Meet Britain’s Worst Innkeeper
Single mother and extremely undomestic goddess, Lottie, has five days to become the ultimate B&B hostess to save her beloved Aunt Kate’s livelihood.
When Aunt Kate ends up in the hospital, Lottie and her seven-year-old daughter are called to rural Wales to stand in at the B&B. Without the faintest idea how to run a hotel (she can barely run her own life), Lottie must impress the picky hotel reviewer and his dysfunctional family who are coming to stay over Christmas. Without the rating only he can bestow, Aunt Kate will lose her livelihood.
But will Danny, the local taxi driver who she hires to help her, really be Santa’s little helper, or the Grinch who stole Christmas?
This was a very quick, easy read.
I’m undecided with this book. I felt there wasn’t a whole lot of content – like real content. It was romance. It wasn’t mystery. It just was.
I will say, however, that is was funny and cute in a way.
Lottie has to run her aunt’s B & B for a reviewer and his sister, brother in law, and niece and nephew. It is quite the journey as we read her attempts to please the family even though she clearly has no idea what she is doing.
If you’re looking for a cute, easy read for the holidays, this is one you may enjoy. It will definitely make your holidays seem brighter!
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About the Author
I write romantic comedy, including SINGLE IN THE CITY (the first in The Expat Diaries series) and BELLA SUMMER TAKES A CHANCE. Born and raised in the US, I lost my heart to London 16 years ago, where I’ve lived ever since. I’ve also turned my hand to upmarket commercial fiction under the pen name Jamie Scott.
I spend way too much time on twitter and facebook when I should be writing, so please come say hello there.
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Also Available by Michele Gorman (and reviewed by Life as Leels)