Hide in Plain Sight by Marta Perry

The Book:


When Rachel meets with an accident, financial expert Andrea rushes back home to meet her sister. Once there, she realizes that Rachel and Grams are in the process of converting grandma’s house into a Bed and Breakfast. Andrea wants no role in it but soon understands that she has to be there for her family.

Can she trust the carpenter Cal or anyone else for that matter? The Amish country is supposed to be a quiet peaceful place, who would want to destroy them then? Is someone threatened by the opening of the B and B?

The View:

I downloaded this free e-book on my kindle a few weeks ago after reading the reviews. I thought this would be good for one of those days when am looking to read a book really quick i.e. between my daughter’s schedules.

This is a love based suspense story set in the Amish country. It describes how Andrea has to take up the responsibility of getting the “Three Sisters Inn” up and running; since her sister Rachel has met with an accident and Grams cannot do it alone.

Andrea is a character that I started to like almost immediately. The contemplation she has between her job and commitments towards her family is something that we can all completely relate too. Her relation with Grams, Rachel, Cal and Uncle Nick is interesting. I so wanted Rachel to be more involved in spite of the fact that she spent most of the time in the hospital. Cal’s past and his reactions in the present are completely honest and made me like him more.

A good relaxing read when you have very little time in your hand. Rated a 4 on 5 and looking forward to reading the next book in the series very soon.

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