- Series: The Thurston Hotel Series (Book 2)
- Paperback: 292 pages
- Publisher: Tartitude Publishing; 1 edition (November 11, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0995301212
- ISBN-13: 978-0995301214
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.7 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 22 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,667,473 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Opposite of Frozen (The Thurston Hotel Series) (Volume 2) Paperback – November 11, 2016
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"What an entertaining, funny, sad, adorable romp Opposite of Frozen turned out to be. Since this is Jan O'Hara's debut book, just sign me up for whatever comes next from her talented mind." --RomanceIsAgeless.com
"You'll pick it up for the reluctant romance brewing between former baseball superstar turned tour guide Oliver Pike and commitment-averse wanderer Page Maddux: You'll keep reading for the intergenerational shenanigans..." --Liz Michalski, author of Evenfall
"...a witty, delightful story about love and hope across the ages. I look forward to whatever Jan O'Hara writes next." --Therese Walsh, author of The Last Will of Moira Leahy
"...an emotional, fun-filled escapade with memorable characters. ...Opposite of Frozen will have readers clamoring to read more of this author's work." --RT Review Source
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"...a fun romp through the snowy mountains that keeps you chuckling as it tugs on your heart strings."
"...sparks fly in this refreshing, heart-warming tale of two opposites who can't resist butting heads."
"The quick pace, intriguing story-lines and memorable characters held me captive to the end... I could not put this book down."
"I loved these people -- all of them."
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Retired pro-athlete Oliver Pikes has a lot of demons in his life and the past keeps coming up. And one of those happen to be helping his ill brother with his business of tours. The one tour that he got suckered into is for fifty-one seniors in which their tour bus gets a little detoured and stuck in a small mountain town in the middle of nowhere. To make matters worse he has to deal with a stowaway. A approaching snow storm and disappearing seniors, who won't stay at the hotel long enough to be found and be accounted for. He needs help but no one's coming from his brother company. And his problems seem to just keep piling up.
Will he find out who the mysterious woman is? Will they find the missing seniors? And better yet will they ever get out of the mountain town?
This romantic comedy/drama/mystery/adventure was more than a fun romp. The author's wicked sense of humor elevated an already interesting premise and plot to a new entertainment level. None of the characters seem relegated to one-dimensional status; "oldsters" and their younger chaperones all vied for attention and were equally captivating. In every way, a great read. I look forward to more from this author.
In this case, the couple is stranded in the Thurston due to a snowstorm and they are accompanied by a group of oldsters that add humour to the mix.
The Opposite of Frozen is A Thurston Hotel Novel Book Two. Even though this is book 2 in a 12 book series is it is a standalone book. I questioned reading the second one knowing that I didn’t read the first one. However, It was easy to follow.
I loved the note to readers as it gave some insight as to the background of the book and how she came to write it.
I always love reading Dedications in books and this one was no exception.
So many things I enjoyed about this book. The fact that it was set in Edmonton, CA was unique as many books I have read are not placed in that setting. I loved that the characters in this book were mostly of the elderly population. That made for many comical moments in the book.
The oldsters made you think about being just like that when you are there age. I laughed and got a little weepy but this book was just so worth the read.
The author did a good job with her portion of the series. Kudos Miss O'Hara. I will probably need to look out for other books written by you.
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