Book Review -Mistletoe And Magic For The Cornish Midwife By Jo Bartlett

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…

But for single mum and busy midwife Nadia, it’s quickly turning into her worst Christmas ever.

Her marriage is over, and whilst her husband has moved on, Nadia finds herself back home, squashed into her mum’s spare room with her two small children. They might not be a perfect family anymore, but Nadia is determined to make this Christmas special for them.

Dr Hamish Spencer totally understands Nadia’s pain. As a fellow single parent, he’s struggling to cope with a rebellious teen daughter and a precocious six-year-old! Perhaps if he and Nadia join forces, they could make this Christmas slightly more memorable for everyone?

The last thing Nadia wants is a new man in her life, but she’d definitely like lovely Hamish as a friend. But Christmas has a way of melting the hardest of hearts and maybe a kiss under the mistletoe could change everything?

Published Date : 27 October 2022

My Review

Nadia return to Port Agnes after her marriage broken and met Hamish, the village doctor. Both of them are single parent and their daughters are best friend. As they grow closer, Hamish’s eldest daughter, Saffron is creating issue for them. Frankie is Nadia’s mum and being recently divorced, she met Guy but her son Hari does not agreed to their relationship.

This book is about 2nd chance, women helping women, family and its close knit community. I love both Nadia and Frankie for their courage to start their life again after disappointing marriages and them being supportive of each other. Overall, it is an emotional read to me.

My Rating

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