The InnKeeper of Ivy Hill by Julie Klassen. Published by Bethany House

Jane Bell must take over the Bell Inn coaching house in Ivy Hill after the untimely death of her husband, the only problem is, she has no idea how to go about doing it. She enlists her mother-in-law, Thora, who ran the inn before her son took over the reigns. Things have always been a little tense between the two women, but as they work together to run the inn, they begin to form a bond. Thora even even finds a chance at love again as Jane tries to find a way to find a way to pay back the enormous loan she owes to the bank. This is a nice story about a charming village and the two women at it’s heart

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