Thank you to NetGalley and Aria & Aries/Aria Publishers for a copy of “No Room at the Little Cornish Inn” in exchange for my honest review.
I love a sweet Christmas romance, and this one was wonderful! Rosie Anderson, the single mom to her son Danny, has her Christmas holiday plans upended by an over-demanding boss. Rosie works for Johnson Hotels, and her boss, Susan the Sacker, is sending her to the Old Bell Inn to sort out why the inn is receiving negative reviews, oh, and she has to fire the manager , Michael Fitzpatrick. Despite this mission ruining her young son’s Christmas plans, Rosie agrees because she is anxious to finally earn a well-deserved promotion. There is only one problem when she and Danny arrive; they discover there is no room at the inn; they are overbooked!
While the staff at the inn are lovely, Rosie continues to deal with a demanding boss. Susan calls at all times, basically whenever she wants and demands an update. Rosie begins to realize there is more to this story than she realized. With random yet abundant customer complaints and the determined way Susan is behaving, Rosie starts to question the legitimacy of the negative reviews. Oh, and there is money missing from accounts, creating lots of suspicion .
On top of everything she is dealing with, Rosie’s’ ex-boyfriend, Danny’s father, decides to drop back into their lives after years of being gone. There is a lot going on in this story, including some holiday romance, leaving you cheering for Rosie to have a happy ending.
I enjoyed this book a lot. I love the writer’s style and flow and found this book to be a delight, perfect read for the upcoming Christmas season.