Book Review: ‘The Country Guesthouse: A Sullivan’s Crossing Novel’ By Robyn Carr

Hannah is away on a work retreat at a BNB in a small town in Colorado. She loves the house she’s staying in but not the retreat. She decides to leave early and go home to her finance and work out their wedding plans and spend time with him. The surprise is on her when she finds him in bed with another woman. And then one of her best friends suddenly dies and she is left as the guardian of her son Noah. Something they agreed on a long time ago.

Hannah gets Noah, who is a five year old special little boy who suffers from a mild case of MS. She decides to rent the house again for two weeks and take Noah and get to know each other. She’s surprised when she finds out the owner Owen will also be there. He will live in the barn which is like a guest house. Owen soon meets Hannah and Noah and they are all smitten with each other especially Owen’s dog a Great Dane named Romeo.

They spend the next couple of weeks doing a lot together and Hannah really likes the area and the people. When it’s time to go Owen begs her to stay and for them to get to know each other better and see if there’s anything between them. Owen went through a tragic thing years ago and this is the first time in a long time where he’s feeling things. Hannah decides to stay longer and then learns that Noah’s estranged Grandmother is trying for custody even though she really doesn’t have a chance. Owen stands by Hannah and Noah’s side as they fight her and become more of a family.

Author Robyn Carr never fails to write heart-warming stories that tug at the heart. The story hooks you in right from the beginning and you get invested into the characters and their lives and root for them the whole way through out the story.

You can pick up The Country Guesthouse in stores on Tuesday, January 7th from Mira.

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