This is one of those stories where your faith in humanity can be restored. Where one
feels there is still innate goodness in all of us- even the slightly cynical hardened
beings found in modern society.
We have the guest house in idyllic surroundings in summer (closed during winter not so
idyllic) then the old owner presently incapacitated, thefaithful retainer more family
than anyone else and then the habitual returnees to the guest house. This time around
for most of them its a bolt hole from the pressures or problems of life. They want think
through solutions in a quiet place.
The haven is quite busy though and everyone finds something to occupy them, apart from
their own issues. The influence that one has on another helps one to see things clearly
and all of them are much more clear headed than when they started.
A lovely read.
Sent by Aria & Aries for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.