Revell / March 2016
Marie Carrington is running from a host of bad memories. Broke and desperate, she’s hoping to find safety and sanctuary on Prince Edward Island, where she reluctantly agrees to help decorate a renovated bed-and-breakfast before it opens for prime tourist season.
Seth Sloane didn’t move three thousand miles to work on his uncle’s B&B so he could babysit a woman with a taste for expensive antiques and a bewildering habit of jumping every time he brushes past her. He came to help restore the old Victorian–and to forget about the fiancée who broke his heart.
The only thing Marie and Seth agree on is that getting the Red Door Inn ready to open in just a couple months will take everything they’ve got. Can these two wounded souls find hope, healing, and perhaps a bit of romance on this beautiful island?
Step into the Red Door Inn, a lovely home away from home tucked along the fabled north shore of Prince Edward Island. It’s a place where the wounded come to heal, the broken find forgiveness, and the lonely find a family. Won’t you stay for the season?
“The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson took my breath away! The Prince Edward Island setting hooked me from the beginning, and the compelling characters and vivid writing kept me binge reading until the book was finished. These characters are as memorable as the ones in Anne of Green Gables. Highly recommended!”
– Colleen Coble, author of The Inn at Ocean’s Edge and the Hope Beach series
“A charming inn in need of restoration, Prince Edward Island, and a love story? Yes, please! In The Red Door Inn, Liz Johnson crafts a story about new beginnings and fresh hope. I thoroughly enjoyed this first novel in her new series and the vicarious visit it offered me to the Canadian Maritime Province of Prince Edward Island. I could almost feel the sea breeze!”
– Becky Wade, author of the Porter Family series
“Liz Johnson is a rock solid writer. Any book by my friend Liz will be creative, well-researched, and intriguing. I have worked closely with Liz for many years. I endorse her heartily.”
– Max Lucado, New York Times bestselling author and pastor