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Rosalie Campbell is bequeathed a rundown hotel in rural New Mexico in her grandmother’s will. She arrives to discover a dried-out shell of a place that barely makes enough money to stay afloat. In a state of limbo with her girlfriend and accounting job in Philadelphia, Rosalie is keen to sell the hotel and go back to the comfort of her urban life. 

When new information about her grandmother surfaces and the hotel proves difficult to sell, Rosalie tries to attract buyers by restoring the building to its former glory with the help of Alex Ecker, a local handywoman. In the process, Rosalie learns a few things about hotel management, hard work, and opening her heart.

©2018 Christine Svendsen (P)2019 Sapphire Books Publishing

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  • 19-02-19

Could’ve been better

This book was sweet and the writing was decent. The narration was not so great, it felt very forced and monotone as if no emotion was there. The book was exhausting at one point because it went over the same dilemma. Overall it was ok.

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  • 17-04-19

Great book

I loved this book, I was left with the want for more, wanted to know how the Hotel is doing, for example. All in all i loved this book. Well developed characters.
Excellent narration