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Frequent Traveller (Cathy Dixon #1)

2.62 of 5 stars 2.62  ·  rating details  ·  88 ratings  ·  16 reviews
Catherine Dixon is everyone's dreamgirl. Girls want to be her. Men want to be with her. From her charming smile to her gentle voice, one always turns to take a second look at Cathy. Wherever she goes there isn't an ill-word spoken about her. Her job as Vice President of Communications at MoonStar, one of the world's top hotel chains is to make sure guests are happy to the ...more
Kindle Edition, 202 pages
Published November 13th 2011
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It was just one of those books that surprised the heck out of me. Somehow I was thinking that it would be another paranormal romance/urban fantasy, but it was contemporary fiction.
Despite awkward writing and grammar mistakes, this was a refreshing, relaxing and engaging book.

Cathy is a vice president of Communications in a five star hotel chain of MoonStar, so each chapter takes her all over the world dealing with different problems in each hotel be that kidnapping, murder, possibly haunted room
The beginning of each chapter reads like a young student's report slightly reworded from the encyclopedia. The end of each chapter has a little story unconnected to any other little story or to the setting. There is some vague, undeveloped, unresolved background tale about Cathy Dixon that does little to unify the book. Add to this the grammatical errors and typos and you may owner why I bothered to finish the book. Well, I'm a person who reads everything, including labels and directions. I kept ...more
The chapters were each short stories - some with endings, some with more questions at the end. The overall plot wasn't that great.

I will begin with that I found this book quite interesting and well written. The book read very smooth.

Pandora is a wonderful writer and kept the story moving.

We meet Cathy who is a VP for a classy hotel chain where she is a trouble shorter. We follower as she goes around the world to hotels for this chain trying to help fix problems that they have. We also find that she is a spy but not really who she is doing the spying for. At times she is given a secret envelope tell her what her next missio
Pandora always writes amazing stories. This book is no exception. I couldn't put it down, in fact,I've read it twice.
An adventurous travel book, featuring a hotel exec who doubles as a spy. Cathy Dixon. Adventure and intrigue at the same time.

Pandora is a fantastic writer. She has the ability to create a novel that reads quickly and easily. A group of short stories linked by a central character. I loved the travel aspect of this book. I briefly lived vicariously through Cathy Dixon. Pandora was
Corinne Rodrigues
Each chapter read like a different story with a common thread held together by the central character, Cathy. I liked the facts about the places she travels to at the start of each chapter. The information on the destinations and the details of the working of a hotel chain were well-researched.

While I did feel that some chapters ended slightly abruptly,
I must say that I read the book in one sitting because I wanted to know how it ended. Quite an unusual treatment to the whole story of a woman bo
Trudi Miles
Although interesting history and geography lessons, never really told much of a story. Only three or four chapters really delved into the main character and what made her who she was. I kept waiting and waiting for something to happen to explain her, and it finally came but was very disappointing. So much for "missions" as a brown envelope would be received and then no mention of what she had to do. Boring!
I skipped over the travel writing at the beginning of each chapter and enjoyed each vignette. I didn't feel like the underlying plot was very cohesive, even at the end. However, I enjoyed the stories enough that it didn't matter.

This book contains adult themes including rape and abuse.
It could have been sort of of interesting but the disconnected chapters made it hard to want to keep reading and the random plot development was a major turnoff.
each chapter is set in a different city in the world. i liked the geography facts but the story was weak w/ many holes.
Christie Pepper
Too many small stories into one story. As soon as you get into the story, it ended and moved to another.
Not fond of writing style. Gave 2 stars because I enjoyed a few of the short stories.
different, like a series of short stories that links briefly near the end
There is no real rhyme or reason for the chapters in this book.
Not what I expected. Easy, interesting read .... Fun
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Pandora Poikilos has been writing for more than 10 years for various media which include newspapers, radio, television and various websites.

A social media enthusiast who is passionate about blogging and finding her way around the virtual world, she wills away time in the real world by reading, writing and people watching.

If you had to describe yourself using three words, it would be
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