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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Review - Bed, Bath, & Beloved by Lynnette Baughman

Title : Bed, Bath & Beloved

Author : Lynnette Baughman

Publisher : The Wild Rose Press

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Reviewed by: Brynna Curry

Rating: You Gotta Read

When Annie Riker and her sister inherit a decrepit mansion from an unknown great-great- grandmother who struck it rich in the Klondike Gold Rush, they move to Montana to turn it into a bed and breakfast. Annie’s primary goal is to find a safe place to raise her young daughter.

Jack Cabrini, CEO of the construction company working on Albion House, is looking for a safe place to raise his young sister. He moves to Bitter Falls to handle the Riker’s renovation project himself. When he gets to know Annie and her little girl, his focus turns to building a family of four—and someday, more.
But trouble follows Annie and Jack, and they must confront life-threatening danger, and their growing attraction, head on.

Annie Riker and her sister Tess have inherited a decrepit mansion filled with cobwebs, mice and secrets to their family tree from a great- great grandmother no one knew they had. Anxious to find a haven to raise her daughter Savannah, Annie welcomes the challenge of restoring Albion House to its former glory. With the aide of Jack Cabrini's construction company, she plans to reopen the old mansion as a bed and breakfast.

Jack is ready to take a more hands on approach within the company he inherited after his father's death and hoping to help his younger sister Marcy out of a tough legal scandal. When he meets Annie he discovers he may be ready for a future in Bitter Falls. This fast paced romantic suspense will keep you on the edge of your seat. Annie's fear for her daughter is so real its frightening. I love the way the author tied up all the loose ends nicely, giving everyone their just desserts good or bad. Bed Bath and Beloved is one book you gotta read.

1 comment:

  1. Bryanna, Thank you so much for reviewing "Bed, Bath, and Beloved." I'm glad you enjoyed it.
    All my best,
    Lynnette Baughman


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