Into Happy Havens

Boss Walther’s 4 Golden Rules for his managers.

1.’The time to resign is when the job is done.’

2 ‘Never make a promise you don’t intend to keep.’

3 ‘Never make a threat you don’t intend to carry out.’

4 ‘ Never start something you don’t intend to finish.

Into Happy Havens/http://Smarturl.it/ihh

An amusing and instructive novel about the management of luxury hotels worldwide by an author with 30 years experience.

amazon.com/dp/B00KIVZGM8 

Review by Emily- A wonderfully satirical and deliciously British comedic take on the life of a bumbling hotelier.

Review by Rosie -I found this book to be a most enjoyable light-hearted read with a lot of fun and gaffs along the way.

Review June 215.- A wonderfully satirical and deliciously British comedic take on the life of a bumbling hotelier. One that hits the mark so much it could only have been written by one who has lived through or witnessed some of the experiences themselves. The reader has a fly-on-the-wall point of view of Martin Hammond, our luckless hotelier. His highs and lows, especially lows, but then the possibility of him finding love from an American tour guide staying at the hotel. This is a real success of transatlantic comedy and entertainment.

Into Happy Havens was a real joy to read. Easy-going and very funny and I found it to be the perfect way to unwind at the end of the day when anything too heavy just won’t do. The hapless hotel manager, Martin Hammond, has no luck at all, and the vicarious experience of his endeavors is very funny, often to the point of laughing out loud. The writing is just light enough to allow the characters to come to the forefront and drive the novel along, which is exactly what you want with a book of this type rather than get bogged down in unnecessarily complicated language. I loved it.
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