Today on the blog I’m sharing about Denise Hunter’s latest release, Autumn Skies.
This third installment in the “Bluebell Inn Romance” series does not disappoint. A nice way to finish off the trilogy, Autumn Skies ties up the loose ends and brings to a close the story of the Bennett siblings’ family inn and love lives. Following the story of Grace, the early twenties sibling who runs her own outdoor sporting equipment store out of the Bluebell Inn, readers are treated to a delightful story perfect for reading with a nice cup of tea or apple cider.
Gunshot wound victim and Secret Service agent Wyatt comes to the inn for a little healing, both physically as well as from some painful childhood memories that have been haunting him. There’s an instant attraction with Grace, several years his junior, and this story follows as they overcome their childhood traumas and learn to heal as adults.
I really enjoyed this story; there was a little bit of suspense as the characters’ backstories unfolded, and a quaint small-town feel that really emanates from the pages. It’s a nice cozy read for an autumn day, and a sweet love story to tie up the series.
Thank you to Thomas Nelson and Net Galley for providing me with an electronic copy of this book to read and review. All opinions are my own and were not required to be positive. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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