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Rosemary for Remembrance (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #28)

Rosemary for Remembrance Tales from Grace Chapel Inn Grace Chapel Inn Series Guideposts trade PB st printing

  • Title: Rosemary for Remembrance (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #28)
  • Author: Sunni Jeffers
  • ISBN: 9780824947538
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grace Chapel Inn Series, 2008 Guideposts trade PB, 1st printing,

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    1 thought on “Rosemary for Remembrance (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #28)

    1. Another Great book from the Tales of Grace Chapel Inn series.I really want to live in this town.Lovely people, wonderful friends, good food, lovely little shops, many of them go to church, so supportive of each other.In this one the sisters, and many others from town, help a couple celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. So sweet. Also, the ladies of the church plan a ladies retreat and Jane helps a new resident of town, and a newlywed, to make many adjustments to her life and helps get her in [...]

    2. Another wonderful book in this heartwarming series about three sisters who turn their old Victorian home into a B&B after their father's death. All the books have a similar theme: stories about the sisters & stories about the guests.This book highlights all three sisters (rather than focusing on just one as other books do) as they work together to pull together a surprise anniversary celebration for some beloved residents of Acorn Hill. Another difference from other books is that we don' [...]

    3. Friends are the family we choose with help from God.Friends are the family we choose with help from God.I have read several of the Grace Chapel Inn books, and this is one of my favorite. I only wish we could all live in Acorn Hill. shows where our strength should come from and who we should be looking to for guidance.would recommend this to anyone who has read some of the series. the storyline is excellent and the characters are old friends. but character backgrounds are not as detailed in this [...]

    4. I love the people that live in Acorn Hill, esp. the Howard sisters, who own the Grace Chapel Inn. They are an inspiration,ready to help others.In this story, there are three subplots, and the Howard sisters are looked up to, for advise and assistance for some events taking place.They all work together and come up with great resolutions,even though there are always those characters who can be difficult to work with. I esp. liked the sweet story of the Bellwoods.

    5. Started reading 3/14/12. This is from The Tales from Grace Chapel Inn Series. A really loving story about a couple who celebrates their 40th wedding anniversary in the small town of Acorn Hill on Valentines Day. The whole town gets involved and it is a surprise for the wife paid for by the Husband.

    6. As usual this was a great read. I have loved every book in this series, they are a delightful, funny, and loving series, these books always make me feel better. This one was great because I read it on cold gloomy days just like in the story and it made my world brighter.

    7. Another goo read from the Tales of Grace Chapel Inn What a wonderful suprise for Samuel and Rose Not to mention the entire town Blair and Kristen will do well Jane, Alice, and Louise just keep on going

    8. Sweet story in the TALES OF GRACE CHAPEL INN series. Three events are being held in the same weekend & the sisters get involved in all 3. Good resolution.

    9. Another great Grace Chapel Inn book. I just love the Howard Sisters and their Christian influence on others. This was no exception. Enjoyable light reading.

    10. Insipid. Tame. Boring. Nothing much really happens here: it's maybe just a little too harmless. The small-town setting is charming but idealistic.

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