Narrated By: Amy McAllister
Duration: 10 hours and 41 minutes
What to expect
‘Brilliantly funny stuff’ SUN
‘Welcome to the Hope Street Hotel – where you check in married, and check out single.’
Two years ago Chloe Townsend was dumped at the altar and had to leave behind everything that mattered to her. Even now she’s finding it hard to move forward. That is until she lands an incredible job, running a brand new boutique hotel. Suddenly she’s starting to put her life back together, and, apart from the fact that her hard-to-please new boss is breathing down her neck, things are looking good.
But what goes on in the Hope Street Hotel is a far cry from anything she’s ever dealt with before. This is a pioneering ‘divorce hotel’ designed to make every aspect of breaking up efficient and pain-free. In one single weekend, Chloe’s team promises to take care of everything – legal, technical, emotional – and guests check out carefree and single.
No one is better qualified than Chloe to understand what couples need when their relationship is at breaking point, but she soon finds herself having to tackle the heartbreak she’s tried to bury. In particular three couples need her help – Jo and Dave, Lucy and Andrew, and Kirk and Dawn – and the opening weekend is full of revelation, trouble, memories happy and sad, facts that need facing, and some very big surprises.
It’s time to move on. And it soon becomes clear that some endings are, in fact, very exciting new beginnings …
Modern & contemporary fiction
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Praise for the novels of Claudia Carroll
‘Full of warmth and humour and emotion, this is a wonderfully written, unconventional love story … I adored it … I guarantee you’ll love it!’ MELISSA HILL
‘Original, poignant and funny … [full of] wit and humour’ SHEILA O’FLANAGAN
‘A brilliant writer who’s really great at making us care for her characters’ READER REVIEW
‘It bubbles and sparkles like pink champagne … hugely entertaining’ PATRICIA SCANLAN
‘An emotional roller-coaster … asks some probing questions about relationships and keeps the reader wondering until the very end’ IRISH INDEPENDENT
‘A heroine you just want fate to smile on’ HEAT