Blog Tour, Christmas Miracles at the Little Log Cabin by Helen J. Rolfe @rararesources @HJRolfe

Christmas Miracles at the Little Log Cabin

Today I am thrilled to be part of the Blog Tour for Christmas Miracles at the Little Log Cabin by Helen J Rolfe. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources, the author and publisher for a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly.

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Christmas Miracles at the Little Log Cabin

Do you believe in Christmas Miracles?

Holly is looking for a change and even though not everyone agrees with her career choices, she’s determined there’s more to this life than the long hours she works as an editor in New York City. What she doesn’t expect is to meet Mitch, a recluse who’s hiding more than she realises.

Mitch does all he can to avoid human contact, spending his days in the little log cabin out in the woods behind Inglenook Falls where he owns a Christmas tree farm, so when Holly falls into his life, he’s not sure how to react. All he knows is that something needs to change if he ever wants to get his life back on track.

Along with friends Cleo and Darcy, Holly is determined to bring joy back to Mitch’s life, but will he appreciate their interference? And when a business proposition throws everything up in the air, will it do more harm than good and ruin lives forever?

Both Holly and Mitch must learn that on the surface people aren’t always what they seem…but if you dig a little deeper, they can take you by surprise.

Curl up this Christmas for plenty of snowflakes, roaring log fires, a marriage proposal, unlikely friendships and second chances as we return to the much-loved characters in the New York Ever After series.

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Purchase Link here

My Review

Christmas Miracles at the Little Log Cabin is a sweet and charming read, the chapters are split between the lives of main characters Holly and Mitch.

Holly literally stumbles across Mitch, an awkward and introverted character, who makes her feel on edge. However, when she finds out why he has made himself a recluse at the little log cabin in the woods, she sets out to make a change.

I found Mitch’s character the most interesting. He is a man who has been through hard times, who keeps away from people as much as he can, and has an unkempt appearance. People in the tiny town of Inglenook Falls cross over the road rather than speak to him. It’s not until Holly and her friends decide to try to integrate Mitch back into the community that his true personality shines through.

It’s a book about reaching out to someone who doesn’t fit in, seeing past a gruff personality and unruly beard, and showing kindness to others.

This is the fourth in a series and the second I have read. It was nice to have the old familiar characters back at Inglenook Falls, as well as some interesting new ones. This does, however, work fine as a standalone novel.

There are acres of Christmas trees, a snowman, and tonnes of festive cheer in this beautifully heartwarming story.

My review of Christmas at the Little Knitting Box can be found here 

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Author Bio – Helen J Rolfe writes contemporary women’s fiction and enjoys weaving stories about family, friendship, secrets, and community. Characters often face challenges and must fight to overcome them, but above all, Helen’s stories always have a happy ending.

Location is a big part of the adventure in Helen’s books and she enjoys setting stories in different cities and countries around the world. So far, locations have included Melbourne, Sydney, New York, Connecticut, Bath and the Cotswolds.

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www.helenjrolfe.com

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