The Innkeeper's Daughter

The Innkeeper's Daughter

A London officer goes undercover to expose a plot against the Crown   Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm.   All Johanna wants is A London officer goes undercover to expose a plot against the Crown   Dover, England, 1808: Officer Al...

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Title:The Innkeeper's Daughter
Author:Michelle Griep
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Genres:Historical
ISBN:1683224353
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

The Innkeeper's Daughter Reviews

  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)
    Mar 10, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

  • Alyssa
    Feb 28, 2017

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

    There are only a few authors who can grab my attention with historical fiction, Griep is definitely one of them! Johanna is such a great character to root for, filled with spunk and faith, a hard worker, and protective of her family even while trying to figure out how to come up with p...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Threads of undercover intrigue, working-class toil and strife, and sweet reluctant-romance are woven together in this high stakes adventure tempered with quirky characters, compassion, and faith! Johanna Langley is plugging away with a tooth and ...

    Treason, lies and intrigue? Oh My!! ?Tales of power and ambition and intrigue and betrayal and desire ? when you?re telling those in a big way, you automatically want to go to Shakespeare.? ?Beau Willimon I loved this story that was set during the early 1800?s when ...

    Fans of Downtown Abby and Regency novels are sure to love this latest by Michelle. I enjoyed Johannas feisty temper and the strength that she displays throughout the story. Even though she's runs things and tries to keep her brother in line most times it doesn't hurt to let someone e...

    This sounds so dang good. ...

  • Loraine
    Feb 03, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

  • Carole Jarvis
    Mar 18, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

  • Deon
    May 01, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

  • Melissa
    Jan 11, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

  • Chautona Havig
    Mar 15, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

  • Beth
    Jul 14, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

  • Kav
    Mar 15, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

  • Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
    Mar 17, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

  • Kara
    Mar 12, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

    There are only a few authors who can grab my attention with historical fiction, Griep is definitely one of them! Johanna is such a great character to root for, filled with spunk and faith, a hard worker, and protective of her family even while trying to figure out how to come up with p...

  • Megan
    Mar 02, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

  • Cyndi
    Apr 02, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

  • Kristine Morgan
    Apr 02, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

    There are only a few authors who can grab my attention with historical fiction, Griep is definitely one of them! Johanna is such a great character to root for, filled with spunk and faith, a hard worker, and protective of her family even while trying to figure out how to come up with p...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Threads of undercover intrigue, working-class toil and strife, and sweet reluctant-romance are woven together in this high stakes adventure tempered with quirky characters, compassion, and faith! Johanna Langley is plugging away with a tooth and ...

    Treason, lies and intrigue? Oh My!! ?Tales of power and ambition and intrigue and betrayal and desire ? when you?re telling those in a big way, you automatically want to go to Shakespeare.? ?Beau Willimon I loved this story that was set during the early 1800?s when ...

    Fans of Downtown Abby and Regency novels are sure to love this latest by Michelle. I enjoyed Johannas feisty temper and the strength that she displays throughout the story. Even though she's runs things and tries to keep her brother in line most times it doesn't hurt to let someone e...

    This sounds so dang good. ...

    Michelle Griep's The Innkeeper's Daughter is a stand-alone sequel to Brentwood's Ward. I found this book to be very entertaining. The setting is Dover England in the Regency period. The characters were definitely unique and I enjoyed the romantic, suspenseful plot. I loved the way Mich...

  • Staci
    Jul 15, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

  • Lucinda
    Feb 09, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

  • Brittany
    Feb 28, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

  • Karen
    Jan 08, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

  • Tito
    Jan 01, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

    There are only a few authors who can grab my attention with historical fiction, Griep is definitely one of them! Johanna is such a great character to root for, filled with spunk and faith, a hard worker, and protective of her family even while trying to figure out how to come up with p...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Threads of undercover intrigue, working-class toil and strife, and sweet reluctant-romance are woven together in this high stakes adventure tempered with quirky characters, compassion, and faith! Johanna Langley is plugging away with a tooth and ...

    Treason, lies and intrigue? Oh My!! ?Tales of power and ambition and intrigue and betrayal and desire ? when you?re telling those in a big way, you automatically want to go to Shakespeare.? ?Beau Willimon I loved this story that was set during the early 1800?s when ...

