Book Review – Family Secrets At The Inglenook Inn By Helen Rolfe

Rupert has been the chef at the Inglenook Inn for years. He loves working at the boutique hotel, crafting exquisite meals and fantastic desserts for each and every guest. When his boss, who is practically family, ​is called away on an emergency, Rupert has to step up and run the place. That would be challenge enough, but ​when his sister Natalie shows up, ​she brings a ​whole lot more ​baggage than ​her belongings.

Katy is out of a job and out of luck until she lands a temporary job at the Inglenook Inn. With her years of experience, helping to manage a hotel is a challenge she relishes. But there’s more drama under the ​one roof than she ​ever expected and ​on top of that she’s worried her dad might be making a ​major decision he’ll regret.

Rupert and Katy ​have their hands full, but there’s magic in the air at the Inglenook Inn, and as they work side by side they discover something new and unexpected. 

Is it possible to fall in love in just a few short days?

Published Date: 15 December 2022

My Review

Katy is recently unemployed and find out that her father is planning to remarry. Being unemployed drive her to find job as soon as possible and when Sofia needs to be with her daughter who was involved in an accident, her friend employed Katy to run the Inglenook Inn with the resident chef, Rupert. Rupert is happy to take over the responsibility. Both Katy and Rupert work very well together and when Rupert’s sister turned up at their doorstep, she brings a whole set of problem to them to solve.

It is a story of family relationship, love and friendship support. I love the main characters who come across as very caring and their dialogues are very well written. There is instant spark between Rupert and Katy. Overall, it is a heartwarming story which carries some sensitive issues which both Rupert and Katy have to faced.

My Rating

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