ratings · Published: Jan 13th, 2019
The Comfort Hill Hotel was a unique, twenty-room hotel with three floors of contemporary design and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. It was the kind of place where guests felt appreciated, where staff had the best intentions and George Maxwell was the night auditor. George considered himself more than a night auditor. He cared about the guests. He considered himself a secret Concierge because the hotel only employed a Night Auditor. He prided himself in services that went above and beyond the everyday duties as the night auditor. But something changed at the hotel. Guests complained of stolen property from their rooms. The manager suspected everyone, and even George’s job was on the line. He knew that standing up to management could cost him his job. But George only had good intentions and the guests whom he considered friends. When the newest long-term guest arrived, George immediately felt there was something more about this man than what was on the surface. He knew it was forbidden to have a romantic interest with one of the guests, but something unstoppable made George realize sometimes it was better to follow his heart than worry about breaking the rules.