    Fans of Downtown Abby and Regency novels are sure to love this latest by Michelle. I enjoyed Johannas feisty temper and the strength that she displays throughout the story. Even though she's runs things and tries to keep her brother in line most times it doesn't hurt to let someone e...

    This sounds so dang good. ...

    Michelle Griep's The Innkeeper's Daughter is a stand-alone sequel to Brentwood's Ward. I found this book to be very entertaining. The setting is Dover England in the Regency period. The characters were definitely unique and I enjoyed the romantic, suspenseful plot. I loved the way Mich...

    Umm.. a regency and spy novel? Yes please! ...

  • Marlene
    Mar 23, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

  • Jennifer
    Mar 29, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

  • Julie Carpenter
    Feb 23, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

  • Deanne Patterson
    Mar 11, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

  • Susan
    Apr 08, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

  • Sarita
    Jul 08, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

  • Jennifer
    Jun 03, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

  • Beth Erin
    Mar 19, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

    There are only a few authors who can grab my attention with historical fiction, Griep is definitely one of them! Johanna is such a great character to root for, filled with spunk and faith, a hard worker, and protective of her family even while trying to figure out how to come up with p...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Threads of undercover intrigue, working-class toil and strife, and sweet reluctant-romance are woven together in this high stakes adventure tempered with quirky characters, compassion, and faith! Johanna Langley is plugging away with a tooth and ...

  • Lori
    Mar 02, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

    There are only a few authors who can grab my attention with historical fiction, Griep is definitely one of them! Johanna is such a great character to root for, filled with spunk and faith, a hard worker, and protective of her family even while trying to figure out how to come up with p...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Threads of undercover intrigue, working-class toil and strife, and sweet reluctant-romance are woven together in this high stakes adventure tempered with quirky characters, compassion, and faith! Johanna Langley is plugging away with a tooth and ...

    Treason, lies and intrigue? Oh My!! ?Tales of power and ambition and intrigue and betrayal and desire ? when you?re telling those in a big way, you automatically want to go to Shakespeare.? ?Beau Willimon I loved this story that was set during the early 1800?s when ...

    Fans of Downtown Abby and Regency novels are sure to love this latest by Michelle. I enjoyed Johannas feisty temper and the strength that she displays throughout the story. Even though she's runs things and tries to keep her brother in line most times it doesn't hurt to let someone e...

  • Debbie Brown
    Feb 11, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

  • J. W. Garrett
    Feb 22, 2018

    Well you could probably knock me down with a feather right now. You see I am always willing to try a new to me author for the first time. After all with the odds 50-50 I'll like them it's worth the effort to me. I've tried this author in novella form before but a full book no, not unti...

    "From now on, you are no longer a Moore, but a Morton? You are a dealer in fine wines, a buyer and seller for your father." The Innkeeper's Daughter (2018, Barbour) by Michelle Griep is a Christian Regency romance/mystery set in Dover, England in 1808. The novel is a standalone ...

    Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble connecting with the characters and the plot felt kinda loose to me. ??? Although this book is one of the most historically accurate books I?ve read, I had a lot of trouble...

    I loved all the elements in this book! A hardworking innkeeper, a British spy, smugglers, gamblers, musicians, puppets... the unique details made it stand out from others with a similar theme. Johanna's circumstances are desperate, and she keeps coming up with ideas to bring in more fu...

    The Innkeeper's Daughter has a lot going for it. Griep's writing is as lovely as ever; her descriptions are vivid and help the reader envision the setting and the way the story takes place. Despite this the story didn't resonate with me like I had thought it would. I didn't enjoy it as...

    "The Innkeeper's Daughter" by Michelle Griep is a riveting, fast-paced Regency you won't want to miss! This is the second book that I have read by this author and I am just in love with the way she writes. The first book I read by Ms. Griep was "12 Days at Bleakly Manor." Ms. Griep ...

    Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king?and he?s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue. . .until she can no longer fight against his unrelenting charm....

    Any fans of BBC dramas will enjoy this tale of intrigue, adventure and romance! A sequel to Brentwood's Ward, loosely connected by a few mentions of other characters, but easily reads as a standalone. A cast of characters worthy of a Dickens novel, this well written story has a quick p...

