Sweet Tomorrows: A Rose Harbor Novel by Debbie Macomber

Rose Harbor Inn is a place of healing. If you don’t believe, it just ask the owner, Jo Marie Rose. She has many stories, including her own, to tell about the Inn’s cathartic healing power. This book is the fifth and last of the Rose Harbor series. Again, author Debbie Macomber writes a vivid and engaging story of love, loss and triumph. The two plots of the story are about Jo Marie and her friend, Emily. They both are broken-hearted and have suffered loss, but somehow they find love again. I consider it a honor to be able to review a Debbie Macomber novel. I have always enjoyed her books and this one is no exception. I always feel like I’m sitting in a cozy room, covered by a warm blanket ( even if it is 93 degrees outside) enjoying a hot cup of coffee when I read her books. There is a warm, inviting and realistic plot to enjoy in every book. The story of Emily Gaffney and Nick Schwartz was WONDERFUL! Emily is a teacher who is staying at Rose Harbor Inn until she can buy a place. She finds the perfect home, the problem is it belongs to Nick, and he has no intentions to sell, in fact he doesn’t even want anyone near his house or property. Nick is in pain from events in his life and finds healing in Em, as well as Rose Harbor Inn. If you love cozy romances, you must read Sweet Tomorrows. It is a gem, guaranteed to make you fall in love and feel warm and cozy, even after you’ve read the last words of the book.

Sweet Tomorrows: A Rose Harbor Novel by Debbie Macomber will be published on August 2, 2016 by Ballantine Books, an imprint of Random House. An egalley of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for a honest review.

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