Oakwood Hills has been more than just a place of work for Baby and people living in the surrounding area. And now, since her adoptive mother’s passing, it is her place of living. But unexpected news crashed Baby’s world. Her beloved resort is under new ownership, and the new owner’s plan is to rebrand the good old resort. Baby doesn’t share the same hopes for the new kind of business the new owner is planning on bringing to Oakwood Hills, so she takes the matter into her own hands.
I have so many issues with the main character. To me, Baby was extremely unlikeable, a bully, a drunk, and a lawbreaker. Although she had semi-good intentions at heart, her approach to the situation was absolutely awful. I didn’t find her actions heroic, and she constantly got herself and her fellow townspeople in trouble. The novel had a promising start but the more I read into it the more annoyed I was with Baby and the storyline. Nevertheless, I would read more novels written by the author. Thank you, NetGalley for a free copy of the novel.
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