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Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor

Summary:


All her life, Jani has dreamed of Elsewhere. Just barely scraping by with her job at a tannery, she’s resigned to a dreary life in the port town of Durc, caring for her younger sister Zosa. That is, until the Hotel Magnifique comes to town.

The hotel is legendary not only for its whimsical enchantments, but also for its ability to travel—appearing in a different destination every morning. While Jani and Zosa can’t afford the exorbitant costs of a guest’s stay, they can interview to join the staff, and are soon whisked away on the greatest adventure of their lives. But once inside, Jani quickly discovers their contracts are unbreakable and that beneath the marvelous glamour, the hotel is hiding dangerous secrets.

With the vexingly handsome doorman Bel as her only ally, Jani embarks on a mission to unravel the mystery of the magic at the heart of the hotel and free Zosa—and the other staff—from the cruelty of the ruthless maître d’hôtel. To succeed, she’ll have to risk everything she loves, but failure would mean a fate far worse than never returning home.

My Review:

Welcome to Hotel Magnifique. A magical hotel where all your dreams come true at a price.

Jani is ready to start a new life with her sister. When an ad pops up to work at Hotel Magnifique, she takes it. Along with her sister she is dragged into this dangerous world. What secerts lives a head for the sisters?

Hotel Magnifique was such magical book. It was fast pace and hard to put down. I love the storyline and the characters in it. Jani and Bel interaction with each other was fun at times. The cover is so pretty to look at. I enjoyed the idea of a magic hotel with dark secrets. It was something different than I normally read. This prefect for all fantasy lovers out there and Caraval by Stephanie Garber fans also.

Are you ready to take the key and unlock Hotel Magnifique?

Happy Reading!!!!!!

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