House of Seven: A Novel

Covington Chronicles, Book 6
Narrated by: Janet R. Hoskins
Series: Covington Chronicles, Book 6
Length: 5 hrs and 30 mins
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Beth DuBard, a lovely, single author, moves to a new town after her uncle gives her a house and a newspaper business. Leaving an undesirable suitor behind, she takes wacky Aunt Genie, who demands constant attention while doling out witty sarcasm. Beth’s best friend, also a cousin and the family housekeeper, goes along and becomes a force of strength. Along the way, others join the household. The seven don’t always like each other, but they need to be together.

The year is 1913, and the setting is in the town of Taylorsburg of the Covington Chronicles, but House of Seven is an independent story. The author blends romance, comedy, and mystery in a fast-paced novel told through the viewpoints of multiple characters.

©2017 Mary Lou Cheatham (P)2017 Mary G. Cooke
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Great Read

This was great addition to the Covington Chronicles. The characters jumped out and came to life. The story line is excellent and the writer has developed some truly great characters. Highly recommend this book.