The Second Chance Hotel
ebook ∣ A heartwarming laugh out loud romance to escape with this summer!
By Rachel Dove
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"I absolutely loved this book... This has been the escape read I have been looking for." 5 Stars, Netgalley reviewer April Statham had it all – until her husband left her for a blonde ten years her junior. Now she's thirty-five, single, and starting again. So she does what anyone in her position would do: she impulsively invests her life savings in the chalet park she used to visit as a child, on the beautiful Cornish Coast. The Shady Pines Chalet Park is... ramshackle. But it has one big advantage – it is as far as physically possible from April's ex, his new fiancée, and her old life. With gorgeous handyman Cillian O'Leary, April is looking forward to the challenge. As visitors arrive, April realises that Shady Pines isn't just a second chance for her, it gives Cillian another shot at happiness too. But when he moves into the chalet next door, April's painful past starts to catch up with her, and she struggles to reconcile her feelings for Cillian. Is April's new beginning destined to end in failure – or will she find new friends, a new life and new love at her second chance hotel? Fans of Jenny Colgan, Emma Davies and Debbie Johnson will love Rachel Dove! Readers LOVE The Second Chance Hotel! 'Emotional and uplifting. I read it in one sitting on a lazy Saturday during lockdown and felt I had escaped to the Cornish coast for a few hours...'—NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars 'I absolutely loved this book, a beautiful setting and a variety of gorgeous characters all rolled in one... without a doubt a five star read.'—NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars 'The Second Chance Hotel is a truly heartwarming novel that will give you all the feels... It's the perfect feel-good book to curl up with this summer.'—NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars 'I absolutely loved this heart-warming novel about second chances and having hope and a chance to heal...There were moments to make you smile and even a moment when I shed a few tears thinking of my own mum.'—NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars