Friday 28 October 2022

๐Ÿ“– Blog Tour ~ Mistletoe and Magic for the Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett


Boldwood Books
27 October 2022

My thanks to the publishers for my copy of this book
an to Rachel's Random Resources for the invitation to the blog tour

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?

๐Ÿ“– My review..

Those who are continuing with this Cornish Midwife series will be able to follow on directly from book five which left us wondering what was going to happen next for this lovely group of women... and for those of you who are new to the series...what took you so long!

Nadia has returned from New Zealand with her two children and is adjusting to her new life after her failed marriage. In the course of her work as a midwife, Nadia comes into contact with Dr. Hamish Spencer, himself a single parent, and from the outset the two of them just have a special connection but with a rebellious teenager on the scene and a whole heap of other problems, the course of true love is never going to run smoothly. However, as we have come to expect these stories are not all about hearts and flowers and whilst there is a lovely will they, won't they feel to the romance, there are also some serious elements and certainly one emotional story-line which tugs away at the heartstrings.

As always the story takes you right into the heart of the Port Agnes community and I especially love how the author pulls all the threads of the series together and whilst there is always a new central story we do find time to catch up with all the other characters who have featured in previous stories. Whilst there is a distinctly festive feel to Mistletoe and Magic for the Cornish Midwife, it's not so christmassy that you can't enjoy the story whatever the time of year. 

☕Best read with...a large pot of tea and Cornish shortbread biscuits

About the Author

Jo Bartlett is the bestselling author of over nineteen women’s fiction titles. She fits her writing in between her two day jobs as an educational consultant and university lecturer and lives with her family and three dogs on the Kent coast. Her first title for Boldwood is The Cornish Midwife – part of a twelve-book deal.

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