Saving the Lakeside Hotel was an unusual choice for me as I tend to choose much darker books but it was the end of my holiday, I was travelling home and I wanted something light-hearted. That’s exactly what I got.
Stacy and Emily go on holiday to Switzerland and check into a super hotel on the bank of Lake Constance. Emily is recovering from surgery after an accident. Stacy is worrying about the amount of time she is getting to spend with her fiancé, David.
Rico is the owner’s son, and he and his father are grieving the loss of his mother, the driving force behind the hotel. Alan is working as a barman at the hotel. These four characters get on well and spend some time sightseeing. It was interesting to read about the places they go and it sounds like a wonderful area to visit.
It soon becomes apparent that all is not well at the hotel and Rico is worried about its future. Not that he shares that with anyone, of course.
I found that this was a lovely relaxing story to read because I knew it was a feel-good book and that’s exactly how I felt when I read it. Which made a nice change. It was also an easy book to read as the story flowed. I’d recommend this to anyone who wants a comfortable book to read that is set in a lovely part of the world.