Home To Chicory Lane
Abington, Aug 19 2014, $14.99
In Langhorne, Missouri, since their five children have left the nest empty, compulsive Audrey Whitman persuades her retired husband Grant to convert their home into a B&B though their adult offspring have doubts just like their dad has. The children dislike the idea of strangers in their home and their father worries over their lack of experience and the long hours to run the place.
On the day they open up Chicory Inn for business, their spoiled youngest daughter Landyn Spencer arrives with a U-Haul trailer attached to her car. Landyn explains she left her husband of a few months Chase the artist for making unilateral decisions without consulting her. She further explains to her parents she will stay at the family home and help by marketing the inn. Meanwhile in New York, unsure what to do Chase remains mentally paralyzed that his wife left him without a word.
The grand opening of the Chicory Inn series is an enjoyable family drama with the Landyn and Chase relationship as the prime plot. Though I doubt Grant would acquiesce to renovating their home to run an inn and would prefer more insight into the operational side of preparing, managing and operating the business, this is a warm second chance (if New York and Missouri communicate) Christian tale.