Review: The Next Always by Nora Roberts
I really loved the whole idea of each room at the inn being themed. The book didn't get that much into it, but each room is themed after a couple in a book - they have a Elizabeth and Darcy room, Eve and Roarke (loved that!) and several others I didn't know. There wasn't really all that much about the Inn in this book, some since Beckett is fixing it up with his brothers, but not as much as I expected.
I didn't expect the drama to be what it was - no real relationship drama, but there is a guy that has a thing for Clare and she's too nice to tell him to fuck off (he's really pushy about it). There's also a ghost, which I didn't expect. The ghost ends up playing a big part in this one. No one really sees her, but the end drama has her saving one of them (or telling the others that one is in trouble). It reminded me a little of Heather Graham's Krewe of Hunters series, although that's really the only thing similar (ghosts helping out).