Saturday, September 12, 2015

Love at the Apple Blossom Inn by Kristy Tate

Love at the Apple Blossom Inn (100 page novella) A small town girl.
A rock star living a lie.
Their paths cross and lead them down a road neither of them expected to find: love at the Apple Blossom Inn.
Janey knows that life doesn’t come with a happy-ending guarantee. She needs to keep her feet securely on the ground working two jobs, going to school, and caring for her little brother. She has no time or room for romance.
Love at the apple blossom innAfter an accident leaves his charmed life in ruins, Derrick abandons his Hollywood lifestyle and checks into rehab. The world believes that Derrick Cordell the rock star is dead. And despite his beating heart and breathing lungs, that’s exactly how he feels until, disguised and living incognito in the tiny town of Rose Arbor, Washington, he meets Janey, who loves him as plain old Eric Roudell, the wanna-be music teacher.
But secrets have a way of unraveling. When Janey discovers the truth about Eric/Derrick, how can she love someone she doesn’t even know? Especially since love is not on her to-do list?

My review: Love at the Apple Blossom Inn


I wanted to read a short fast story. and my only complaint is it was too short.  I wanted a deeper, longer story.  I liked the characters and want to see more of them. I liked the plot..

I did not realize til after I finished the book that this is part of a series.  I would like to go back and read the first three books.

Janey is a hard worker.  She works two jobs and taking college accounting.  She has a younger brother that she tries to be there for him.

Derrick Cordell is a rock star who everyone thinks is dead. He was in rehab after a accident. He wants to stay sober and a quiet life now.

The setting is a small town of Rose Arbor,  Washington.

I loved the scene that took place in the middle of the night.  Janey chases a reporter with a fire extinguisher.

This was a good short novella. It was also a clean read.

I was given this ebook to read for free and in return I agreed to give a honest review of Love at the Apple Blossom Inn.

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