Monday, 18 June 2018

The Heat is On (Mercury Travel Club, #2)

The Heat is On- Helen Bridgett - Humour.
Mercury Travel has successfully been selling holidays for many years ran by Charlie,
Patty and Angie. Holidays not for the masses but for discerning clients wanting that
something a little bit different. When Charlie visit a resort and see the uniqueness
of it  and a business opportunity presents itself, it appears that Mercury could have
a buy in to an extended part of their business. The trouble is that a rival has opened
his doors across the road and is being rather underhand about how he is getting
his business. Mercury believes that there is enough trade for all of them but when
their ideas are poached things get a little tricky, Add to this  a new relationship
and a house move and Angie rather has her hands full. This is the sequel to the
Mercury club (but would stand alone). This would be a wonderful holiday book
whether at home or away. A nice easy read with a good story line and larger
than life characters. An uplifting read to make you smile.
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'And have you booked in your vejazzler?'
'My what?'
'You can't roll up with your grey wire wool when he's expecting rhinestone!'

Angie Shepherd is back and this time she means business!

Life is perfect for Angie Shepherd. Her dreams of becoming an entrepreneur have come true, business is booming, and her best friend Patty is back in town. So when the opportunity of investing in a luxury hotel comes up, it seems like a no-brainer. It's all going swimmingly until a rival travel agency opens up across the street. Before long, The Mercury Travel Club is undercut, double-crossed and in deep trouble. It's time for Angie to up the stakes. But with costs mounting up, sales going down, and her personal life suddenly in freefall, can Angie and her friends weather the storm?

Witty and charming in equal measure, this feel-good novel shows that when the going gets tough, the tough definitely get going.

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