The Innkeeper’s Daughter
by Michelle Griep
Dover, England, 1808
Numbers would be the death of Johanna Langley.
I think that maybe Johanna and I are kindred sisters. Numbers are the death of me, too!
I am about 1/3 of the way done with this novel, and I can already highly recommend it. The characters are very well written, the intrigue is just enough to keep me guessing, and there is quite a bit of action that is keeping me turning pages late into the night! And, that cover! Isn’t Johanna lovely?
For those of you who are Michelle Griep fans, you will be familiar with a couple characters from Brentwood’s Ward as they show up throughout this book. No worries if you haven’t read Brentwood’s Ward though. The Innkeeper’s Daughter reads as a stand-alone story.