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Review: June Foster’s Lavender Fields Inn

Happy Tuesday, Reader Friends!!

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


From the back cover: “Wren Tabor hopes the cool Colorado air at Lavender Fields Inn will heal her aching heart after her former boyfriend betrays her. When she literally bumps into handsome accountant Graham Maier, the painful memories from the past begin to fade. But after she sees Graham kissing another woman, she figures no man can be trusted. 

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?”

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This is my first read by Ms. Foster and I enjoyed it. Lavender Fields Inn follow Wren and Graham as they seek to find life’s answers while staying at the Inn. 

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.

About the Author


An award-winning author, June Foster is a retired teacher with a BA in education and MA in counseling. June’s book Give Us This Day was a finalist in EPIC’s eBook awards and a finalist in the National Readers Choice Awards for best first book. Ryan’s Father was one of three finalists in the published contemporary fiction category of the Oregon Christian Writers Cascade Writing Contest and Awards. Deliver Us was a finalist in COTT’s Laurel Awards. June has written four novels for Desert Breeze Publishing. The Bellewood Series, Give Us This Day, As We Forgive, and Deliver Us, and Hometown Fourth of July. Ryan’s Father is published by WhiteFire Publishing. Red and the Wolf, a modern day retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, is available from The Almond Tree series, For All Eternity, Echoes From the Past, What God Knew, and Almond Street Mission are available at June enjoys writing stories about characters who overcome the circumstances in their lives by the power of God and His Word. Recently June has seen publication of Christmas at Raccoon Creek, Lavender Fields Inn and Restoration of the Heart.

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2 thoughts on “Review: June Foster’s Lavender Fields Inn”

  1. Toni, Thank you so much for reading and reviewing Lavender Fields Inn. I hope readers will enjoy the surprise ending. Blessing to you.


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