REVIEW: The Room with the Second-Best View

Al and Millie Richardson find themselves thrown into the fire when their first bed and breakfast guest arrives over two weeks early. And, she’s a hard-to-please guest, at that. As they are preparing for their guest and finishing up some house projects, Millie suffers a mishap and ends up bruised and hobbling around.  Al comes to the rescue and again shows his devotion to his beloved wife.

Another of the storylines of this novel is the town’s plan to apply for historic status in order to preserve the old buildings of the downtown area.  The committee, though, disagrees greatly on who should be named as project manager.

The town vet reappears as she readies for her wedding to the local handyman.

Fun story about the inhabitants of Goose Creek.  I enjoyed this more than the original book.  Thanks to Harvest House Publishers for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

The Room with the Second-Best View (Tales from the Goose Creek B&B, #3)

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