Inn at Last Chance

Ramsay, Hope

Book - 2014
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
Inn at Last Chance
"Jenny Carpenter is the unrivaled pie-baking champion of Last Chance, South Carolina's annual Watermelon Festival and the town's unofficial spinster. With her dream of marriage and children on hold, she focuses on another dream, turning the local haunted house into a charming bed-and-breakfast. But her plans go off course when the home's former owner shows up on her doorstep on a dark and stormy night...Mega-bestselling horror writer Gabriel Raintree is as mysterious and tortured as his heroes. His family's long-deserted mansion is just the inspiration he needs to finish his latest twisted tale, or so he thinks until he learns it's been sold. The new innkeeper proves to be as determined as she is kind, and soon Gabriel finds himself a paying guest in his own home. As Jenny and Gabe bring new passion to the old house, can she convince him to leave the ghosts of his past behind--and make Last Chance their first choice for a future together?"--P. [4] of cover.

Publisher: New York : Forever, 2014.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 1455522317
Characteristics: 356 p. ;,18 cm.


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Sep 04, 2014
  • Sarah1984 rated this: 2.5 stars out of 5.

This was just meh for me, 2.5 maybe 3 stars. On second thoughts, definitely 2.5 stars. There was nothing offensive, but I didn't feel much of anything for Rochester...I mean Gabe, and while Jenny was a reasonable character I didn't see any reason for her to fall in love with Gabe. On of the reasons she gives for loving him is that he made her change her locks twice because he thought she was in danger. Her sewing circle and book club both suggested similar things, but she's not contemplating marriage with any of them is she? No because that's not a reason to fall in love with someone, that's just a suggestion that anyone worried about the safety of someone else would make. Police officers called to a break in suggest it to the owners of the house all time, imagine the chaos if marriage was proposed with every broken lock. At the moment I'm telling myself not to let myself get sucked in by any future pretty covers on Hope Ramsay books, because they just seem to be a bit dull and romanceless. Hopefully I won't forget my edict or be tempted by another cover, because I've got better things to do than read books that move along at a snails' pace and push Christian values over romance (I want my smoochies, damn it!).


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Sep 04, 2014
  • Sarah1984 rated this: 2.5 stars out of 5.

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