The Hotel Nantucket
by Elin Hilderbrand
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Elin Hilderbrand once again transports you to the Beautiful island of Nantucket to a luxury hotel. Heartbroken from a bad breakup, Lizbet Keaton snags a new job at The Hotel Nantucket as the general manager. Her goal is to get the coveted five-key rating from harsh reviewer Shelly Carpenter. Four keys is the highest rating achieved so far, so the pressure is on, and the staff must deliver.

The ensemble cast of characters is delightful! Magda is in charge of housekeeping, Chad is a wealthy teen with a troubled past, and seductive Alessandra works at the front desk. One of the main characters is chambermaid Grace Hadley who died in a fire at the hotel in 1922 and continues to haunt the hotel. This book is fun to read and keeps you interested in the characters' lives and outcomes. There are some surprises, and all your questions are answered at the end. Highly recommend this book.

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