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    A wonderful installation to a great series

    Another wonderful story by Devney Perry. Ever since I read her first book, Coppersmith Farmhouse (I still can't believe that was her first book!) I've devoured her books within a day of release. I always know all her books will have characters we all will fall in love with and the story engaging. I knew Maisy's story was going to be amazing, I remember reading about her in the first book and seeing what she went through, it was heartbreaking so I was so happy to see her find someone like Hunter. A protector and such a wonderful dad to Coby. I loooooove Hunter! I also absolutely love the small town feel, KA's books are like that too and it makes me just want to pack up my stuff and find a small town and start all over again. (I actually got pretty close of doing just that). I visited Montana a few years ago and that was definitely a state where I would love to move to. So all in all loved this book, even though the truth took a bit longer than I would have liked, but I am glad that it didn't take too long for all to be forgiven. The anticipation of not knowing how and when the truth was going to come out and what the reaction was going to be was hard for me. Don't get me wrong I've read books where the anticipation and nail biting was much worse. But again I can't reiterate enough how I really enjoyed this book. Hope I didn't blubber too much, this is only my 3rd review :)
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    I absolutely love Hunter and Maisy!

    Where to even start? This was the most amazing book! I absolutely loved everything about it! Every. Single. Thing. Maisy Holt is a survivor and a savior. She survived Everett and while doing so saved her son Coby. It took a few years and life changes before she was “okay”, and everyone in Prescott will tell you that she’s moved on and all of that nastiness is in the past. With her to-do list and her renovations, the Bitterroot Inn has been her saving grace. Even if she occasionally feels a twinge of envy when in the presence of her friends and family and their significant others, she’s not quite ready to actively pursue a relationship. That is, until Hunter Faraday walks into her lobby. Hunter has a deep dark secret that he’s keeping close. Protecting it until the time is right, as if there could ever be such a time. He was drawn to Maisy the first time he laid eyes on her and now that he’s returned to Prescott he finds himself pulled to her against all common sense and self-warnings. From the moment he heard her laughter and saw her smile he belonged to her. But how can a man build a relationship with the woman of his heart when he’s forced to hold so much of himself back? I cannot say how much I adored these characters! My heart hurt for Maisy as I learned some of the techniques she had indulged in to help her deal with the effects Everett’s words had on her. On the surface she is a woman of strength but as the story progresses that strength grows and takes root deep inside of her. Hunter comes with quite a bit of baggage himself and my heart was heavy when all of his secrets were revealed. Ultimately, he was a man deeply in love and prepared to do whatever it took to make things right. That right there feeds my romantic soul. Hunter never once gave up and he made sure Maisy knew that he never would. Sigh. Some interesting things I learned from The Bitterroot Inn: Kicking a man in the cojones can be a precursor to falling in love You can forget Santa Claus if you’ve got The Package Man - get your minds out of the gutter Nervous energy can be transmitted from the page into your body resulting in tapping feet, bouncing legs and chewed off nails – Ms. Perry owes me a manicure One text message can turn you into a sobbing mess – oh gawd that text killed me! With just a look, I’m already in love with Mason Drummond And the perfect epilogue can make you smile even as you weep because it is just…so…perfect. Thank you Devney Perry for introducing me to all of the Jamison Valley characters that were parading in your head. I’ve absolutely loved getting to know them and while I will certainly revisit them in the future, I am saddened that for now the door is closing on this beautiful and amazing series.
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    Bittersweet End

    The Bitterroot Inn was another amazing story in the Jamison Valley series. I have loved Maisy's character from the beginning. She went through so much that I really wanted her happily ever after. I really enjoyed her work on the Inn and the pride she had in that. She was a great mom to Coby too. Hunter was the perfect, gorgeous stranger to help Maisy move on from the past. I was really intrigued by all his secrets and dreaded the moment they came to light. There was the perfect amount of angst and suspense to balance out the romance and passion between these two. They had an amazing connection, even when she didn't know him all that well. And I loved every moment of them getting to know each other. I have loved every incredible story in this series. The characters are wonderful and lovable. Their stories keep you glued to the pages and wanting more. There is nothing better than that. It is a very bittersweet end to this series. I may have had a tear in my eye after the epilogue. Don't judge.
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    🌟🌟🌟ALL THE STARS🌟🌟🌟

    That same small hometown feel of Prescott that we've all grown quite accustomed to is weaved throughout the story, making The Bitterroot Inn a vividly imaginative tale where one person's past is connected to someone else's secrets. Maisy Holt is literally the definition of Super Mom. Her world revolves around her inn and renovating, family and friends, and her thriving boy, Coby Holt. Hunter Faraday is the new doctor in town. His intentions are only the best and the goodness in him constantly shines brightly. The very first time he laid eyes on Maisy she stole a piece of his heart and sweet Coby just so happens to steal the rest. The relationship between Hunter and Coby is every single little thing that is special. I breathed for their conversations and interactions almost as much as I lived for the angst and emotions Maisy and Hunter invoked in me! The dynamic of all three throughout the novel as one family unit was executed in a way I won't soon forget. Full of memorable characters and steamy romance, The Bitterroot Inn, much like the rest of the Jamison Valley Series keeps you teethering on the edge of your seat in suspense, drama, and heart pounding, stopping, and punching moments! ***Clears throat*** Here is where I get honest and give you a disclaimer. Here is where I tell you each book in this series can be read as a standalone, which they can, but I must also be really honest with you and tell you that you will not want to stop at just one book. You'll want to devour this entire series. So here's my real disclaimer: Go to Prescott, Montana and move into the farmhouse, marry a stranger at a Vegas chapel, try your luck at the ranch, escape to the outpost, and then stop by the inn and fall in love unexpectedly. From heartwarming feels in The Coppersmith Farmhouse and The Outpost to the second chance romances in both The Clover Chapel and The Lucky Heart, The Bitterroot Inn has that same feel good vibe and warmth this series is known for. Tackling everything from slow burn to insta-love and everything in between, Devney Perry brings a series that became an instant favorite of mine within a matter of minutes to an end. Final series thoughts? The Jamison Valley series has left me full, elated, and without even realizing it has reminded me so much of why I love reading. It was like going back to my roots. Going back home. The conclusion, the happy ending that's coming for the main five couples and a few side characters was written with all of Devney's super fans in mind. You will not be disappointed, not left wanting more, nor with a bittersweet taste in your mouth. The Bitterroot Inn is truly endearing and captivating, enamouring readers with every flip of the page!
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    The Bitterrroot Inn

    I became a fan of Devney Perry when I read The Coppersmith Farmhouse. Her writing captivated me from the beginning, and I fell in love with her characters. Maisy Holt was one that I so couldn’t wait for her happy ending. And the wait was worth it! Maisy was introduced in the first book in this series, and we watched as she struggled and seemed to thrive. She purchased the Bitterrroot Inn shortly after she left her nursing career behind. It’s there that she meets Hunter Faraday, who is a guest staying at the Inn, although he has other connections to Maisy. Their attraction is instant, but they have plenty of secrets between the two of them, although they keep working at their relationship. It’s bittersweet to see the Jamison Valley series end- they’ve become like family to me-but Devney Perry wrote one heck of an epilogue, which left me feeling very content. But maybe a spin-off for the kids?? I look forward to more from this author in the future!!
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