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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Chrysteen Braun does it again with The Girls in Cabin Number Three, a fantastic addition to The Guest Book Trilogy. Carrie Davis enlists the help of interior designer and fellow cabin owner Annie Parker in updating the log home that she has just inherited from her deceased mother Elizabeth. Among her personal effects, Carrie finds a photo of her mother and another woman standing in front of one of Annie’s cabins. After her marriage breaks down, Annie finds love with Noah. However, the relationship becomes strained when Annie accepts a project that Noah is not comfortable with. The novel later chronicles Elizabeth’s perilous, exciting life from her childhood in western Nebraska, her experiences in California where she rubs shoulders with Hollywood elites, working girls, and criminals, to her settling down in her log home near Lake Arrowhead.
An excellent novel with engaging, fleshed-out characters, The Girls in Cabin Number Three will be a great read for any fan of historical novels or women’s fiction. Vivid details about the book’s picturesque settings and captivating descriptions of the cabins’ history further enliven the work. Through its compelling storytelling, the plot immerses its audience into a world characterized by intrigue and uncertainty. It includes rich descriptions of Hollywood and America during the 1920s, providing context for Elizabeth’s absorbing story. Other characters’ backstories are also wrapped in fascinating mysteries that are explored in the novel. Chrysteen Braun’s immersive work is bound to appeal to fans of women’s novels. Its complex, interesting characters, and engrossing historical and geographical settings make it a must-read.