Once Upon a Summertime

My Thoughts: 
Wouldn't it be nice if life could wrap up so neatly and tidily as it did in the ending of this book? But then life would be boring, and well this book, while not exactly boring, was too predictable and just not up to Melody's normal writing style. I liked the characters, but they were a bit flat and just unbelievable. Will this keep me from reading her next book? No, but I was wanting more from this book. 3.5 stars from this reviewer.
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review. 
About the Book:
Managing the Value Lodge in her hometown was not what Anna Gordon had in mind when she set out in the hospitality industry. But it's a safe choice for a woman whose childhood was anything but stable. Out of the blue, she gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to reinvent herself by moving to New York City, where she hopes for a management position at a stylish new boutique hotel. The big city is full of surprises--not the least of which is Sean O'Neil. Her childhood crush has applied for the very same position!

Sweet, romantic, and endlessly entertaining, this romp through the storied streets of New York City will enchant readers. Melody Carlson has created characters so charming that readers will long to meet them in the lobby of the stunning Rothsberg Hotel.

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