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~Free Epub ♞ Back Home Again (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #1) ♀ This inaugural title in Tales from Grace Chapel Inn sets the tone for a series that embraces family and friends, good neighbors and good will, and an enduring faith in God The Howard sisters live their faith by example and bring a sense of community to Acorn Hill as they go about their days in Back Home Again, sleepy little Acorn Hill is in for a big surprise when the three sisters reunite after the death of their father, a beloved minister Each has inherited a share of his worndown Victorian house, and they decide to turn their family home into a bedandbreakfast But the women are as different as sisters can be, and they encounter many obstacles along the way By learning to work together, accepting a little help from their friends, and trusting in God, the three sisters are finally able to see Grace Chapel Inn open its doors Written in a lively and engaging style, this book will draw readers in and have them waiting for the next title in the series A very light read but the biblical lessons learned as the three sisters reunite and renovate their mother's family home are wonderful! The town's cast of characters are so well drawn from a small townlife, quite humorous really. If you're mad about heritage restoration and interior decorating you'll probably love this story of three sisters come back together in their senior years to renovate their childhood home and turn it into an inn Old sibling rivalries reemerge and are dealt with There are some ups and downs and a few minor conflicts, but there was not enough drama or challenge to really move me or keep methan minimally engaged It was a sweet story with a nice ending, but very light. Sometimes the best part of being part of a family was the ability to forgive and forget.Simply sweet and endearing, much like Melody Carlson's Christmas novels and novellas I've grown to enjoy The perfect sort of counterbalancing story to lift one's spirit, especially in the wake of heavier,solemn themed tomes The dynamics between the three diverse Howard sisters (Alice, Jane, and Louise) felt honest and sincere They each had unique talents and tastes, strong work ethics, and a love for God, family, and community But as with all sisters, they didn't always see eyeto eye and could be quite obstinate Plus, add Aunt Ethel to the mix, with her busybody and naysaying tendencies, renovating the beloved family home into an inn gets really interesting Oh, but when the good (and not so good) citizens of Acorn Hill throw in their twocents worth, things get a whole lotcomplex and heated Nothing outside of trains, planes, and Lone Ranger's silver bullet travels faster than small town gossip As for the renovation elements, they were the weakest link Overall it was enjoyable to visualize the transformation and see it all eventually come together I loved the designer choices and their desire to retain the historic integrity However, readers who intimately know a thing or two about historic restorations/renovations (building codes, permits, contractors, licensing) will find not everything was according to Hoyle I cannot say , without giving away the climatic conflict Remember, it's often the best things in life that seem the hardest to come by.Overall a lovely endearing story Evangelical, but not piously stodgy And a good solid introduction into the Tales from Grace Chapel Hill series I enjoyed itthan enough to continue reading this slightly dated, but oh so refreshing series 3 plus stars with room to grow .THREE *** Charming and Uplifting, Family Dynamics and Small Town America, Christian Fiction *** STARS This book was simple, sweet, and comforting Perfect to read with a warm mug of cocoa, your favorite throw, and a comfie chair! The characters had lifelike qualities (no one was perfect), reallife problems and situations, while still having a deep foundation of God, family, and community. I found this a very light cozy read It's christian fiction but very lightly woven in not in your face It's the first book in the Tales From Grace Chapel Inn I've heard you can read any of the books in the series outoforder except the first one You need to know how the three sisters come together again and start the Inn before you can read about their various adventures If you get stuck on the series, it's got 32 books in the series Each book is written by one only author, but the series has 13 authors writing various books It's published by Guideposts My library is missing 16 of the 32 listing them as outofprint so if you intend to read the entire series keep in mind that some may be hard to find. Such a good book Not her usual YA Christian which I also like to read There are 25 books in this Tales From Grace Chapel Inn series (not all Kindle), and I would like to read them all :) Description from :The sleepy town of Acorn Hill is in for a surprise when the three Howard sisters reunite after the death of their father Each has inherited a share of his worndown Victorian house, and they dream of turning the family home into a bedandbreakfast.But these three women are as different as siblings can becan they survive living together, let alone going into business together? It looks like their dream may be headed for disaster!Only by learning to work together, trusting in God, and accepting a little help from their friends can the three sisters see Grace Chapel Inn open it doors. About this book:The sleepy town of Acorn Hill is in for a surprise when the three Howard sisters reunite after the death of their father Each has inherited a share of his worndown Victorian house, and they dream of turning the family home into a bedandbreakfast But these three women are as different as siblings can becan they survive living together, let alone going into business together? It looks like their dream may be headed for disaster! Only by learning to work together, trusting in God, and accepting a little help from their friends can the three sisters see Grace Chapel Inn open its doors.Series: Yes, ‘Tales from Grace Chapel Inn.‘ Read in order Book #1.Spiritual Content: Many different Bible stories; Alice prays; Alice tells herself to beChristlike.Alice Howard, late fiftiesLouise Smith, early sixtiesJane Howard, 50 233 pages*P.O.V of Alice~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ Didn’t grab me ‘till the middle of the book Once I got there, it I really liked it :)*My hardcover copy of this book has a recipe in the back, I think the paperback copies of this book will have it as well :) Look of the recipe on here soon! *BFCG recommends this book by this author It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author By Lindsey @ Back Home Again (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, #1) by Melody CarlsonI have read other books in the Tales from Grace Chapel Inn series.This was book 1 in the series Unfortunately I just didn't make a connection with the characters in this book like I did in the later books It's a good thing I hadn't read this book first or I may not have readin this series. A Quickie ReviewThe start of a expansive multiauthor series, Back Home Again made for an easy, quick, and enjoyable read Like the series premiere of a TV show, the book sets up characters and relationships for later in the series Fans of other smalltown, Christian series such as Jan Karon's Mitford will definitely enjoy this.Content Concerns: Nothing in this department; it was completely innocent.Score: 4/5