Editorial Review: Hotel Hearts: A Beginner’s Journey into Romance and Passion by Cameron Francis Helm | Inkish Kingdoms

Cory Bex is your typical good boy that thinks he deserves the world. A perfect man, an excellent worker, and a catch! Recently graduated from school, Cory moved to England from Scotland after landing a position as an assistant manager at the Stokes Bay Hotel. Here, he will discover many things he didn’t know about himself, starting with where he stands regarding his romantic and professional life. This new stage in his life will be accompanied by romantic drama, an obvious nemesis, and inner struggles. 

Not everybody can write a novel, so we give credit when credit is due! We understand the commitment required to craft a story and its characters. Devoting time to sit and write intricate stories, develop different characters, and keep a timeline needs to be acknowledged and applauded. Cameron F. Helm had an idea and put the effort to bring it to life, and we praise him for this. With an imaginative story, reiterating on the events, we understood the author made an effort to bring a stable tale. All of this by picturing his idea of how a romance should look like.

Without much effort, the reader can follow the story from beginning to end to the point of “finishing every event about to happen”. The discovery of Cory’s character comes later in the novel by showing some of the regular red flags seen in the “good boy” stereotype like the controlling behavior, all seen in our day-to-day lives. Regardless, with many efforts, Cory is constantly boosted as the perfect man, worker, and boyfriend that every hot girl would be blessed to have, and everything is forgiven since, with his inexperience, he turns out to be the corrector of the unladylike behaviors that his romantic partner showed at the beginning of the story. 

In general, Hotel Heart’s: A Beginner’s Journey into Romance and Passion is a “simple love story” of a man with little experience who, without any struggles or efforts, gets the experienced and beautiful girl without much of a sweat, just with his natural charm. In these many pages, Cameron portrays an idyllic romantic line for those who enjoy easy romance and light, yet explicit, spice; all of this with a way to make you believe you also have met Cory and Becky before.

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