Today I’m sharing my review of June Foster’s Lavender Fields Inn. Have you read it? If not, check out the info below!
Blessings to you!
About the Book
Graham Maier needs to prove to his father he’s as capable as his brother Greg. The Rocky Mountain Anglers’ Tournament at Gold Pan Lake will give him the chance. But he must win first place. After he meets Wren, a woman like the unnamed girl who’s occupied his dreams, he can’t understand why she suddenly won’t speak to him.
Can Wren learn to trust men again? Can Graham understand how valuable he is in God’s sight?”
I liked that Wren and Graham had to trust God to fulfill their desires. It’s often a hard lesson to learn, but they each helped the other figure it out. The romance was sweet and worked well in this novella. Although they both dealt with some issues, it didn’t go toward depressing.
I do wish the story was a tad bit longer. I know it’s a novella, but I would have liked the story to leave the Inn and watch Wren and Graham’s relationship develop back in their hometown.
All in all, I enjoyed this read and being transported to a place where lavender coats the countryside.
* I received a free copy. This review is my own, honest opinion.