Author: Denise Hunter
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Genre: Christian Fiction
Source: Margaret at Harper Collins
Goodreads: From the bestselling author of The Convenient Groom and A December Bride (now beloved Hallmark Original movies) comes the third and final novel in the Bluebell Inn series!
When a mysterious man turns up at Grace’s family-run inn, it’s instant attraction. But she’s already got a lot on her plate: running the Bluebell Inn, getting Blue Ridge Outfitters off the ground, and coping with a childhood event she’d thought was long past.
A gunshot wound has resurrected the past for secret service agent Wyatt Jennings, and a mandatory leave of absence lands him in Bluebell, North Carolina. There he must try and come to grips with the crisis that altered his life forever.
Grace needs experience for her new outfitters business, so when Wyatt needs a mountain guide, she’s more than happy to step up to the plate. As their journey progresses, Grace soon has an elusive Wyatt opening up, and Wyatt is unwittingly drawn to Grace’s fresh outlook and sense of humor.
There’s no doubt the two have formed a special bond, but will Wyatt’s secrets bring Grace’s world crashing down? Or will those secrets end up healing them both?
Ope’s Opinion: This is the third of the Bluebell Inn series. As usual Denise Hunter writes amazing characters, who are easy to care about. At the start of the story, I was having a little bit of a struggle with Grace and Wyatt’s first hike – for me parts of it just didn’t feel natural.
After they came home from the hike, the rest of the story and their relationship picked up and was fun to read and follow. I always enjoy how Denise brings her characters together, how they respect each other and how the romance is slow and clean.
The end is amazing – some of which you expect and some little surprises. Such a good read!
I’m reading it right now! Almost finished. I think I learned about Denise Hunter from your blog – so thank you!
Have you also read Lauren K. Denton? she is another great author similar to Denise Hunter.