For Lizbeth Sullivan, providing food and hospitality is a legacy she is proud to have inherited from her family of hoteliers. The one thing that sets her apart from them, however, is her unusual need to establish roots. In Stafford, New Hampshire, she has found a way to accommodate her legacy and her preference by running a successful bed-and-breakfast, which allows her to exercise her expertise in home economics. Colin St. James is in Stafford to restore a house. His clients' recommendation leads him to Lizbeth's bed-and-breakfast where he finds himself delighted with the service and the proprietor whose timid manner and generous heart move him as much as her quiet beauty. An army brat, Colin finds he shares a common background with Lizbeth to a certain extent. Until he met Lizbeth, he was quite comfortable with his pick-up and go lifestyle. But Lizbeth, with her heart steeped in this quiet and appealing town, shows him how tempting putting down roots can be.
Excellant book~~~Part of a series of three sisters!