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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
It felt like Emily was jinxed! Owing to some issues, she left Australia to work in Canada as a tourism director. In Canada, she was set up by her boss, fired by her company, and had to return to Australia. She was also denied a job reference. Once again, Emily landed a job at a resort as the night manager, but on getting there, she was met with a rude shock. On top of that, Noah, the island handyman, caught her attention. Unfortunately, he was in a serious relationship with Lani, the subtle psycho lady who hated her. Emily also had to put up with a crazy boss, and her job wasn’t guaranteed. How will she deal with the chaos that seems to be her life? Welcome to Coco Bay by Kirsty McManus has all the juicy details.
Welcome to Coco Bay by Kirsty McManus is a book I loved! The cover gave off a soothing, laid-back tropical island vibe. I could stare at it forever. I loved that each chapter was dedicated to a narrator, helping me comprehend the story. The story was about Emily, but Lani and Noah had my attention with their relationship dynamics. We’re often so carried away by relationship security that we become blind to red flags. When we don’t share the same passion, are insecure, or have to walk on eggshells around our partners, then there’s a problem. Kirsty shed light on this issue in an entertaining fashion. I also enjoyed the conversational writing style and seamless continuity. This is only the first installment in this series. I can’t wait to read the rest.