Friday, April 8, 2016

Review: Nigel's Holiday by Tabitha Ormiston-Smith

Nigel's HolidayNigel's Holiday by Tabitha Ormiston-Smith
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Review by: multitaskingmomma
My Rating: 4 of 4 Stars (Based on Short&Light Read Category)

Nigel Hawthorne is kind of an egotistical guy whose writings are bestsellers. He's somewhere on a seminar and thinks he can do whatever he wants, enjoy his popularity, and cough up the words for another bestseller...or so he thought until nothing came to be.

One of the challenges for any author is to come up with a story so unique, so original, no one had ever thought of it. Putting thoughts to paper or Word document is another matter and Nigel finds himself doing everything else but write. Off he goes on a tour to Dracula's castle and he gets lost. His rescuer is no damsel, she's hot and sexy and young.

There's also the weird cat who seems to understand what Nigel is saying.

So what's there to do around in a castle where the butler is truly a hunchback and time gets suspended? Why, have a little bit of romance on the side is what!

This is a truly short read but it's imagery was vivid and the flow of the story was so fast and entertaining, I was sad to let it go. It was fun, weird and interesting enough that made me just want for more.

This is the first read I've had with author Tabitha Ormiston-Smith and definitely won't be the last.


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