The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy Themes

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Acceptance

The Montgomerys, Hope, and Avery have come to accept the presence of Eilza Ford, the ghost of a young woman who died more than a century earlier. Eliza is a ghost who is very vocal and is often able to communicate. The fact that she's a ghost is a fantastic aspect of this story but the various characters accept her presence and her right to be there. To a lesser degree, this theme is seen in Hope and Ryder's relationship. Ryder Montgomery is a strong, self-reliant and self-confident man who believes in protecting those he loves. When Hope is being plagued by her ex-boyfriend and his wife, Ryder doesn't talk to Hope about it or ask what she wants him to do to help. He takes it upon himself to visit the Wickham and confront Jonathan's father. Ryder doesn't take time to consider that Hope might want to...

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