Two weddings, three hotel reservations gone awry…and one weekend in Cornwall they’ll never forget!
When the similarities between Ella Swift and Callum Smith’s last names lead to a hotel room mix-up, they find themselves sharing a cramped cottage in Porthkara rather than the private luxury hotel suites they expected.
Each in town for a different wedding – and carrying more baggage than just the suitcases in their hands – the reluctant roommates are forced to share a shelter from the storm surge that sweeps in off the Atlantic. But as the rain crashes down there’s a shift in more than just the atmosphere, and by the time the sun rises on a new day, Ella and Callum’s futures have already been forever changed…
My Review of The Hotel Room Mix-Up
This book was my introduction to Kathy Jay’s work, and it was a delightful and heartwarming romantic comedy.
The story revolves around Callum and Ella, two strangers attending separate weddings in Porthkara. However, a mix-up with their hotel rooms leads them to share a quaint local cottage instead of the originally planned accommodations. The narrative unfolds as they navigate the challenges of getting to know each other in unexpected circumstances.
What struck me most about this novel was its charm, adorability, and the genuine connection that develops between the characters. Callum and Ella’s journey is not only entertaining but also filled with moments of vulnerability and openness. Despite the initial hiccups, they gradually warm up to each other, creating a captivating dynamic that kept me engaged throughout.
I will certainly be on the look out for more books from this author.
I live in Cambridgeshire with my family which includes a large dog and a cute cat. I love the changing seasons. I like pyjama days and cosy log fires in winter. In summer, my top things are strawberries and walking on beautiful beaches in North Wales. I started writing my first romance on a vintage typewriter. Writing got put on hold while I studied for a degree in Drama and French. I’ve been an office temp and a bilingual PA in London. Now I’m a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, and thrilled to write fun, flirty romance for One More Chapter.
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