Sunday, January 1, 2017

Review of Mistletoe Cottage by Debbie Mason

Brief Summary 

Sophie DiRossi left Harmony Harbor with a broken heart and a secret that no one could ever find out about. However life does not always go as planned, so when Sophie and her daughter lose their home to a fire she is forced to return home. With her daughter in tow she sets out to build her life again with a new job at the local mansion and put the past behind her. 

Liam Gallagher, a local firefighter never thought he would see the girl from his past he once loved so long ago. So when Sophie Gallagher returns to town unexpected he makes it his mission to show her that he is the one for her. But will things end happily ever after like he plans when his and Sophie's secret are revealed? 

My Review:

I received a copy of this book from the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. This is the 5th book of Debbie Mason's that I have read and the 1st in her Harmony Harbor series. I think that Debbie did a great job in this book developing the characters of both Sophie and Liam but also other characters  and building a great back story to explain why their lives had turned out the way they did. As you read the story you learned more and more about Sophie's past and also Liam's and what led them to who they were today.

In addition to developing great characters Debbie also did a great job of setting the scene. Debbie really made you feel like you were in Harmony Harbor and part of the town. By having the story set in a small town of Harmony Harbor it helped add to the story because the small town feel made sense to the story. What I also enjoyed about this book was all the twists and turns in addition to the romance that she included in the story. The twists and turns added to the story because you never knew where the new twists and turns would lead and how she would end the book. As you read the book it was hard for you to put down because you want to find out the answers.

Can't wait to read more books in this series.

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