I have thoroughly enjoyed all of Lucy Dillon’s light, warm novels and this one was no exception. Libby and Jason Corcoran have moved back to Jason’s hometown to bring the B&B owned by his grieving mother Margaret back to life as a boutique hotel. A car accident leaves a young woman with no memory of the last few years, with her only identification a note containing the address of the Corcoran’s hotel. A friendship develops between the mystery woman and Libby, who is determined to help her find out the truth about her identity. With characters you care about, including Lord Bob the basset hound and other dogs (true to the style of Lucy Dillon!), this is a pleasant read, if a bit predictable, all about kindness, trust, love and DIY.