Book Review - ESCAPE CLAUSE by MARY BILLITER
Easy and enjoyable. The characters were sweet and likeable. Really quick paced in every aspect, so good for a quick read.
What happens when the battle lines drawn become blurry? In Mary Billiter’s fun novel of solving mysteries and falling in love, a gorgeous PR guru and a happy-go-lucky single mom are linked by a determination to discover the truth and a sizzling connection. Sometimes to escape a bad situation, you have to grit your teeth and bare your clause. When competing hotel owners, the Carlyles, attempt a takeover of the former Brubaker hotel, now The Point Resort and also Kelsey Donigan’s second home, the front desk manager discovers long-buried secrets between the two families. Better yet, she uncovers an escape clause that not only prevents a takeover, but may also overtake generations of animosity between the two families. Kelsey finds an ally in the most unlikely of locals. Hotel heir Oliver Carlyle’s devotion and determination to honor his mother’s final wishes places him in direct opposition with his powerful family. Can the star-crossed couple save the historic, beachfront hotel, or will they lose each other in the process?