Saturday, July 11, 2015

Title: Must Love Otters
Author: Eliza Gordon

Hollie Porter is the chairwoman of Generation Disillusioned: at twenty-five years old, she’s saddled with a job she hates, a boyfriend who’s all wrong for her, and a vexing inability to say no. She’s already near her breaking point, so when one caller too many kicks the bucket during Hollie’s 911 shift, she cashes in the Sweethearts’ Spa & Stay gift certificate from her dad and heads to Revelation Cove, British Columbia. One caveat: she’s going solo. Any sweethearts will have to be found on site.
Hollie hopes to find her beloved otters in the wilds of the Great White North, but instead she’s providing comic relief for staff and guests alike. Even Concierge Ryan, a former NHL star with bad knees and broken dreams, can’t stop her from stumbling from one (mis)adventure to another. Just when Hollie starts to think that a change of venue doesn’t mean a change in circumstances, the island works its charm and she starts to think she might have found the rejuvenation she so desperately desires. But then an uninvited guest crashes the party, forcing her to step out of the discomfort zone where she dwells and save the day ... and maybe even herself in the process.

Must Love Otters begins when Hollie has a really bad day at work. She starts to realize that what she is currently doing in life isn't at all what she likes to do, and she wants to do something else. Maybe something that involves otters. After her bad day it gets even worse when her boyfriend becomes her ex-boyfriend. Hollie then decides to head to Canada for a few days to get away from it all. There she meets concierge Ryan, who has some secrets of his own, and life takes an even crazier turn. 

With lots of laughs, and some crazy and unexpected things Must Love Otters turned out to be an interesting story with lots of humor. However, the story line was semi boring at times, and I personally had a hard time liking Hollie. I felt a lot of her mannerisms, and the way she spoke was just over done, and made the book less enjoyable. I did enjoy the ending though. 

So, over all it was okay, and I liked it. It wasn't great, but not really bad either. 
by ShootingStars Reviews 9:35 PM No comments


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