The Innkeeper’s Daughter Book Review
If you are looking for a clean, heel-clicking Regency romance, this is your book. My heart was immediately sucked into the vortex of well-written scene and witty verse, topped by carefully crafted characters. Oh the people. Michelle can you character-mentor me? As a writer, I learn much from reading fiction. Storytelling is my favorite part of anything that dare call itself a book, and if it lacks a story it may belong in a textbook to which I pretend to be ignorant of what “text” means. Take the text and paint me pictures, which is what Michelle does. Of course in her credits she admits she had a team. I hope I have a team one day. *cheeses sheepishly* I need it. #editthis
Back to the review…
The Innkeeper’s Daughter, a novel that will make you wonder, chuckle, experience love’s bumpy path and pray you make it out okay is a book for young adults and old. I had trouble putting this one down to live other parts of my life. You may want to wear a fanny pack with snacks before you dive into this. Bonus: reading it outside in the sunshine put exclamation points on my joy.
My Amazon Review:
Couldn’t put it down, skipped 2 meals.
As always, Michelle keeps me turning the page until I am finished. This is another favorite and please don’t make me choose one. All of her stories are crafted well, causing me to fall into the character’s scene never wanting to depart from them. If you love historical fiction this book is a must, but if you love fiction at all it is one to add to your list. If you don’t read fiction I dare to try this one. I found myself reading in accents. You’ll be swept away.
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Thank you Barbour Publishing for providing my copy, all opinions are my own.
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