A few words from the author, Diann Hunt: "I’ve been happily married forever, love my family, chocolate, my friends, chocolate, my dog, and, well, chocolate. When my husband and I were faced with the empty nest, I rolled up my sleeves and started writing. I entered a dream world, and I’m still dreaming—so please don’t wake me. God is first place in my life with family and, okay, chocolate following closely behind."
We Have This Momentby Diann Hunt
Autumn is a beautiful time in Acorn Hill - and a busy time at Grace Chapel Inn. Love begins to blossom when one of Alice's patients reunites with a long-lost love who just happens to be one of the inn's guests. Will these high school sweethearts get a second chance at love? Jane is occupied with a secret project and her suspicious packages and frequent trips to neighboring Potterson keep her sisters guessing. Meanwhile, Louise, with the help of a very special little girl, helps a worn-out teacher discover her true calling in life and Lloyd goes to great lengths to get a special gift for aunt Ethel. Preparations for a harvest party, complete with pumpkins, cider, and a hayride, make the season festive and remind the Howard sisters to appreciate every moment they have together.
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y Review Mar 08, 2014 rating 5 of 5 stars bookshelves fiction, read edit shelves format Paperback (edit) review I loved this book! It had really some very interesting parts in the book where the title in this book- We Have This Moment, rang true! I enjoyed the thoughts and quotes by some of the characters as they realized how something they had done in their lives for themselves or others, had made a difference. Here is one quoted by Louise, one of the sisters who owned the Grace Chapel Inn, "Louise thought it interesting how little things could means so much.A hug at the right time. A phone call." Anothe...more
It had it's moments. It just did not catch my interest as much as others I have read. I am not sure why, maybe the characters were not developed well enough, or maybe it was the day. The Bed-and-Breakfast in this story is portrayed as a ministry of sorts so every story in the plot has a Christian message or way in which God has answered prayers.