Featured: Saving the Lakeside Hotel by Melinda Huber
Review: Saving the Lakeside Hotel is like a cool breath of fresh air. The descriptions of the area make me want to go there right now.
Or the chance of a lifetime?
Stacy can’t believe her luck when her best friend Emily invites her on a holiday to Switzerland.
The girls arrive at the Lakeside Hotel with high hopes, but their problems begin straightaway. Emily’s knee injury is restricting, and something is wrong at the hotel. Where are all the guests?
And why is the owner’s son so bad-tempered?
Rico Weber knows the answers.
He and his hotel-owner father Ralph are grieving the loss of Rico’s mother, and without her good business mind, Lakeside is sliding ever further into financial ruin.
It’s not what Rico wants – but can he persuade Ralph to start again?
By the last day of the holiday, Stacy knows her life will never be the same again. But the end of the week is just the beginning of the Lakeside adventure…
Meet Melinda Huber:
Melinda Huber is the feel-good pen name of psychological suspense writer Linda Huber – she’s hiding in plain sight!
Linda grew up in Glasgow, Scotland, but went to work in Switzerland for a year aged twenty-two, and has lived there ever since. Her day jobs have included working as a physiotherapist in hospitals and schools for handicapped children, and teaching English in a medieval castle.
Her writing career began in the nineties, and since then she’s had twelve psychological suspense novels published, plus a collection of feel-good short stories.
Her latest project is a feel-good fiction series featuring life in a Swiss hotel. Originally novellas, the books are now full length fiction and will be published from February ’23.
Saving the Lakeside Hotel is the first, to be followed in March ’23 by Return to the Lakeside Hotel. These books are set in Linda’s home area in N.E. Switzerland – she has the views enjoyed by her characters right on her own doorstep!
Review by Mandy James:
Saving the Lakeside Hotel is like a cool breath of fresh air. The descriptions of the area make me want to go there right now.
I can see myself on a boat on the lake, taking in the mountains and clear blue sky. After that I’d return to the hotel on the lake shore for a glass of something sparkly, and perhaps a few local snacks.
I loved all the characters too, apart from David. Enough said here about him. The two girls had a great relationship and it was lovely seeing how Stacy helped Emily recover from her accident so she could find her confidence again.
Stacy is always thinking of other people before herself, but at last we see her come to terms with her own failing confidence and reassess her direction in life.
The story continues in the next book.
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