Book Review: The Mariposa Hotel (A Tangerine Street Romance)

Mariposa HotelTitle: The Mariposa Hotel

Authors: Julie Wright, Melanie Jacobson, and Heather B. Moore

Series: A Tangerine Street Romance

Publisher: Mirror Press

Release Date: November 9, 2015

Book Summary:

Tangerine Street is a must-see tourist stop with a colorful mix of one-of-a-kind boutiques, unique restaurants, eclectic museums, quaint bookstores, and exclusive bed-and-breakfasts. The Mariposa Hotel, a new resort, has revitalized Seashell Beach, bringing new life to the sleepy beach town. In the charming gardens of the hotel sits a three-hundred-year-old wishing well transported from Mexico. One toss of the coin, a sincere wish, and lives are changed forever…
These stories dealt a lot with mistaken assumptions about other people. I really liked the stories, but some of the relationships seemed to happen really fast. Also, I felt like the first story should have been last because it takes place chronologically after the other two. I enjoyed reading these stories. I do like how the characters in the stories, and in the series, intertwine. I liked the story that went along with the butterfly well.
Ghost of 913: This was my favorite of the stories. It was not what I had expected, but instead much better. It was hard to put it down. This story had ups and downs in it. I really liked the characters, especially the main characters Mari and Grant.
Content: Clean
Rating: 5 stars
Butterfly Kisses: I liked this story. It had good characters, but I did not feel like I could relate with the characters as much as usual. I liked how things worked out in the end. I would have preferred a little less content.
Content: Clean – passionate kissing, innuendo
Rating: 4 stars
Dreams Come True: This story seemed to have less conflict than the others, which isn’t necessarily bad, it just made the story seem to end quicker. Once again, I liked the characters.
Content: Clean – passionate kissing
Rating: 4 stars
Rating: 4 stars – Great Book
Content: Clean – some passionate kissing and innuendo
Source: Review Copy
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  1. Think I can pass on this one…sounds as if there’s not enough going on…thank you for the review!