6/25/2015

Two Roads Home Review

My Thoughts:
I love this series. Grant and Audrey's Chicory Inn makes me want to take a vacation, but maybe not on a Tuesday night, at least at the Inn. Tuesdays are reserved for family dinners. Big family dinners. This story was Corinne and Jesse's story, she is the oldest daughter of Grant and Audrey, and life is being turned upside down. Scared, rattled, alarmed, they are fighting to survive this bump in their lives and marriage intact. A gripping story, I really felt the angst they suffered. Another wonderful story in this series, with promises of another interesting story to follow. 4.5 stars from this reviewer. This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review. 
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About the book:
Two Roads Home (Abingdon Press, June 2015)

What if it's too late for dreams to come true?

Minor---but-nagging setbacks continue to sour Grant and Audrey Whitman's initiation into the world of innkeeping, but larger challenges brew when an innocent flirtation leads to big trouble for the Whitmans' son-in-law, Jesse. Jesse Pennington's friendly, outgoing personality has always served him well, especially in a career that has earned him and his wife Corinne a very comfortable lifestyle. But Corinne and Jesse are both restless---and for similar reasons, if only they could share those with each other. Instead, too many business trips and trumped-up charges of harassment from a disgruntled coworker threaten their marriage and possibly put their three precious daughters at risk.

With their life in disarray, God is tugging at their hearts to pursue other dreams. Can Corinne and Jesse pick up the pieces of what was once a wonderful life before it all crumbles beneath them?

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About the author:
Deborah Raney's books have won numerous awards, including the RITA, National Readers Choice Award, HOLT Medallion, and the Carol Award, and have twice been Christy Award finalists. She and her husband, Ken, recently traded small-town life in Kansas-the setting of many of Deborah's novels-for life in the (relatively) big city of Wichita, where they enjoy gardening, antiquing, movies, and traveling to visit four children and a growing brood of grandchildren who all live much too far away.

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