Review: The Suite Spot

The Suite Spot
The Suite Spot by Trish Doller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I read and really enjoyed Doller’s “Float Plan” so I was excited to request “The Suite Spot” hoping it might be just as sweet.

I was not disappointed.

The Suite Spot is about the other Beck Sister, Rachel, and most of the story takes place on an island on Lake Erie which sounds and feels magical throughout this lovely story. The characters, the dialogue, the friendship and the love are sweet, kind, and just what you’d like to see in a romance novel.

It’s hard not to love these flawed and yet kind characters who grow and open up throughout the story and support and love each other.

My only complaint with the story is the beginning and the ending. It opens with what I think is an unnecessary scene where a complicated and triggering issue is introduced without really being handled at depth and also ends with another complicated issue that gets wrapped up too easily and magically. I didn’t think either were necessary to the story and did more to take away from the magic and depth of this lovely story than to add to it.

Nonetheless, I enjoyed the time I spent with this story and loved being swept away into the magic of Rachel and Mason and their idyllic town.

with gratitude to netgalley and St. Martin’s Press for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.

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