Summer Breezes (Book 33- Tales from Grace Chapel Inn Series)
AboutTales from Grace Chapel Inn
Once you visit the charming village of Acorn Hill, tucked away in rural Pennsylvania, you’ll never want to leave. Townsfolk relax on their porch swings or gather to discuss the day’s events at the Coffee Shop over homemade pie. It’s the kind of town where friendship and faith flow together like a wide river on a fine spring day.
And you’ll love spending time with the Howard sisters, who have begun a new life together in their childhood home, a gracious Victorian house now a bed and breakfast called Grace Chapel Inn. Here they rekindle old memories, rediscover the bonds of sisterhood, revel in the blessings of friendship—and meet many fascinating guests along the way.Book Description
Summer Breezes – Book 33
Summer Days are anything but lazy for the Howard sisters. Jane becomes busy with a service project for the community and meets some fascinating new friends. And when a former ANGEL gets Alice involved with a group of at-risk teenagers, what begins as a summer challenge ends up as a life-and-death test of courage. Meanwhile, Louise gets pulled into a friendly dance competition. Is it just summer recreation or could it lead to a romance that will change her life forever? Could the warm summer breezes be the winds of change?About the Author
Best-selling author Jane Orcutt has written eight novels and novellas. The Fugitive Heart and The Hidden Heart were both finalists for Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA award. She enjoys writing relationship-oriented books and loves a happy ending.
A native Texan, Jane lives in her home state with her husband and their two teenaged sons. They have four four-leggaed pets—a German shepherd mix, a Pembroke Welsh corgi, and two lazy but mischievous cats.
In addition to writing, Jane homeschools, works outside the home occasionally does freelance editing. Her interests are trivia, history, current events, reading and any games that involve letters and words. When she wants to be thoroughly humbled, she attempts to work the Sunday New York Times crossword puzzle. Jane is also an avid baseball fan, but still has trouble understanding the infield fly rule and how to calculate the magic number.Book Details
Author: Jane Orcutt
Page Count: 233 pages