“Readers who are looking for an English historical romance with page-turning intrigue will enjoy The Innkeeper’s Daughter.”
–Carrie Turansky, award-winning author of Across the Blue and Shine Like the Dawn
“The Innkeeper’s Daughter confirms what other history-loving readers and I already knew: Michelle Griep is a master of the ensemble cast."
–Sandra Byrd, author of A Lady in Disguise
“The Innkeeper's Daughter is a meticulously researched, can't-turn-the-pages-fast-enough tale of well-written intrigue―and the love story...ah, the love story! Michelle Griep is a gifted force in the world of cloak-and-dagger Regency romance.”
–Erica Vetsch, award-winning author of My Heart Belongs in Ft. Bliss, TX
“Full of intrigue and romance, The Innkeeper's Daughter is a fresh and captivating Regency novel. With witty dialogue, colorful characters, and pulse-hammering suspense, Michelle Griep keeps the reader guessing until the very end.”
–Sarah E. Ladd, bestselling author of A Stranger at Fellsworth
“More than a breathless romance, The Innkeeper's Daughter is an intriguing mystery that will keep you riveted until the very end. I can't say enough good things about this book. Read it. You won't be disappointed.”
–MaryLu Tyndall, award-winning author of the Legacy of the King’s Pirates series
“Griep creates characters that haunt my dreams, even my waking moments. She is a master craftsman, creating characters that feel like living, breathing beings who deserve a happy ending.”
–Elizabeth Ludwig, author of Tide and Tempest
“With the usual Griep mix of quirky characters, lyrical turns of phrase, heart-stopping adventure, and soul-gripping insight, this story will not disappoint!”
–Shannon McNear, author of RITA® nominee for Defending Truth,
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“Michelle Griep populates her books with enticing characters, and The Innkeeper’s Daughter has some of her best. Will keep you up turning pages!”
–Ane Mulligan, award-winning author of the Chapel Springs series
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 to keep the family inn afloat, but when the rent and the hearth payment are due at the same time, where will she find the extra funds? If she doesn’t come up with the money, there will be nowhere to go other than the workhouse—where she’ll be separated from her ailing mother and ten-year-old brother.
Alex desperately wants to help Johanna, especially when she confides in him, but his mission—finding and bringing to justice a traitor to the crown—must come first, or they could all end up dead.