When Erin adopts the Last Inn, she little realizes that she has to worry about more than just keeping the old wreck of an inn afloat. More
Erin Smith just wanted to get out of town, and raising money through the Last Inn seemed like a good first step. Problem is, the place is falling apart and the only person who's willing to help her is a stranger from out of town. Kota is helpful enough, but between his curse, a town full of secrets, and some very strange guests, the Last Inn may be more trouble than it's worth.
Rachel Gay is an Alabama native, an avid reader, and a bit of a nerd who is fascinated by anything and everything. Her work includes Tanil and its sequels Correst and Rorin, as well as the web serial The Last Inn.
on Oct. 7, 2014 :
Nice little book. It isn't very ambitious, just tells a story in a fairy tale like manner about a cursed being and the people and creatures that try to harm or help him with the curse. It has many of the fantasy tropes everyone is familiar with, and this story is light enough to be told or read to children. It is short enough to be covered in a few nights of reading. There are a few twists in the tale to keep things interesting.