A vacation cottage for rent, a strange request to fulfill, a mysterious host, and guests who come with burdened hearts seeking peace. Set in the beauty of Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island on the stunning coast of Maine.
The story begins:
The impact of the crash woke her, panic clutching at her heart, squeezing her throat. She sat bolt upright in her bed, gasping for breath, eyes wide with horror. The early morning light touched the dark corners of the room, landed gently on the brightly colored quilt wrapped in confused contours around her legs. She looked around the room, trying to calm her night terrors. All was familiar and far from the horror she’d seen in her dreams. She felt the peace returning, creeping quietly like the mist over Seal Cove. She reached for her silk robe, soft peach, sliding its shimmering lightness over her back and arms, hiding the ugliness of the scars that would never fade. Much to be done, she reminded herself with gentle sternness.
Folks are coming.
What readers are saying
”The Guest Book shares five inspiring stories of how a simple act of kindness can spread love and touch others. We all have experienced hurt in one way or another, especially in relationships. This shows us how we can use our resources to help guide others through their pain by relating to their experiences and offering wisdom we have learned. This is a book I would have loved to read in one night. The stories of the individuals spoke to my heart.”
”It’s great reading for vacation, especially for folks staying in or near Acadia National Park. Quick paced and positive, in spite of some emotional plot twists. Nearly every reader will find a character or characters with whom he or she can relate. Loved this book, as well as other books authored by Grimm, particularly her well researched historical novels. If you like to read regional literature (Maine), you will enjoy titles from Caroline Grimm.”