Take a mini-vacation with Elin Hilderbrand’s The Hotel Nantucket! Immersing myself in this novel felt like I was in Nantucket, traipsing the cobblestone streets and going to Miacomet. If only! I barely even remember what a vacation feels like at this point!
The new novel by Elin Hilderbrand centers around The Hotel Nantucket, which closed in 1922 after a fire. Newly reopened and revamped, Lizbet Keaton is now the general manager, having been hired on by a London billionaire to run the place. First on her list after renovations, is hiring a full staff to help run the hotel and help her win the best review possible from a hotel blogger (known as the 5 Keys). My favorite staff member here was Chad, whose personality and story won me over tenfold.
A fun, winsome novel that kept me fully engaged throughout. Somehow Elin Hilderbrand always knows how to lighten the mood!
Thank you to Little Brown and Company for the arc via NetGalley.
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This sounds wonderful, just what I’m looking for these days. Excellent review, Susanne💜
Awesome! I’m so glad my review has peeked your interest Jonetta! I love Elin Hilderbrand’s books and this one was really good. It was sweet and light and exactly what I needed. Can’t wait to see what you think!
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This is on my TBR, and I can’t wait to get to it. I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Your review is the first one I’ve read for this book.
Wonderful review Suzanne. I’m looking forward to reading this. If I read it slowly I might get a week in Nantucket. 😉❤📚
I’m glad to hear this is a good read, Susanne. I am looking forward to reading/listening to this one is a week or so.