters and she made me wish those characters were my friends. She has a great voice, and I hope she continues to put out these emotionally moving, high-intensity stories.