Tuesday, February 3, 2015

The Roche Hotel (Season 1) by Mysti Parker

After her husband ditches her for a blonde actress wannabe, Jane Seymour needs a job that pays the rent. The struggling Roche Hotel needs a miracle. With the former owner's wife butting her nose into the renovations and new owners who are in way over their heads, Jane may be the answer to their prayers. Sure, she can handle The Roche Hotel's quirky staff. But, can this skittish divorcee keep it all together when handsome Henry the Donut Guy makes his first delivery? This collection of serial fiction stories is a Tudorific romantic comedy that will leave you laughing out loud and hungry for more.

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This was an interesting read for me.  I've listened to some serial stories before but I've never really read any.  This book contains the whole first season and I was kind of glad not to have to wait in between episodes.  I had the whole first season at my fingertips.  :)

This book has the perfect setting for odd happenings.  A hotel.  So many weird things can happen in a hotel.  And they do.  Add in some quirky characters and a hot doughnut guy and you have a fun, light-hearted story that will make you smile.  I enjoyed reading this book.  It was very surface and never got too deep but sometimes that is exactly what I'm looking for.  

It's a quick read and was over before I expected.  Sad.  I wanted more.

This is a clean book.  No swearing and only some mild sexual innuendo.

About the Author:
Mysti Parker is a wife, mom, author, and shameless chocoholic. She is the author of the Tallenmere standalone fantasy romance series. Her other writings have appeared in the anthologies Hearts of Tomorrow, Christmas Lites, Christmas Lites II, The Darwin Murders, Tasteful Murders and EveryDayFiction.

Other writing pursuits include serving as a class mentor in Writers Village University's seven week online course, F2K. She finished her first historical romance this spring and has one children’s book (Quentin’s Problem) soon to be published, with one more waiting for illustrations, and many more stewing in her head.

When she's not writing fiction, Mysti works as a freelance editor and copywriter. She also reviews books for SQ Magazine, an online specific publication, and is the proud owner of Unwritten, a blog voted #3 for eCollegeFinder's Top Writing Blogs award. She resides in Buckner, KY with her husband and three children.

Visit my webpage: www.mystiparker.com (in construction)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for reading and reviewing, Aimee! ~Mysti


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