After a steady diet of mystery murders this was a good change of pace! There are many of us who feel that running a B&B is idyllic. This story gives us the inside information on how idyllic it is!
It was always JoAnn and to a lesser extent her husband Ted's ambition to own a place of their own. Running a horse(y) type of business offering services to trainers and owners is quite a different kettle of fish to running a B&B but when they found an acreage and a house which would offer them both there was little hesitation in taking it on.
A massive reconstruction and salvage operation on the house to make it habitable, running the horse business as well saw them at their full potential. The stories on a day to day basis are matter of fact, tongue in the cheek humour as well as a lot of love and affection for their livelihood and the business they run.
Anecdotes of guests (both good and strange!) are all part of the human interest of the story. Very down to earth and hilarious at the same time this was excellent reading.
Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of BookBaby.
I can do down to earth :)ReplyDelete
This sounds like a different read. I am glad you enjoyed it and shared it. Thanks.ReplyDelete
I can't say I've thought of running a B&B, although I imagine it would be quite an undertaking, especially at first. This sounds like a great book. I am glad you enjoyed it!ReplyDelete