Can’t Wait Wednesday: The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme to spotlight a future release that you’re excited about. It’s hosted by Wishful Endings and was previously hosted by Breaking the Spine.

This week’s anticipated book is:

The Wake-Up Call

I just received a copy of The Wake-Up Call, and after reading The No-Show last year (and loving it!), I’m so eager to read this one. Let’s check it out!

About the Book:

Title: The Wake-Up Call

Author: Beth O’Leary

Page Length: 368

Publication Date: Sept. 26, 2023

Publisher: Berkley

SynopsisTwo hotel receptionists–and arch-rivals–find a collection of old wedding rings and compete to return them to their owners, discovering their own love story along the way.

It’s the busiest season of the year, and Forest Manor Hotel is quite literally falling apart. So when Izzy and Lucas are given the same shift on the hotel’s front desk, they have no choice but to put their differences aside and see it through.

The hotel won’t stay afloat beyond Christmas without some sort of miracle. But when Izzy returns a guest’s lost wedding ring, the reward convinces management that this might be the way to fix everything. With four rings still sitting in the lost & found, the race is on for Izzy and Lucas to save their beloved hotel–and their jobs.

As their bitter rivalry turns into something much more complicated, Izzy and Lucas begin to wonder if there’s more at stake here than the hotel’s future. Can the two of them make it through the season with their hearts intact?

LINKS:   Goodreads   |    Amazon

Are you excited for The Wake-Up Call? What other books are you excited about? Comment below!

14 thoughts on “Can’t Wait Wednesday: The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary

  1. I am so looking forward to The Wake-Up Call! I requested an ARC but I rarely get approvd by Berkley so most likely I’ll be waiting until the pub date!

  2. I love Beth O’Leary’s books. I saw someone post about this upcoming book and am now anticipating it. I hope we both love it when we read it, Julie.

  3. I’ve never read any of Beth O’Leary’s books but this one sounds really good. Adding to my tbr!

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