The Secrets of Paper and Ink
by Lindsay Harrell. Thomas Nelson Publishers. 336 pages.
Sophie Barrett loves working as a licensed counselor at a women’s counseling center. Until the unexpected death of her fiancé sends her into a tailspin. On a whim, she rents a flat above a bookstore in Cornwall. country where Robert Appleton, one of her favorite 19th-century English authors, lived and wrote. When she arrives, she discovers more than she expected—an intriguing literary mystery.
Ginny Rose struggles to keep the Rosebud bookshop open—she never wanted to run a bookstore, but keeping it alive financially seems like the only avenue to bringing her husband back. Garrett has gone to London to ‘find himself,’ and Ginny vows to do whatever it takes to keep his dream (and their marriage) alive. Both seem doomed until she puts an ad on line for a flat for rent and her summer guest shows up.Learn the power of words to heal in this new inspirational book from @lindsayharrel #amreading #inspirational #cornwall Click To Tweet
Both women seek healing, but are they ready to seek healing from the One who pursues their hearts? Along the way, Sophie learns the power of words to heal—both for the one who writes them and the one who reads them.
Harrel weaves a beautiful tale of love, recovery, waiting, and words into this modern tale with flashbacks to an earlier century. If you’ve come to love Cornwall from watching British Masterpiece Theater shows like Poldark and Doc Martin, you’ll love this book. Fans of Kristy Cambron will enjoy Harrel’s book.
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This book was just recommended to me on Goodreads… it seems I may just need to get my hands on it! Thanks for the review!
You’ll love it!
Sounds like an interesting book. I’m so behind in my reading. LOL So many books! Blessings to you, Anita!
I know! I’m always under a pile (happily so, I admit 😉 ).
I am definitely adding this one to my TBR pile. Thanks for sharing your review, Anita!
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I hope you enjoy it! It’s one of those books where you can’t say too much or you’ll give stuff away ;).
This book review was interesting. I’m hoping this will be one of the books I will read soon.