The Hotel in Mulberry Bay by Melissa Hill



Title: The Hotel in Mulberry Bay

Author: Melissa Hill

Pages: 406

Blurb: Mulberry Hotel, perched on a clifftop above a sweeping bay, was once the heart and soul of pretty seaside town Mulberry Bay. Now it needs some love and attention, as do the Harte family who own it.

As sisters Elle and Penny Harte reunite after years apart to face a crisis, they are unprepared for the reaction of their father, Ned. He steadfastly refuses to give up the family business, revealing that he’s given up something equally precious once before.

Startled by their father’s revelation, and with the local community and hotel guests right behind them, the sisters realise they must do everything they can to save the hotel-and save their family too, in the process..

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Review: When I read this book I had not read a book by Melissa Hill for a little while and I really enjoy her novels. This one was no exception.

The plot reminds me of the show hotel nightmares with Gordon Ramsey. A hotel is in decline and needs help as do the family who own it. Mulberry Bay is a beautiful seaside town, a perfect setting, the towns folk remember a time when the Hotel was the heart of the town and feel that certain family members have let the Hotel and the rest of the family down.

This was a well written book. Melissa Hill has a way of writing that brings the reader deep into the heart of the story. The characters feel real and I felt lost when the book was finished.

This novel is a brilliant read and gives hope when disaster seems only a moment away.   

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