    3 Compelling (if Ridiculous) Reasons to Avoid This Author 1?She?s a copycat. Well, sort of. You see, when you read Michelle Griep?s work, she transports you into the past, down cobblestone streets, and into quaint shops with patrons wearing cloaks, muffs, and all the other Dick...

    May 7, 2018 Kindle edition is FREE https://amzn.to/2HJi5B5 ...

    Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book of The Bow Street Runners Series (Brentwood's Ward), I wasn't nearly as enamored by The Innkeeper's Daughters. There were positive elements to the novel, but overall it was just an o.k. novel. ...

    I'm a bit conflicted with this review. The writing is beautiful. The author did a great job of describing the setting and characters in such a way that I felt I was there. I even found myself cringing my nose when the goal and smells were described! The plot about the subterfuge...

    4.5 stars ?God stamps His value on everyone ? on you ? by virtue of His grace.? An undercover Bow Street Runner with a bit of rogue in him. A hardworking young woman with the weight of her family?s inn on her shoulders. A quirky puppeteer (quirky may be an understatemen...

    This Regency adventure/romance has pretty much everything. The writing grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go, with well-rounded characters and a taut plot that just keeps adding layer upon layer of intrigue. We start with the very harried title character, Johanna Langley...

    4.5 stars rounding up Peril, intrigue, hidden identities, shady inns, Magistrates, smuggling, danger, beating hearts, family, loss, love, hope, Dover, musicians, lost minds, puppets, friendship, death, seaside, caves, balls, gambling, trust, time and healing. From the beginning o...

    Squeep! (that's when a book is so good your ecstatic bibliophile screams of joy mesh squeals and eeps into a particularly piercing squeep of delight.) My heart's all aflutter and my fainting couch has had a workout after reading The Innkeeper's Daughter. Think Regency with a Dickenish ...

    I enjoyed this tale of intrigue and danger. The attraction between Johanna and Alex was clear from the start, yet it seemed an impossible situation. There were some characters in The Innkeeper?s Daughter who were easy to spot as ?good guys? and others who clearly had nefarious in...

    Another author to add to my list! This is the first book by Michelle Griep that I have read, but definitely will not be the last. The Innkeeper's Daughter has everything I look for in a book: excellent plot, memorable characters, well-researched historical detail and a spiritual messag...

    This author, I have a love- hate relationship with.Sometimes I love her books sometimes I don't. I don't get it. This one was entertaining and had a good story line. The leading lady and her very low self esteem and a belief that God tortured her and it got old. She went so far as to s...

    I'm so glad Alexander got his turn. We had a glimpse of him in Brentwood's Ward, and I really liked him. Alex is man of duty and he doesn't say no to his assignment, even though it's fraught with peril. When he meets Johanna at the inn, he becomes a friend to her young brother, and...

    I really loved this and this is my third book by this author and I love the way she tells a story. It had mystery, adventure and romance which is my favorite! I loved the references to Brentwood... and I want to mention I received this as a Goodreads giveaway (first ever for me) YAY!...

    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2FSD1km Dover, England - 1808 Romance, history, intrigue and espionage ? a book by Michelle Griep is simply not to be missed, and reading The Innkeeper?s Daughter is sheer delight. Griep does British settings, my favorite sub-genr...

    Giving Ms. Griep another read. :) My final verdict: I don't think Michelle Griep is my kind of author. Sometimes an author manages to transform something that's normally very serious into something lighthearted and witty, all without diminishing the seriousness of it. I end up educa...

    There are only a few authors who can grab my attention with historical fiction, Griep is definitely one of them! Johanna is such a great character to root for, filled with spunk and faith, a hard worker, and protective of her family even while trying to figure out how to come up with p...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Threads of undercover intrigue, working-class toil and strife, and sweet reluctant-romance are woven together in this high stakes adventure tempered with quirky characters, compassion, and faith! Johanna Langley is plugging away with a tooth and ...

    Treason, lies and intrigue? Oh My!! ?Tales of power and ambition and intrigue and betrayal and desire ? when you?re telling those in a big way, you automatically want to go to Shakespeare.? ?Beau Willimon I loved this story that was set during the early 1800?s when ...