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  • Relaxing

    This is a lovely warm-hearted read about Emma who never puts herself first and when she realises quite how bad her relationship with her boyfriend is takes a chance on doing something for herself and investing in a rundown railway station with her old school friend Tia. I really liked how about the first quarter of this book focussed on Emma’s life with her boyfriend and really building up her life and character before moving on to the quiet and friendly location of Honeymoon. The characters there were lovely and I liked how Emma was actually so protective of herself and her feelings. This is a really easy and relaxing read, ideal for chilling in the summer.

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  • What a good book!

    Thank you NetGalley, Tilly Tennant and Bookouture for the ARC of The Hotel at Honeymoon Station. This is my personal review. Thank you, Tilly Tennant, for another great read! This time when I opened the book you took me to a little village called Honeymoon. Emma needs a change in her life and Honeymoon was where she would find it. Her friend Tia had a rundown train station she wants to turn into a boutique hotel. Emma decided it was a chance she willing to take with her friend. They have no experience with a renovation, but they find two brothers who are handymen. I enjoyed the friendships, location and the renovation process and this combination made for a very pleasant read for me.

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  • Delightful Book

    Well, this was just a delight to read! A lovely little village named Honeymoon, a decrepit old train station, and two determined women with enough vision and perseverance to turn the station into a small hotel. Add to this a couple of builder brothers and this is just the kind of story that makes me happy. Emma is frustrated with a deadbeat fiance and a job that is going nowhere, so when she bumps into an old-school acquaintance with big dreams, she can’t stop thinking about what could be. Then she finds out her fiance has been lying to her, she risks everything and kicks him out of the house, leaves her job, sells her house, and moves to picturesque Dorset, and the village of Honeymoon, with her friend, Tia, to turn a derelict train station into a boutique hotel. Anyone who’s ever done a renovation can predict that not everything goes smoothly. But, with the local builder brothers, Aiden and Blake, at least the women know they have the most responsible builders plus some pretty interesting times off-site. This book was just pure fun. I admired the women’s tenacity and determination to take on such a huge project, without any experience. The pacing of this book was excellent, it hooked me from the very beginning until the end. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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  • Great Story

    This was a sweet story, little soap opera like at times, but overall a great read. Feeling her life is at a dead end, Emma sells her house, borrows some money and goes in on a business adventure with Tia, an acquaintance from high school. They have bought an old train to transfer into a cozy hotel in a small town. Things are not all smooth sailing. The major renovations take more time than expected, Emma's trust issues get in the way, and some of the town people are less than pleased that change has come to their small corner of the world. I enjoyed the real world obstacles they faced, and the characters themselves. I thought a bit of the story in the beginning dragged on a bit, but didn't stop my enjoyment of the overall story. I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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  • A Wonderful Read

    I thoroughly enjoyed The Hotel at Honeymoon Station, from the build-up in the city, where Emma's life and the way she views herself is so relatable to the move to Dorset where with hard work, new friends and a little faith make her dreams come true. Emma and Aidan's slow brewing relationship was so refreshing, Emma being pragmatic and Aidan more romantic, there is no rush which is the polar opposite to their friend/brother Tia and Blake's burning desire. I would have liked a little more detail at the end of the book, regarding Emma and Aidan, and hope they will show up in any future books from the area, just to see how they are getting on. My thanks, as always to Netgalley the publisher Bookouture and the author Tilly Tennant for allowing me to read and review The Hotel at Honeymoon Station available now on all good retail platforms.

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