REVIEW: Out of the Ashes by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse

Book 2 of the series introduces new guests to the Curry Hotel in Alaska. Set in the mid to late 1920s, this volume tells primarily of the story of Katherine, a victim of domestic abuse and her childhood love, Jean-Michel Langelier. As a retired soldier, Jean-Michel suffers PTSD. Neither Katherine nor Jean-Michel knows if they can heal. The joy-filled, God-lead owner/operators at the Curry Hotel provide gentle guidance for these wounded souls. Other guests include young adult Collette Langelier, searching for purpose and more focus on a maturing Thomas, one of the hotel staff.  We also catch up with Cassidy, Allen, John and the head chef.
Thanks to Bethany House Publishers for an ARC for me to submit a review my own words.

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