The Hotel Nantucket

by Elin Hilderbrand
Elin Hilderbrand once again transports you to the Beautiful island of Nantucket to a luxury hotel. The ensemble cast of characters is delightful and it would make an excellent Book Club book! The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hilderbrand
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Discussion Questions

1. "Hotel Nantucket" is set on the beautiful island of Nantucket. How important is the setting to the overall story? How does it contribute to the atmosphere and themes of the book?

2. The novel revolves around the concept of second chances and new beginnings. Which characters experience significant personal growth throughout the story? How do their journeys impact the overall narrative?

3. One of the central conflicts in the book involves the potential sale of the hotel. How did this decision affect the characters' interactions and relationships?

4. "Hotel Nantucket" delves into complex relationships and the impact of secrets and betrayals. Discuss some of the key relationships in the book and how they evolved over time.

5. The hotel industry is a central theme in the book. How did the author portray the business side of running a hotel? Did you find it realistic, and did it enhance your understanding of the characters' lives and struggles?

6. The story is told from multiple perspectives, including those of different family members and employees at the hotel. How did the shifting viewpoints contribute to your understanding of the story? Did it deepen your connection with any particular character?

7. Romance and relationships are prominent elements in "Hotel Nantucket." How did you feel about the various romantic storylines in the book? Were there any that you found particularly engaging or surprising?

8. Throughout the novel, Elin Hilderbrand explores themes of personal growth and self-discovery. Which character underwent the most significant transformation, and how did their journey impact the plot?

9. The book explores themes of family loyalty, secrets, and the weight of responsibility. How did these themes resonate with you? Did they prompt you to reflect on your values and experiences?

10. Nantucket is known for its sense of community. How did the author depict the island's community and the interactions between its residents? Did the portrayal feel authentic and add to your enjoyment of the story?
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