Elise Jacobs is ready for a change. Recently divorced, she relocates to her hometown of Landover, Maine, to operate a bed and breakfast she inherited from her grandmother. After growing up with the fondest memories of her childhood being spent there, she relishes the chance for a fresh start and an opportunity to revive the inn.
As summer gives way to Autumn, the inn is returning to its grandeur. A handsome guest sets out to challenge Elise at every turn. She knows the type...or does she?
Join Elise in finding a renewed zest for life, friendship, and possibly...even...love.
Where does Autumn at Apple Hill rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
a favorite for sure
What did you like best about this story?
the timeless love of family and loved ones passed who remain in our hearts is an important role in this story in addition to a sweet romance
What does Emily Coupe bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
theatrical, engaging & a slight hint of an Australian accent that would come through now & again was an added bonus. I like to look up the narrators to get a face to go with the voice & read she is from Australia.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
I'm not a writer so I'm not sure but something about faith and love
Any additional comments?
I prefer clean romance & Angie Ellington's books are cute stories..funny as well & none have cursing or scenes that would make me blush...so I like that!