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She was left the house by the woman that recused her as a small child. She can still feel her spirit in the house and has used her memory of Mrs. Foster to help bring people into the house since she had it converted to a B&B.
Greg Buchanan is a architect from Minneapolis, who believes that Tillie is a charlatan and is exploiting his grandmother's memory by telling people that she is haunting the house. He vows to prove that she is lying while also proving that the things written in her journals about Jesse James are true.
I love reading a book that has places that I've been to before, seeing them from someone else's perspective makes them new again. Growing up one county over from the places in the book makes me so happy!!
Tillie is a perfect example of a woman who just wants to live her life as simple as she can and bring joy to the people who come into her life through her B&B. She's such a sweet and warm person, but really doesn't like when she has to let others do for her.
Greg comes to the B&B believing that she is a bad person and learns that she really isn't and learns to open his heart too.
The addition of Greg's young son in the story is wonderful and brings out so much more from both of these characters.
We also see the spirits of Mrs. Foster and Jesse James himself in the story. The transition between the scenes of living and the spirits is seamlessly written and does not make the story start and stop. These two spirits trying to bring these lonely hearts together is so sweet and the story behind why they want these two together fits the story perfectly.
Masters writing in these story is so much softer, but it does not take away from her storytelling ability it enhances it!! I love this new direction and can't wait for the next book, new spirits, new characters and a new Kentucky County.
The byplay between Jesse and Amelia was fascinating. Kallypso Masters has given us a wonderful view into small slice of rural Kentucky and its history. Made me want to take a road trip. The recipe section at the end was such a bonus. Cant wait to try a few of them beginning with the oatmeal cookies.